Locally produced comedy film Keeping up with the Kandasamys has taken in more than R4m at the box office in less than two weeks. The comedy‚ which was filmed in the heart of Durban‚ tells the story of a long-standing rivalry between two families, the Kandasamys and the Naidoos. Spoiler alert: After years of feuding, the Kandasamys and the Naidoos join forces to break up their adult children who have fallen in love. However, in the end, the families are forced to settle their differences. The movie was released in cinemas across the country on March 3. According to a statement released by the producers, more than 76‚000 people have flocked to cinemas to watch it. Director Jayan Moodley said she hoped the success of the film at the box office would open more doors for cast members and the team. "This success means that we are indeed building an industry in our province‚ in our country. "It also means that the success paves the way for other filmmakers to follow their passion and make ...

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