If you like documentaries or a glimpse at the dating scene in the Indian-American community, you cannot go wrong with this.
Indian men are intelligent, decent and caring, loyal and tolerant and are usually not afraid to express emotions, in comparison to many Western men.
The major religion is Hindu, followed by Islam and others.Eventually Ravi decides to try the matchmaking skills of his parents (who themselves married in an arranged wedding). To tell you more would spoil your viewing experience, you'll just have to see for yourself how it all plays out.Couple of comments: this movie is a labor of love for Ravi and his sister Geeta Patel, who co-directed.Dating is a new concept for the Indian cultural scene as many marriages are still arranged by the parents in this hierarchical society.Family (usually extended) is the core value for them - it is said that if you’re in a relationship with an Indian man you’re likely to be in a relationship with his family too."Meet the Patels" (2014 release; 88 min.) brings the story of Ravi Patel (TV actor best known for his work in Past Lives , and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia) and his quest for the perfect mate.