Unlike the stereotyped crossover movies which deal with NRI families in the western countries, The Other End Of the Line shows Shreya playing a credit card company's customer service manager who lives in India, and like any other call-centre employee, she pretends to be American to her callers. But as luck would have it, she falls in love with an American caller played by Jesse Metcalfe of The Desperate Housewives fame. She then decides to take adventurous trip to USA without informing her parents, played by Anupam Kher and Sushmita Mukherjee. The film has its breath-taking moments when, even though, after meeting Jesse, Shreya decides not to reveal her true identity to him (Shreya tells him that she is from San Francisco).
The story takes yet another twist when Shreya's parents reach States and bring her back home and our American hero is left wondering what to do next. The film is yet another love story between an Indian girl and an American boy, though it would be interesting to see how the subject is dealt with this time. This is Shreya's first Hollywood film and her performance strikes you looking at the promo. And also, there's a hot steamy kiss between the Shreya and Jesse to look forward to. The Other End Of the Line is produced by Ashok Amritraj and directed by James Dodson.