Have you ever heard of any NRI who:
- Hasn’t washed dishes and vacuumed carpets
- Hasn’t missed any of his friends’/ family members’ wedding in India
- Doesn’t watch Indian movies, no matter how long he has been outside India
- Hasn’t been to a striptease
- Doesn’t indulge in Indian food whenever he visits India on a vacation
- Do you know any Indian who:
- Hasn’t thought of moving out of India for a better, safer life
- Isn’t fed up of the scams, traffic jams, filth, noise, crowd and crime that are part of everyday life
- Isn’t tired of attending endless weddings, festivals, birthdays, farewells, parties, lunches and dinners that happen almost every second day in India
- Has never envied (secretly or openly) his friend / family member living outside India
- Hasn’t wondered what makes NRIs return to India
- Welcome to the world of Kabir – newly married and newly arrived in Sydney, hoping to live the glamorous and sophisticated life he has always dreamt of. After all, a life without frantic competition, traffic jams, queues, dirt, corruption and social obligations (read evils) can be refreshingly convenient. Professional success, new friends, a sincere boss… everything seems to be going just fine. But doesn’t this sound too good to be true?
Coming straight from the horse’s mouth, Complete/Convenient is a roller coaster ride through emotions and experiences – as they really are and as you imagine them to be.