PRESS & REVIEWS
NYC SAFF 2021
"Shah is a fantastically natural force of engaging and fully entertaining jocularity from start to finish, even flexing the dramatic muscles for a quick spell, in his role as Tejas, a “brown man” actor in Hollywood simply craving an opportunity to show the film industry what he’s got to offer, but consistently gets stymied by profusely prolific numbers of those who refuse to look beyond the color and typecasts he represents to them. Through thick and thin, restaurants to bedrooms and beyond, Tejas maintains he WILL find the means to make it, and watching now Shah guides his character through this mess is so deliciously hysterical to watch, his comic timing just ideally suited for the film’s stylistic intent." - One Film Fan
Short Film Review of "Invisible Brown Man"
Invisible brown man becomes a viral sensation on tiktok.
In a serendipitous turn of events, "Invisible Brown Man" becomes a viral sensation on TikTok, attracting more than 5.7 million views (and counting), 804,000 likes, and hundreds and thousands of shares within the popular social media network. The video continues to spark conversation and dialogue in a light-hearted way within the South Asian community regarding the short film's theme regarding tokenism. In Sunil Narkar's hilarious scene-stealing "fingering" sequence, he grabs the attention of millions of viewers heightening anticipation and watchability to "Invisible Brown Man". Watch the buzz is about HERE on TikTok.