"Driving with Selvi" is a documentary film released in October 2015, made by the Canadian filmmaker Elisa Paloschi. The film's eponymous protagonist is a woman from the South Indian state of Karnataka, a feisty individual who rejected the life that was forced on her and chose to follow her own ambitions. Her journey from child bride to first female taxi driver in South India and now a happy mother and wife with a partner of her choice is the story that Paloschi's film tells. This chapter examines the complex terrain of transnational feminist solidarity that is the backdrop of the film's production, and addresses the politics of feminist connections between the global North and the global South. In exploring the context of Selvi's change from child bride to taxi driver, it also addresses the interplay among masculinities, South Asian feminisms, and friendship.