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Meera, a beautiful Australian woman of Indian origin, living in Sydney as a single mother, she follows her dreams, instead of that of her parents'. She falls in love with a man named Will, ... See full summary »

Director:

Anupam Sharma

Writers:

Thushy Sathi (screenplay), Thushy Sathi (story) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Brett Lee ... Will
Tannishtha Chatterjee ... Meera
Supriya Pathak ... Meera's Mum
Akash Khurana ... Meera's Dad
Maya Sathi Maya Sathi ... Smitha
John Howard ... Mr. Saunders
Arka Das ... TK
Sarah Roberts ... Priya
Nicholas Brown ... Samir
Adam Dunn ... Mich
Kumud Merani Kumud Merani ... Binky Aunty
Gulshan Grover ... Deepak
Kashif Amjad Kashif Amjad ... Vik
Anupam Sharma ... Swami
Pallavi Sharda ... Shanthi
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Meera, a beautiful Australian woman of Indian origin, living in Sydney as a single mother, she follows her dreams, instead of that of her parents'. She falls in love with a man named Will, for Meera is not only scandalous, it's UNindian. Written by Thushy Sathiamoorthy

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Plot Keywords:

indian | australia | See All (2) »

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Break traditions, forget the mysterious past, celebrate the differences, embrace the love.

Genres:

Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Trivia

This is Brett Lee debut as an actor although he has made appearances in films before as himself. See more »

Goofs

Fifty-three minutes into the film, a supposedly affluent man orders for the table a bottle of Chateau Margaux 1983, which is one of the finest Margaux vintages of the twentieth century, and the sashimi platter. That bottle of wine in 2015 had a retail price of almost 500 US dollars, and so it would have cost almost 1,000 US dollars to order it in a restaurant. But anyone ordering a wine of that caliber would know all too well that drinking red wine with fish creates a very strong and persistent taste of dirty rust immediately upon fish hitting the palate. It literally makes one wince. See more »

Connections

Referenced in The Kapil Sharma Show: Brett Lee in Kapil's Mohalla (2016) See more »

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Distinguished story and execution
23 July 2020 | by OliverDavSee all my reviews

This film is one of those SITCOM television series that you'd watch over a weekend, at least I will. Great combination of Indian-Australian culture and even the characters. The transformation from Brett Lee the cricketer to Brett Lee the Actor is prolific. He carries that fun element throughout the movie really well. Songs and music were great combination of Australian and Indian music directors. Dances could have been more like Bollywood but the characters overlook this factor.


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Official Sites:

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English | Hindi

Release Date:

15 October 2015 (Australia) See more »

Also Known As:

UnIndian See more »

Filming Locations:

Australia

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Budget:

AUD5,200,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$81,633
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