Karan Cholia (centre) performs a dance number in My Indian Boyfriend (category: IIB, Cantonese), directed by Sri Kishore and co-starring Shirley Chan.
Karan Cholia (centre) performs a dance number in My Indian Boyfriend (category: IIB, Cantonese), directed by Sri Kishore and co-starring Shirley Chan.

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My Indian Boyfriend movie review: Hong Kong cross-cultural romance offers ironic comedy as a portrait of social awkwardness

  • With storytelling at times so corny and ridiculous, My Indian Boyfriend verges on the ‘it’s so bad it’s good’ movie category
  • But for all its screenwriting flaws, it does mildly entertain if you’re in the mood for a melodrama with some uncomfortable humour

Karan Cholia (centre) performs a dance number in My Indian Boyfriend (category: IIB, Cantonese), directed by Sri Kishore and co-starring Shirley Chan.
Karan Cholia (centre) performs a dance number in My Indian Boyfriend (category: IIB, Cantonese), directed by Sri Kishore and co-starring Shirley Chan.
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