NYC filmmaker Vikram Gandhi shares the story of his movie about a faux guru that explores people's need to have faith.

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Vikram Gandhi is a New York-based filmmaker whose film Kumaré won the Audience Award for Best Documentary at SXSW 2011. The film will be released theatrically by KinoLorber Films in the Summer of 2012.

Ghandi grew up with the religion of Hinduism, one that features gods or ‘superheros' telling stories ‘that gives us some sort of structure, and a way to believe.'

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