Omi (Mehta) is an eight-year-old East Indian boy who arrives in Ottawa to live with his uncle's family, due to his mother's illness back home. Unaware
that his mother is dying, Omi is determined to find a hero to take back to India to save her. He connects with Roland, the black captain of a local
tour boat. But Omi has doubts about Roland, because he thinks "heroes are white."
Safia, Omi's teenaged cousin/assigned babysitter, herself of "mixed up" heritage, points out that "heroes can be any color you want them to be." In fact, it turns out Safia and Roland are romatically attracted to each other.
Studio: Starr Schein
Producer(s): Rashmi-Rekha Gupta, Raj Gupta
Screenplay: Nabil Mehta