Urbanworld 2016 Preview: Tanuj Chopra’s Chee and T

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Urbanworld 2016 Preview: Tanuj Chopra’s Chee and T
Posted by Wilson Morales

September 22, 2016

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Playing at the 2016 Urbanworld Film Festival in the U.S. Narrative Features section is Chee and T, directed by Tanuj Chopra from a script he co-wrote with Chee Malabar.

The cast includes Dominic Rains, Sunkrish Bala, Asif Ali, Noureen DeWulf, Rebecca Hazlewood, Bernard White, Karan Soni, Himanshu Suri, and Scott Rogers. Produced by Sohini Sengupta, the cinematography was done by Smokey Nelson.

Chee and T are friends, colleagues and maybe the last two guys in Silicon Valley who have nothing to do with technology. They work for Chee’s opportunistic Uncle Rob, and their daily routine of kicking in doors, chasing down debtors and chain smoking is interrupted when they are tasked with getting Uncle Rob’s nephew—a hyperactive fast talker with a fondness for pills—presentable in time for his engagement party at the end of the day. This, of course, proves easier said than done when both expected and completely unforeseen hijinks ensue, and the guys find their loyalty and friendship put to the test.


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