Ravi Chand was four the first time he endured a vile racist slur.
Further trauma came when his mother was killed in a car accident, a week before his twelfth birthday. He remembers adults arguing, then suddenly being estranged from his maternal family.
Desperate to find a sense of belonging, Ravi did everything to become an “Aussie”. Ashamed by the portrayal of South Asians on screen and without his mother, Ravi abandoned his culture.
As a teen, Ravi developed a complex and confused identity, bottling a tremendous sense of loss for his mother.
In 2014, believing she had passed away, Ravi discovered his maternal Grandma was still alive. Despite 24 years apart, they immediately shared a beautiful, pure bond.
Ravi's Grandma sets him on a journey to discover his ancestry, culture, language and self. As he uncovers Australian Indian history dating back 4000 years, Ravi tries to make up for a lifetime of lost culture, unravelling mistakes to save his young son from the same fate.