An strange but utterly enthralling documentary about a group of private detectives in India who, on top of trying to solve a gruesome triple homicide, are also involved in tracking down counterfeit products on behalf of corporations, and spend their free time as an amateur dance troupe. Wonderfully idiosyncratic and entertaining, the film is set to be turned into a narrative film by director Stephen Frears.
Kolkata simmers with 15 million people and thousands of unsolved crimes. In this sprawling city, Rajesh Ji's Always Detective Agency is called upon to smash commercial counterfeit rings, expose adulterous affairs and solve murders. Screened at Seattle's SIFF 2011, it's part biopic profiling Rajesh and his professional and family life, and part Bollywood exposing his passion to dance in competition with his team.