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I Proud to Be an Indian (2004)

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I is an Indian. He travels to London for a family wedding and finds his family live in fear of the terrorism by National Front Skinheads and finds he has to become involved which escalates the situation.


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Credited cast:
Tim Lawrence ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Phil Jones ...
Skinhead / bartender
Imran Ali Khan ...
Aslam Firoz
I's dad
Zaf Mughal ...
Balbir Singh
James Owen ...
Tom Sambrook ...
Sgt Grant
Jeff Sawyer ...
Keval Shah ...
Aman Gill
Aashif Sheikh ...
I's brother
Chris Streeks ...
PC Simms


There is going to be a wedding in the family, and a father and son journey all the way from Punjab, India to London, U.K. to participate in the ceremony. Once in London, they come to know that the neighborhood is being terrorized by caucasian skinheads, who want to drive all asians away, back to the countries of their birth. The son stands up against the skinheads, and even beats up quite a few of them. When the leader of the skinheads, Cain, comes to know about this incident, he asks his men not to interfere with this Indian male, as the skinheads are not the only ones who hate Indians - the Pakistanis hate them more, and Cain decides to kill two birds with one, and do what the East India Company did in the 19th century - divide and rule. Written by rAjOo (

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13 February 2004 (India)  »

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18 April 2004 | by (Houston, Texas) – See all my reviews

Good Screenplay.

Good Direction.

Indians are Most Relative people.

They are still very relative to U.K.

America is escape..

Iceland is eternity for every one.

They should look 50% of time towards America and 50% of to Iceland.

Skin Head are only meat.. no emotions..

Donkeys are better than them... at least they carry load and work over


Thanks and Regards.

Sam Rupani

Houston, Texas, United States of America.

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