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Kings of Mulberry
Once in a lifetime comes a story of true greatness, such as the epic tale of Baboo and his best friend Ticky.

Released Fri 28 Jun, 2019
Distributor:Indigenous Film DistributionIndigenous Film Distribution
Running time:90 (1h30')
Age restriction:13 L V

A heroic comedy about growing up and getting even.

It’s the early 80s, and two young Indian boys who have to find a way to overcome their differences and unite in order to defeat the bullying crime lord who’s threatening their families.

Feisty Ticky Chetty is a skinny kid who enjoys the outdoors, is creative and energetic, and has tons of street smarts. He lives in a Bollywood dream world, where he’s an unbeatable action hero, and rooftops are his kingdom. He’s looking for a partner in crime and sees a trainee in Baboo—chubby, bookish Baboo is equally imaginative and spirited!

Together, these two nine-year-old misfits decide to rid their community of the evil gangster, Raja, and soon discover that they have lots to learn from each other.

Genre: Comedy, Adventure
Cast: Aaqil Hoosen, Shaan Nathoo, Neville Pillay, Rizelle Januk, Thiru Naidoo, Amith Sing, Kogie Naidoo, Keshan Chetty, Hamish Kyd, Kimberly Arthur, Chris Forrest
Directed by: Judy Naidoo
Screenplay: Judy Naidoo
Music: Brendan Jury
Produced by: Bianca Isaac, Judy Naidoo
Language: English
Country / Year: South Africa,  2019

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In the late ‘80s, in Sugarhill District, two young KZN boys must find a way to overcome their differences and unite to defeat the bullying local crime lord who’s threatening their families.

A marvellous adventure, with universal themes that will appeal to the whole family, the film also pays tribute to classic Bollywood movies and their heroes.

The film brings together the rich and colourful world of the Indian community in the 80s as well as Bollywood cinema and songs from that era, in a tale that peers into the past through the prism of the present.