USA, 201, R: Andrei Severny, Dokumentarfilm/Biopic mit Vikas Khanna, 72 Min, English
anschließend Q&A mit dem Regisseur
Deutschlandpremiere am SA 13.07. um 20:00 Uhr Do not miss: IndoGerman Filmweek: The Last Color + Live-Kochshow mit STAR-CHEF Vikas Khanna (Sun 14.7. at 4 p.m.)
Dokumentarfilm Buried Seeds, a film by Andrei Severny, is a timeless story of human passion, willpower, and resolve in the face of adversity.
The film follows Michelin Star Chef Vikas Khanna's on his journey as an immigrant. Born with clubbed feet in Amritsar, Vikas is bullied by his classmates. Khanna takes refuge in his grandmothers kitchen and discovers his passion for the vivid traditions of Indian cuisine. At the age of 29, Vikas moves to New York with nothing in his pocket and ends up in a homeless shelter. Through years of struggle and hard work Vikas opens his first Indian restaurant in Manhattan. Over time Vikas Khanna grows to become one of the most influential chefs in the world and a cultural ambassador of his nation. While wealth and glory may be transient, what truly defines him is the will to create himself every single day.