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The Base Line
Winning the fight could mean dropping the war
Los Angeles Oriental Hawaiian Movie Festival
Tiya Sircar, Hannah Simone, Kosha Patel, Meera Simhan, Kunal Sharma
Production companies: Mr. Sneakers and Woman Megs, Simhan and Kapoor
Cast: Tiya Sircar, Hannah Simone, Kosha Patel, Kunal Sharma, Meera Simhan, Bernard White-colored, Satya Bhabha
Director: Ravi Kapoor
Screenwriters: Meera Simhan, Ravi Kapoor
Producers: Megha Kadakia, Saurabh Kikani
Executive producers: Simi Singh Junega, Megha Kadakia. Ravi Kapoor, Saurabh Kikani, Nimish Patel, Meera Simhan Hannah Simone
Director of photography: Mike Caudillo
Production designer: Anthony Stabley
Editor: Varun Viswanath
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