The movie is Jairaj Walia's debut as a feature film director
Danny Trejo has joined the cast of "Pendejo," a romantic comedy by writer/director Jairaj Walia, of Gr8 Dane Films.
Trejo ("Grindhouse," "Machete," "xXx") plays the role of Pedro, the gangster father of the main character's love interest, Jenny.
"Pendejo" which the filmmakers translate as "idiot," but is far more vulgar, is about a spoiled party boy whose wealthy father orders to either take a low-level position at the family company or lose his inheritance.
Walia said that the movie addresses both the Indian and Latin cultures.
The cast includes Raja Fenske (Nickelodeon's "Unfabulous"), Fernanda Romero ("The Eye"), Laksh Singh ("Little Fockers"), Marissa Caprielian ("Entourage"), Darlene Vazquetelles ("Kings of South Beach") and Sevier Crespo ("Fast Lane").
Bob Walia and Kim Walia are producing through Gr8 Dane. Crespo is producing through New Slant Productions.
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