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Cash and Curry (2008)

A gang of young petty criminals end up in an abandoned farm when a deal goes wrong.

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Raj
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Rohit
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Manish Patel ...
Gabbar
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Faria Alam ...
Lakshmi
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Clyde
Livy Armstrong ...
Barman
William Baldwin ...
UK Front Asian Victim
Jamie Bannerman ...
Tarquin - Leader of Skinheads
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Dave
Jatinder Chera ...
Sanjay
Sui-Lie Cheung ...
Micky
Guiliano Crispini ...
Simon
Jose Cuenco Jr. ...
Ali
Juggy D. ...
Jimmy
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Storyline

Cash and Curry is a fast-paced, comedy-drama, set in multi-cultural London. Raj and his friends are tired of being "errand boys" at the bottom of the food chain. Ambition, leads Raj and his friends into the middle of a gang war between two of the biggest drug lords in London: Gabbar and Isaac. Realising the consequences of his actions, Raj seeks refuge in the countryside with an old friend, Tony. Based in an old abandoned farm, Tony runs the largest pirate DVD manufacturing operation in London. To elude capture, Raj and his friends are forced to submerge themselves in farm life. Meanwhile, Gabbar and Isaac are hunting down Raj and his friends - but who will find them first? Written by Jaffa Entertainment

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Drugs, Thugs and Killer Babes! See more »

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Comedy

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19 July 2010 (UK)  »

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Counterfeit  »

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£2,000,000 (estimated)
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Goodness me..
22 December 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I want 90 minutes of my life back after watching this pure and utter rubbish.

Whilst Asian and Jamaicans between the ages of 9 and 40 might be horrified to learn that people outside of London really don't give a sun dried dingleberry about how 'cool' it is to be a 'gangsta',deal in drugs and sleep with free prostitutes, quiet by accident this film shows all that is wrong with Britain today. Whilst these gangs do exist in some form or another, clearly this film is the director living out a fantasy that he cannot or doesn't have the guts to peruse.

Herein lies the charm of this film,however..the director clearly meant this to be a ' look at how cool it is to be black/Asian gangsta from London ', but what it does articulate very clearly is that only an imbecile would agree with the director. The acting is plain rubbish,the story line cringeworthy and the moralistic bromance ( no doubt drive by one of those ethical 'gangsta codes') is incredibly toe curling.

If you want violence for the sake of violence, then you might get a kick out of this. If, however, you want a good old giggle about how 'cool' jamiacan and Asian gangs perceive THEMSELVES to be...then you might wet your pants laughing.

This film is utterly hideous. I still want my 90 minutes of my life back...yeah, bruv?


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