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Those Indian Guys meet Larry David! The iconic Kiwi actor Rajeev Varma (of Those Indian Guys fame) and Larry David discuss the hit play D'Arranged Marriage. This monumental meeting of the minds happened in New York!
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Those Indian Guys Featured on Asia Profile in New York!
In June 2010, Raj was interviewed about D'Arranged Marriage in New York. In this interview from the Profile team, he goes on and on and on and on about himself and Tarun. Make sure you get a cup of tea for this one.
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Check out Tarun from Those Indian Guys strutting his stuff to Farmer Pimps, Like No-one Else music video. A one piece never looked so good!
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Tarun shows us the do's and don'ts of a Barbeque
Warning: Don't try this at home.
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An interview for Word on the Street with Crescent Street Films about what Raj and New Yorkers thought of the word play.
 
Those Indian Guys surveyed New Yorkers about the meaning of the word cricket.
Those Indian Guys take on Time Out New York - Cricket Controversy!

The Time Out New York listing of D'Arranged Marriage describes it as being: "... about an Indian stand-up comic who discovers that his long-dreaded arranged marriage might be cricket after all."

We felt the use of the word "cricket" was confusing. Time Out NY did not want to change the word... They told us that: 'Cricket' is a synonym for 'fair play' or 'honorable conduct.' So if something that seemed unfair turns out to be cricket, it means it actually works out fine. If you don't understand that, don't blame [us]. It's not an 'inaccurate' summary of the show as it has otherwise been described to us. It's merely a turn of phrase that you don't seem to like."

THE VERDICT: Time Out Magazine removed the word "cricket" from their listing. Those Indian Guys thank all our fans who made a comment on Facebook and thanks TONY for seeing the light!