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, ...
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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
This is Brett Lee debut as an actor although he has made appearances in films before as himself. See more »
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 »
Nice romantic-comedy about a Indian-Assuie girl which has to fight against her family's strict traditions in order to marry a non-Indian boy. I think that, for the Indian's, this movie must be full of topics and stereotypes, but for the ones who don't know about Indian way of life is pretty funny. There are all kind of weird characters , and the starring actress makes an outstanding job showing us an independent, liberated, strong, confident, successful single mother. Nice dialogues, nice rhythm... Fun, hilarious, light, enjoyable and eye opening. Just a nice entertainment for a Sunday afternoon. Watch it and you will enjoy every moment of it.
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