Omid Abtahi: Amrit Singh
Heather McComb: Susan Clark
Ron Canada: Dr. William Ballard
Navi Rawat: Smita Sethi
Ajay Mehta: Ravinder Singh
Todd Babcock: Ryan Bristol
Dennis Haskins: Dr. Shultz
KT Thangavelu: Amrit's mother
Rena Owen: Anna
Brenda Strong: Mary Stewart
Casting Director: Emily Schweber
Cinematographer: Lon Stratton
Editor: Jason Stewart
Music Composer: Pinar Toprak
Additional Compositions: Karsh Kale
Vocalist: Snatam Kaur Khalsa
Producers: Sarab & Jaspal Kaur Neelam
Executive Producers: Jeff Dowd & Jim Burstein
Story by: Sarab S Neelam & V. Prasad
Screenwriter: V. Prasad
Director: Sarab S Neelam
Amrit Singh is a doctor in North America, a turban wearing Sikh, he has lived his life in Canada, out of sorts and out of place, cast adrift between East and West.
He is from a family that holds on to their religious beliefs and is bred in the ethos of professionalism, but Amrit Singh is of two worlds and he belongs to neither. When he sees his dream of becoming Chief of Surgery at a state-of-the-art transplant center in Detroit dwindle because of his appearance, Amrit goes against his life long tradition and cuts his hair.
Hiding his decision from his girlfriend and family in Toronto is only the start of a series of compromises Amrit finds himself making as he deals with hospital politics and injustices of the American health care system.
He struggles to be the man he believes he is and at the same time, the person he wants to be. When faced with a choice of what is right by his conscience he chooses dangerously but only then can he live with what he sees in the mirror.
Straddling the conflicting positions of tradition and opportunity, Amrit understands more deeply, what it is to be successful and chooses to be the person that makes him happy.