Vinay Virmani to Star In Canadian Oddball Comedy 'Dr. Cabbie'
The "Breakaway" star headlines the indie feature from Quebec director Jean-Francois Pouliot.
TORONTO – Canadian actor Vinay Virmani (David) is starring in Dr. Cabbie, the oddball theatrical comedy by Quebec director Jean-Francois Pouliot set to shoot in Toronto.
The Canadian indie is produced by Montreal-based Productions Caramel Film.
Dr. Cabbie is based on a script by Virmani, Ron Kennel and Manu Chopra, and portrays a young Indian doctor (Virmani) newly-arrived in Canada and having to work as a taxi driver after being rejected by local medical schools.
While driving the cab, the young doctor treats people he picks up as passengers as part of a mobile clinic.
Producer credits belong to Andre Rouleau, Pauline Dhillon, and Virmani, who had a starring role in Breakaway, a Canadian ice hockey comedy that was co-produced by Akshay Kumar.
Productions Caramel Film’s other comedy credits include the Jay Baruchel-starrer Goon and Starbuck, which is being remade by DreamWorks.
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