American Daylight after Karnataka fued is over

| 07 December 2004 22:59 IST

The happenings in Karnataka will decide the nationwide release of American Daylight, the new production of the Kaleidoscope Entertainment Pvt Ltd.

Producer Bobby Bedi today clarified that he would release the film only after the issue related to moratorium on release of non-Kannada films gets resolved in Karnataka.

``Because I feel Bangalore has important audience for my film”, he told media persons here during International Film Festival of India (IFFI). He opined that the number BPOs in Bangalore would really help his film evoke better response in this metropolitan city.

The film is based on a girl working in a call centre. Before the film was shot, Koel Purie, the film heroin actually worked in call centre to get the feel.

Producer Mr Bedi buoyed by the response his film received during the ongoing IFFI, feels that it would click amongst the call centre professionals and common people alike.

Bangalore appears to be important for him since India’s silicon valley has many call centres in the city.

American daylight is a love story set in two continents. Sujata works in a call centre in the suburbs of Delhi. Lawrence is a rich American boy, whose bank accounts and credit cards are handled by the call centre. American Daylight is a thriller through which emerges a love story.

From her little experience working at the call centre, of Koel claimed that some professionals in call centre develop relations with their clients over a phone.

The makers of the film contends that whatever shown in the film is not out of world. ``There are credit card frauds happening. It’s not unusual”, said Bedi.

To another question Bedi said that depicting a fraud in Indian call centre would in no way affect BPO outsourcing business.

``My belief is that you have to be transparent and honest about everything, including your fault, said Bedi, a producer of Bandit Queen film.

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