Finding Preet Trailer

Finding Preet Trailer (2006)

"Love may not fit all your criteria..." 19 December 2006 95 mins

Thirty-four divorced and INDIAN! Priti is a 34 year old Indian American physician and restaurant owner searching for preet (a hindi word for love). Her traditional Indian parents find her numerous potential husbands from "Indian Internet Matrimonial" sites and her over zealous girlfriends persuade her to join a ten thousand dollar dating service. She goes to extremes to find love when it just may be where she least expects it... Finding Preet is a romantic comedy based on the experiences of writer, Priti Chowdhury.

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Cast

Frank Zieger

as Chef Robert

Vidya Challapalli

as Dimple, VJ for Bollywood Insider

Bob Farster

as Nick "Biker"

Bryan Lukasik

as Scotty

Megan Pitsios

as Waitress

Sudarshan Sabharwal

as Grandmother

Alex Skuby

as Jake

International Releases Dates

United States 19 December 2006

Production Companies

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