Ali Fazal

Ali Fazal first rose to fame after playing an engineering student in the hit Bollywood film, ‘3 Idiots.’ He has since starred in films like ‘Always Kabhi Kabhi’ produced by superstar Shah Rukh Khan, and the surprise hit ‘Fukrey,’ leading to lead roles in films like ‘Bobby Jasoos,’ ‘Sonali Cable,’ and Mahesh Bhatt’s upcoming ‘Khamoshiyan.’ He also appeared in the Hollywood blockbuster ‘Furious 7’ and has appeared with Judi Dench in the BBC-Focus Features production ‘Victoria and Abdul,’ (Oscar nominated).

Melanie Chandra

Melanie Chandra (acting in For Here or To Go? under her maiden name, Melanie Kannokada) is an actress and co-founder of the not-for-profit Hospital for Hope, India.  She currently stars as first year resident "Malaya Pineda" in the CBS medical drama CODE BLACK. She also appears in Netflix's new comedy series, BROWN NATION. She made her cable debut on the HBO dark comedy THE BRINK as "Fareeda," acting alongside Jack Black, Tim Robbins, and Aasif Mandvi.

She holds a 2nd Degree black belt in Shotokan Karate and a Mechanical Engineering degree from Stanford University.


Omi Vaidya

Omi Vaidya is an Indian American actor who is best known for his performance as Chatur Ramalingam or "The Silencer" in the 2009 Bollywood film, 3 IDIOTS. He has also appeared in a number of television programs and commercials. Omi can currently be seen in the Netflix series BROWN NATION and in his documentary BIG IN BOLLYWOOD.

Amitosh Nagpal

Amitosh has acted in many television commercials and portrayed intense roles in films like ‘Dabangg’ and ‘Rangrezz’ while his role in 'Besharam' is on the lighter side. He has acted in a television series called ‘Powder’ and films like 'Phillum City' and 'Aarakshan.' One of his most-talked about works has been as an actor and translator of a critically-acclaimed play titled ‘Piya Behrupiya’ – a musical adaptation in Hindi of one of William Shakespeare’s best known romantic comedies ‘Twelfth Night’ in which he enacted the role of Sebastian.


Rajit Kapur

Rajit Kapur is an Indian film actor particularly known for his National Award-winning portrayal of Mahatma Gandhi in the 1996 film, The Making of the Mahatma. He is also known for stage performances such as in the English-language "Class of '84."

Samrat Chakrabarti

Samrat Chakrabarti is an award-winning actor and internationally acclaimed musician. As an actor, he has done dozens of Guest Stars and Recurring Roles on American TV shows, including: The Brink (HBO), Mr. Robot (USA), 30 Rock (NBC), In Treatment (HBO), Damages (FX), Bored To Death (HBO), and The Sopranos (HBO). He has also been consistently working in films, both Hollywood and Independent, including Spike Lee's ‘She Hate Me’ and Joseph Castelo's ‘The War Within’ (which was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award). International projects include Deepa Mehta's ‘Midnight's Children,’ Gurinder Chadha's ‘Viceroy's House,’ and Kabir Khan's ‘New York,’ produced by Yash Raj Films.


Keith Stevenson

Keith Stevenson is appeared in 1996 film, The Making of the Mahatma. He also played a memorable role on popular TV series 'Zabaan Sambhal Ke.' He mostly recently appeared in the feature film ‘The Last Smile.’