The first reality TV show featuring an all-Indian cast airs this month on Bravo. “Family Karma” is a docu-series that follows the lives of seven young Indian-Americans as they navigate independence while still facing the restraints of living in a tight-knit Miami-based community.

Before the series premieres Sunday on Bravo, meet the cast.

Anisha Ramakrishna

Anisha is a businesswoman, fashionista and food lover. She got an MBA from the University of Miami and before that, she received a Bachelor's degree in business administration from Florida International University, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. After spending six years in New York City’s fashion scene, she recently launched her own label called Currently.

Amrit Kapai

As an openly gay man who didn’t come out until his 20s, Amrit said he hopes he and the show “can be a voice for so many South Asians who may be struggling with their sexual orientation and gender identity.” As for the educational background for the series’ resident party boy, he went to undergrad at Emory University and law school at Washington University in St. Louis. He now works as an attorney.

Monica Vaswani

Monica is a proud Floridian to the core. She was raised in South Florida, attended Florida International University and served on a local board. Now she divides her time between her day job as a software specialist and a dance studio she runs on the weekends.

On the topic of “Family Karma,” Vaswani said she thinks “timing is key.” The reality star revealed her belief that the series is following in the footsteps of shows like E!’s “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” and Bravo’s “Shahs of Sunset” that each shed light on different minority groups in the U.S.

Bali Chainani

Bali has traded in “beach days” and clubbing with her friends for a night at home with her daughter, Anushka. She is excited to be part of this show so that her child can “see that Indian women of any age and with any back story can be part of something big and have a platform globally.”

Vishal Parvani

Vishal grew up as a “club kid” and now works as a commercial real estate director. He said he is happy to be part of “Family Karma” because he believes on-screen diversity is important.

“Representation matters for so many reasons,” he said.

Shaan Patel

Shaan started his own real estate design and development company with his father three years ago after graduating from architecture school at Rice University in Texas. He spends most of his time with his girlfriend exploring Miami and said he is grateful that he had the experience growing up the son of “modern” Indian-American parents.

“I hope that 'Family Karma' is able to tell genuine stories of my friends and I that shows viewers there is more than one way to live the Indian-American experience,” he said.

Brian Benni

Now an account executive for an IT firm, Brian grew up going to Catholic School. Like many of his co-stars/friends, he loved partying in his younger years and still enjoys going to lounges or clubs. He’s obsessed with the Florida-based Caribbean chain Pollo Tropical which he eats “literally every day for lunch.”

"Family Karma" airs Sunday at 9 p.m. EST on Bravo.

Family Karma cast
The cast of Bravo's "Family Karma." Bravo