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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: Temporary Monsanity (#1.9)" (2010)
[Todd is depressed about how his parents look down on his career]
Manmeet: Monsoon season is the worst. It is. You know, last year, I got stuck at work and missed my brother's graduation. My parents were so angry. It seems unfair that they push me to work hard and then blame me when I do, you know?
Madhuri: Sir, my parents always thought I could do nothing better than work in a factory. But then, I got this job and now I support my entire family. Sometimes, parents are wrong.
Rajiv: When I was eight years old, I shared a chocolate bar with my dog, Kiki. She ate it greedily and died within seconds. To this day, I cannot help but to think that I may have been at least partly to blame for her demise.
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