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Asha (Character)
from Outsourced (2006)

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  1. "Outsourced"
        - Rajiv Ties the Baraat: Part 2 (2011) TV episode, Played by Rebecca Hazlewood
        - Rajiv Ties the Baraat (2011) TV episode, Played by Rebecca Hazlewood
        - Mama Sutra (2011) TV episode, Played by Rebecca Hazlewood
        - Charlie Curries a Favor from Todd (2011) TV episode, Played by Rebecca Hazlewood
        - Gupta's Hit & Manmeet's Missus (2011) TV episode, Played by Rebecca Hazlewood
          (17 more)

  2. Outsourced (2006) Played by Ayesha Dharker

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From "Outsourced: Training Day (#1.13)" (2011)
[the call center employees are all handling recall notices]
Manmeet: Sir, I'm sorry for the horrible misunderstanding. I can give you a full refund.
Asha: Yes, that is why the ghost costumes have to be recalled.
Gupta: I'm so sorry, sir. There was a mistake at the factory. The head of the ghost costume is supposed to be rounded.
[Rajiv enters wearing the defective ghost costume, which looks suspiciously like a KKK robe]
Rajiv: I don't know why we have to recall these. They look fine to me.
Todd: Please take that off.
Rajiv: What is defective about this? It is still perfectly scary.
Todd: In a very different way than we intended.
Gupta: Todd. Todd! I may have a buyer for the ghost costumes. I'm on the line with a man who claims to be an exalted wizard. He's willing to order 50 of them. He just wants to know, are they flame retardant?
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