A grandfather who tried groom for his granddaughter Maya who return from Mumbai but he does not know that she is already married to photographer Jayadevan and having daughter and Jayadevan tried saved her from an underworld don.
A slice of bi-cultural life in New Zealand - Hindu and Kiwi served up in the wine country environment of Hawke's Bay. The story revolves around the various cultural differences and serious matters of those differences being exposed and examined, mostly with a sense of humour. The Kiwis are introduced to various Hindu social conventions such as `mother in law rules' and the visiting Hindus are introduced to outspoken children, all while the Kiwi wife is about to have it out with the arrogant Hindu mother-in-law.
In the first documentary released by Dr. Gupta he focuses on the story of the Figi family and their daughter Charlotte. When Charlotte was only 3 months old she went into a violent seizure lasting around half an hour. Charlottes parents rushed her to the hospital where a full work up revealed nothing about her condition and within only a week she began to seize on a regular basis up to two hours at a time. Charlotte had been diagnosed with Dravet Syndrome, a rare form of epilepsy. When she turned 2 Charlotte had begun to seize hundreds of times in a single week and her cognitive function was rapidly declining. Charlotte finally found a treatment in the form of a special breed of marijuana plant that was low in THC while high in CBD. This has completely changed the Figi family’s life and Charlotte suffers from only one or two seizures every week or two which are much less severe than those she experienced prior to treatment.
Trevor Noah is back to perform in the biggest comedy show in South African history, in one of Johannesburg's most iconic live performance venues. He returns to where it all started, with all-new material, in his first new South African show since he became host of the today show. His biggest stage. His biggest audience. Your biggest laughs.