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Genres: Romance , Drama , Comedy
Actors: Sitaram D. Kadam , Parvati , Raghu Mama , Sudha Shivpuri , Asif Basra , Siddharth Jadhav , Jai Neeraj Raj Purohit , Rudolf Rodrigues , Matt Smith , Josh Hamilton , Feroz , Raja Kadale , Harish Chandra , Prashant Mahesh , Ayesha Dharker
Director: John Jeffcoat
Country: United States
Year: 2006
IMDB Rating: 7.0/10 (7041 votes)

When the call center he manages in Seattle is outsourced to India, Todd travels there to train his replacement. Housed in a new building that looks like an above-ground bunker, the call center is staffed by willing novices whom Todd trains to sound American. One star on the staff is Asha, who teaches Todd that he should learn about India, and proceeds to do just that. Written by Ron Kerrigan U.S.-based Western Novelty decides to outsource it’s personnel to India and as a result a large number of employees are let go. Before he himself is let go, Todd Anderson is instructed to travel to Gharapuri to train Purohit to replace him. He travels there via Mumbai, and finds his name comically mispronounced as ‘Toad’. He finds that he must sensitize himself to the Indian culture before he could even think of Americanizing Purohit and his subordinates. With the assistance of the new Assistant Manager, Asha Bhatwadekar, he inter alia sets about learning about Devi Maa Kali, Bhagwan Shri Shankar, reveling in Holi festivities, common lingo, the importance of cows, and eating at Mac Donnel’s. And he soon finds that a new ‘India’ has been discovered for outsourcing, and what is meant by ‘Holiday in Goa’. Written by rAjOo ( Seattle-based ‘Western Novelty’ kitsch sales firm outsources its call center to Bombay. Grudginly, US manager Todd Anderson travels there to train the Indian staff so it can continue under local manager Purohit ‘Puro’ N. Virajnarianan, who needs the job to raise his dream bride’s dowry. Todd fears the quota aren’t feasible. Yet he’s doing a good job, thanks to mutual cultural exchanges and the idea to target sales on the far larger Indian market. Todd even starts a romantic affair with Puro’s ambitious deputy, but she’s promised to an Indian.

Film Review

Todd (Josh Hamilton) is the "order fulfillment" supervisor for a Seattle novelty company. When his department is outsourced to India, he finds himself moving there to train a new manager. He faces the inevitable culture shock of adjusting to a shockingly poor and over-crowded country, but gradually finds good friends among his co-workers.Although the movie is completely predictable, it is entirely enjoyable thanks to an engaging cast and a good script. Hamilton makes a likable, unassuming fish-out-of-water. Filmed on location in India, one feels Todd's confusion and frustration with the strangeness of his surroundings, which makes the friendships he makes even sweeter.This low-budget, but well-made movie is a very pleasant comedy with the message that Americans and Indians are not really so different. Recommended.

Couldn't bear to watch this movie for more than 30 minutes. Pretty boy, Josh Hamilton can barely act. He spends most of the time waltzing around with a dazed expression on his face. The movie is so full of inconsistencies. Believe that a call center will be set up in middle of a village with cows for company and you will believe anything. Most villages in India do not have access to electricity,let alone high bandwidth internet connections to support a call center. The tone is so supercilious. There was a very stoopid dialogue. 'Accept India and don' resist it'. (PUKE). Thanks, I must say for accepting us. We felt kinda lonely when you resisted us… That coy Ayesha Dharker was so irritating 'Youu neeed to learn Indian culture Todd'. Yeah baby, culture my posterior.What happens at the end of the movie. Did loser Todd start working with coy Asha at the village or did Asha move to u.s with Todd. I am assuming they would have found each other endearing enough to g…

Outsourced (2006) is a story of people from different cultures, of how even the minutest of detail can be big to people who were accustomed to it.Outsourced are played by Josh Hamilton, who stars as Todd, and Ayesha Darker, who stars as Asha.Todd is a call centre manager who were transferred to India when the management decided to shut down the centre in America, and to move it to suburban India.He was disappointed about it, but at the same time he was adamant that he would take up the challenge, in hopes that this will be his chance to prove his worth.However, he was wrong when he chose to lead the call centre the same way he lead the centre in America. Problems and misunderstanding soon arose, and he was befuddled about it.The thing about culture is that, if you not accustomed to it, it can be annoying, and at times leading to awkward moments and worse, negative perceptions.In India, Todd met Asha, a beautiful young girl who works as a staff where Todd manages. She is a vibrant girl…