Emmy-nominated Tirlok Malik’s ‘To New India with Love’ to celebrate India’s 75th Independence Day

Asha Bajaj
3 min readAug 19, 2021

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New York/Canadian-Media: ​New York-based, Emmy-nominated Tirlok Malik’s short film ‘To New India with Love’ celebrating India’s 75th Independence Day would be will be released on various digital platforms by Padma Shri Dr. Sudhir Parikh, Chairman of Parikh Worldwide Media, with its world premiere on Aug 27 at 11.00 AM EST (USA/CANADA) and 8.30 PM IST (INDIA) on the YouTube channel of nritvfilmclub.

“The future of India rests on the shoulders of the youth. Therefore, every step taken to empower the youth is a step forward towards fulfilling the dream of New India. The film ‘To New India with Love’ is a sincere attempt to inspire the youth and instill hope and confidence in them towards the building of New India,” comments Sudhir Parikh, whose lifelong work demonstrates his love and commitment for India.

Best known for making films about Indian immigrants in the US such as ‘Lonely in America,’Khushiyaan,’ and ‘On Golden Years,’ among others, Emmy nominated Indian American filmmaker, Tirlok Malik is an Ayurveda restaurateur and Happy Life Yoga speaker.

Trilok Malik

‘To New India with Love’ tells the story of Vijay, a young college student, who asks a visiting NRI professor, Prof. Khanna, to help him go to America, and he has his passport ready. The short film explores the emotional conflict that comes with the reality of life. When Vijay asks Prof. Khanna if he can help him go to America, the professor reminds him that “New India is in the making” and must play his part in contributing to New India. Vijay disagrees and expresses his frustrations and struggles, proclaiming, “New India is all about faking.” He has completed his graduation, but he can’t find a…

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Asha Bajaj

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