First Indian American reality show to launch in March
Indian Americans are making their way into reality TV stardom in March.
Bravo TV announced today that it is launching the first U.S. docuseries featuring an all-Indian American cast. “Family Karma” follows the lives of seven Indian American friends in Miami, who grew up together in the same immigrant community, and the show will include depictions of their families’ expectations and cultural traditions. Family Karma follows the inner circle of Anisha Ramakrishna, Vishal Parvani, Amrit Kapai, Brian Benni, Monica Vaswani, Bali Chainani, and Shaan Patel, as well as their close-knit families.
“Our parents basically founded this community,” Vishal Parvani said in the trailer. “They had arranged marriages — we had arranged friendships.”
“Family Karma” will premiere March 8. Bravo is owned by NBCUniversal, the parent company of NBC News.