We plan that the film will premiere at an international Film Festival (e.g. Berlinale) in 2020. This will help our international sales agents to propose the movie to distributors for a worldwide cinema release. It will then be sold to international broadcasters, by territories, in different languages.

The movie will be released for Mother Teresa’s 110th anniversary in August 2020. It will then be available online, over a dedicated website, to ensure that all revenues do go to charity. People from all over the world will be able to watch the film for a very small fee, and experience that it takes very little to make a positive change. The audience can donate more after watching it, to support the charity effort.

To gather a huge audience online, a campaign on social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+, Youtube, Linkedln, Tumblr) will precede and follow the release of the movie online. We shall forge a partnership with a leading agency for internet marketing, that will design a campaign which aims to create a large community made of different individuals, groups and associations worldwide on a long term basis.

The distribution of the movie will, therefore, be established in a very long-term and sustainable fashion, ensuring profits and social impact from the donations.


For Kavita, a spoiled modern young woman of Indian origin
living in Toronto, love is an illusion.

Social Impact

We have 3 goals in telling Kavita’s and Teresa’s story:


Banita Sandhu,  Jacqueline Fritschi-Cornaz
and  Deepti Naval

Writer | Director

The Swiss-Indian Kamal Musale is a talented author and director
who has made over 30 films.


The unique aspect of this international movie is that it’s being financed with charity donations, and all proceeds will go to the poor.


The premiere will be held in 2020 at an International Film Festival, followed by a theater run.


As a donor, you create value worldwide.

Making The Pilot

In this short film you will see the making-of a pilot that we have shot in Kolkata earlier this year...

Zariya Foundation

The Zariya Foundation was created in 2010 in Switzerland,
followed by the Zariya Trust in India.

Patron's Committee

A film about love and compassion
inspired by the life of Mother Teresa.

A movie by Kamal Musale
with Banita Sandhu, Jacqueline Fritschi-Cornaz and Deepti Naval


Produced by:

Curry Western Movies, India
Zariya Charitable Trust, India

Co-produced by:

Les Films du Lotus, Switzerland
Zariya Foundation, Switzerland
Kavita Teresa Film, UK