UnIndian Review and Rating: A Blend of Culture and Love

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UnIndian Review and Rating

UnIndian, an Indo-Australian production brings the cross culture and what happens when love sprouts from there! UnIndian is unique in various forms. An Indo-Australian collaboration which is itself special for a global contribution when it comes to movies. Brett Lee, yes the star cricketer is the lead cast of the movie. And there is cute Tannishtha Chatterjee with her. Along with them, there are two well-known veteran actors of the Bollywood Supriya Pathak and Akash Khurana. The UnIndian Review and Rating are shared with you to get all the details before hitting the theater.

A real fast bouncer from the world class bowler! Brett Lee is the real stunner in the movie, and Tannishtha’s acting ability cannot be asked after her top-notch performances in various International projects including some drama. She was also part of some serious woman-centric movies like Gulaab Gang and Angry Indian Goddesses. She is bestowed with awards from the Osian film festival, Mahindra Indo-American Arts Council, NYIFF Indo-American Arts Council, National Film Award (Special Mention), London Asian Film Festival,  Festival2valenciennes.

The Cast and Crew of UnIndian

Cast: Tannishtha Chatterjee, Brett Lee, Supriya Pathak, Akash Khurana, Maya Sathi

Director: Anupam Sharma

Producer: Anupam Sharma, Lisa Duff

Writer: Thushy Sathi

Music: Salim-Sulaiman

The Plot of Unindian

Meera (Tannishtha Chatterjee), a single mother, is leading a peaceful life with her daughter (Maya Sathi). Her concerned parents (Supriya Pathak) (Akash Khurana) nag her to remarry with a “nice Indian doctor”. Life takes a full swing when she meets Will (Brett Lee) in a holi party. Will is an Aussie English instructor who is a bit disappointed with his single life. Will falls in love with Meera in the first meeting, and even Meera could not control her emotion for him. Will takes the help of his Indian best friend TK (Arka Das) to make Meera fall for him. But cultural differences and Meera’s past haunts their relation. How they find their way in between so many hurdles is Unindian all about.

The Review of Unindian

Romantic comedies are always very relaxing to watch, and if the plot comes with a twist of different cultures or rather say cross culture then it becomes more scintillating! Brett Lee is surprisingly good regarding his first movie, though he appeared in a Bollywood video with singing sensation Asha Boshle a few years back. Tannishtha Chatterjee mesmerizes with her ‘Indian’ looks and beauty and free flowing acting!

The Thumbs up:

  • Brett Lee.
  • Tannishtha Chatterjee.
  • The plot.
  • The fairy tale love story.
  • Maya Sathi is what we call “chota packet bada dhamaka”!
  • Beautiful Sydney.

The Thumbs Down

  • The approach is like any Indian crossover film, with the same concept of showing India and Indian culture is the most clichéd way, with all those color, bright dress, obsession with ‘marriage’ etc.
  • The typical Indian parenting.
  • Over doing of cultural anxieties.

The Rating of Unindian

A romantic comedy with all the spices to entertain you with the added gift of seeing Bret Lee moving his legs with Salman Khan’s Kick song will help you to groove. We are giving the movie a 3 out of 5. A must watch for all those couples who have are dating!

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