Loved every bit of the film. 'Maine kachha nahi pehna' was the highlight. It cracks me up everytime I think of that scene. Must watch people.
a good movie...must watch.. all about Indian and American culture mix...Bret Lee and tanishta chatarjee acted well... some comedy parts too... overall ...more
It's an amazing movie. Loved Brett Lee as Will. He has done wonderful acting. It's a treat for all Brett Lee fans. Good story. Good picturization. Bea ...more
Could have been unfortunately they made it too bollywood towards the end. Also, the lead pair dont match... Both are good but not together...
"Not Australian enough to be in Australia and not indian enough for India anymore." That really hit hard. An interesting perspective to an Indian-Auss ...more
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 ...more
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, ...more
The title, used as an adjective, aptly describes the protagonists behaviour in this formulaic, romantic comedy, set in the Indian diaspora of Sydney. ...more
I went into UnIndian with skepticism. The dodgy history of cricketers turned actors didnt bode well for Brett Lee think of Vinod Kambli, Sandeep Pat ...more
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 ...more