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unINDIAN is a comedy with a lot of heart and a little spice!


19 Aug, 2016
1 hrs 50 mins
401 votes
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Beautiful divorcee and single mother of one, Meera (Tannishtha Chatterjee) is an Australian of Indian origin. Smart and independent, she has carved out a successful life for herself and her daughter, despite family pressure to find `a nice Indian match`. Then Meera meets Will (Brett Lee), tall and blonde with a charming smile.

But falling in love with an Australian man is not only scandalous - it`s unindian! Does she do as her family wishes? Or does she follow her heart and live her life the way she wants? UNindian highlights the complexities of wooing another from a different culture.
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Verdict: unIndian is a raw, cross-cultural romance. unIndian marks the debut of the favorite Aussie fast-bowler Brett Lee in the world of cinema. He makes his debut with a romantic comedy by Anupam Sharma. The film is by Australia India Film Fund (AIFF) and Screen Australia. It is based on the Indian Australian community based []... ...Read full review
Anupam Sharma`s romcom is a refreshing take on cross-cultural relationships in contemporary times. The film doesn`t succumb to cliches. It is nothing like Gurinder Chadha`s standard musical chick-flick with an overdose of Punjabi tadka, predominantly catering to the Indian diaspora and that is its victory. Though it has the usual characters a `groom seeking` Indian mom (Supriya Pathak, funny) and a conservative Indian father (Akash Khurana, effective), the situations are far more real and thus, relatable. There are noaloo gobi jokes either. Meera isn`t seeking a wealthy Indian man settled in Australia, nor is Brett Lee a professional cricketer in the film. ...Read full review
The biggest point of interest in UNIndian is undeniably the film`s lead actor - Brett Lee. Express fast bowlers, by virtue of the trade that they ply, tend to be performers who revel in playing to the gallery. They are cocky, aggressive and intimidating. On a new pitch, the former Australia speedster displays none of those traits in his more-than-passable performance as the low-key lover of an Indian single mom in a cross-cultural romantic comedy. ...Read full review
The title, used as an adjective, aptly describes the protagonists behaviour in this formulaic, romantic comedy, set in the Indian diaspora of Sydney. The narrative shuttles between portraying, Indian culture, how it is perceived and practised and the power of ICN - Indian Community Network around the globe. It is a firang - white boy meets desi - Indian girl story. The tale revolves around Meera Chandra (Tannishtha Chatterjee) a marketing manager at Cochlear - an ear implant manufacturer and a single parent to her daughter Smita. ...Read full review
I went into UnIndian with skepticism. The dodgy history of cricketers turned actors didnt bode well for Brett Lee think of Vinod Kambli, Sandeep Patil or Ajay Jadeja. The good news is that Lee isnt half bad. He is affable and natural in front of the camera just ignore the clunky dancing. ...Read full review