Familiar Durban landmarks feature in the new South African comedy, ‘Keeping Up With The Kandasamys’


Director Jayan Moodley with script supervisor, Ashley Aldworth focus on the monitor during the filming of ‘Keeping up with the Kandasamys’ in Durban, while producers Junaid Ahmed (left) and Helena Spring ( back) look on. The film opens in SA on Friday, March 3.

The much-anticipated South African film Keeping up with the Kandasamys directed by Jayan Moodley and produced by the late Junaid Ahmed and Helena Spring premiered to an audience of almost 600 ten days ago at Gateway Ster-Kinekor in Durban. It opens nationwide in cinemas this Friday (March 3). Continue reading

Get your exclusive tickets to ‘Keeping up with the Kandasamys’


Mishqah Parthiephal and Madhushan Singh star in ‘Keeping Up With The Kandsamys’.

Be one of the first to watch the new comedy, Keeping up with the Kandasamys, at one of the exclusive screenings taking place at selected Ster-Kinekor cinemas around the country on Sunday, February 26.  Bookings open on February 22 and tickets are limited. Continue reading

Jailoshini Naidoo and Maeshni Naicker star in the new family comedy, Keeping Up With The Kandasamy’s


Jailoshini Naidoo (left) and Maeshni Naicker star in ‘Keeping Up With The Kandasamy’s’. Photo: Helena Spring Films/Junaid Ahmed Productions

FROM the producers of Hard to Get and Happiness is a Four Letter Word, comes the two-sided, family comedy, Keeping up with the Kandasamy’s, directed by Durban filmmaker Jayan Moodley (White Gold) and produced by Helena Spring and the late Junaid Ahmed. Continue reading

This weekend there is no choice but to Curry on Laughing

Curry on Laughing

Comedy fans will have no choice but to Curry on Laughing when an ensemble of proudly-local Durban comedians – Sans Moonsamy, Jailoshini Naidoo and Eubulus Tracy – hit Sibaya Casino and Entertainment Kingdom with vengeance this weekend.

Curry on Laughing is a fast-paced, rollicking comedy that boasts hilarious stand-up routines intercepted by tantalizing comic sketches with over-the-top caricatures. .

Shows are at 8 pm on April 8 and 9 and at 3 pm and 6 pm on Sunday, April 10 at Sibaya’s iZulu Theatre. Tickets cost R120 and R140 at Computicket or at the Sibaya Box Office.