Florida, July 20: Dream Merchants Entertainment LLC, formed by malayalees, announced the production of their first English feature film, The Kamasutra Garden.
The 140-minute feature film is based on the acclaimed novel The Kamasutra Garden by Riju R. Sam.
The film takes viewers on a journey to a brothel in Nevada where the women are trained in the Kamasutra techniques.
A successful business man, Steve Banks, an exotic madam, Sheila, and a scandalous sex guru, Swami Kamalesh team up to start an elite brothel called The Kamasutra Garden, tucked away in a remote desert town in Nevada.
At Steve’s request, an award winning documentary filmmaker William visits The Kamasutra Garden to prepare a documentary about the brothel and about the women who work there.
Before his visit to the The Kamasutra Garden, William had never been to a brothel and he is taken up with the beautiful young women but soon discovers the complex lives and secrets of the women who work there.
“The film will attract people’s attention and take them into a fantasy world that is every man’s dream,” said co-producer Blesson Mannil.
Other upcoming projects by Dream Merchants The Hollywood Blvd and The Forbidden Fruits.
The film is produced by Dr. A.V Anoop – industrialist, social worker and producer based in Chennai, India. One time actor, Dr Anoop was the recipient of the 2008 Rajat Kamal 56th National Awards from the President of India.
Co-producer Blesson Mannil is a software engineer based in Florida.
The film is scripted and directed by Riju R. Sam.
More at www.thekamasutragarden.com
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