Instead, I would say Indian films bring to mind song and dance numbers, bright colors, melodrama, slapstick humor, and a lot of romance—the overwhelming majority of it, of course, between a man and a woman. That’s not to say that gay romances – and gay people – haven’t carved a place in Indian and diasporic cinema. The breeding parties are for Indian women, usually very upscale and immerses in Western circles, who want white babies but don't want a white husband, or at least don't want to divorce their Indian husbands. If they have the consent or at least tolerance of their husbands and families, then they're set up with a breeding party.