Sareesh Sudhakaran is one of my favorite Bridge Indians. A filmmaker from Mumbai, he’s one of the avant garde figures who are building bridges between our countries. Don’t get me started about the Americans who are building the bridges from this side.
This is inexpressibly important. Paramhansa Yogananda predicted that India and America would have to stand together against the rest of the world; that they would emerge victorious after a time of great global trials and lead the world into a golden age that would last for two or three hundred years.
Sareesh Sudhakaran expresses the very best of “bridge qualities” that Americans and young Indians can easily relate to: he’s deeply practical and hands-on, he expresses his ideas wonderfully, and they are ideas that matter greatly to all artists.
Here’s a sample: