An unexpected event unravels as a group of extremist Muslims raid a pastor’s home, where hundreds of bibles and
Christian resources are exposed. Following the discovery, Pastor Dariush is immediately murdered in cold blood. Cyrus, the pastor’s son,
who witnesses his father’s cruel death, is forever changed as a result of his father’s murder. Filled with resentment and bitterness,
he is unable to cope with the past and push forward. However, Cyrus eventually develops a passion for medicine and ultimately becomes a
doctor in order to support his community. At the turn of events, Cyrus finds himself face to face with his father’s killer.
In an emotional and unveiling conversation, Cyrus must now decide which road to walk: He can either save his patient’s life,
or use this unique opportunity to seek vengeance.
It was during Lewis's jingles career that the idea of Raaga was conceived. Lewis had called in John to sing a jingle for him one evening in 1992. The lyrics for the jingle were late coming in.
The restless Lewis began crooning something while strumming on his guitar, John felt inspired to jam with an alaap, and the result: the seamless fusion of Eastern and Western sounds that has become the quintessential characteristic of the Raaga.
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