‘Dr. Cabbie’ film stars in Surrey for local premiere Thursday (with movie trailer)

NEWTON – Stars of the new comedy movie Dr. Cabbie will be at Cineplex Odeon Strawberry Hill Cinemas for its regional premiere on Thursday (Sept. 11), starting at around 6:30 p.m.

It’s a private screening for the movie, which opens nationally on Sept. 19.

The film features Torontonian Vinay Virmani in his second lead role (Breakaway), The Big Bang Theory’s Kunal Nayyar and Adrianne Palicki from Friday Night Lights.

(Scroll down to see movie trailer)

Virmani will make an appearance at the Surrey cinema along with Isabelle Kaif, sister of famous Bollywood actress Katrina Kaif.

This is the second time Virmani, who also wrote Dr. Cabbie, has featured in a film with an A-list comedian. Russell Peters acted alongside him in Breakaway.

The film, directed by Jean-Francois Pouliot, is comedy about an Indian doctor-turned-cab driver who starts a practice out of his cab after failing to find a job in Toronto.

For more information, visit Twitter.com/DrCabbie.

 

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