Unindian 2016: Movie Review – Starring Brett Lee

UnIndian 2016: Movie Review: Brett Lee

UnIndian is a romantic comedy Australian film starring the former Australian star cricketer Brett Lee with Tannishtha Chatterjee and some talented Bollywood actors Gulshan Grover and Supriya Pathak. The film is directed by Anupam Sharma and written by Thushy Sathi. The entire film was shot in Sydney Australia.

This is the most awaited film for Brett Lee as it is his debut film as an Actor in lead role although he has done some cameos in Bollywood movies also sang a song with the legendary singer Asha Bhosle. The movie released today 5th August 5, 2016, all over the world.

UnIndian 2016: Movie Review: Brett Lee
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Unindian 2016: Star Cast

  • Brett Lee as Will
  • Tannishtha Chatterjee as Meera
  • Stephen Hunter as Detective Thompson
  • Pallavi Sharda as Shanthi
  • Sarah Roberts as Priya
  • Gulshan Grover as Deepak
  • Andy Trieu as Detective Burly
  • Supriya Pathak as Meera’s mom

Unindian: Story Plot

The story is of beautiful Australian woman Meera of Indian origin. She is a divorced and a single mother of a daughter. Meera is an ambitious woman who follows her dreams and wants achieve all the success in life; she is independent and smart. But her family has some other plans for her; they want her to marry a nice Indian man. In all this, she fell in love an Australian man Will (Brett Lee).

Meera’s family is against this relation and said falling in love an Australian is not only Scandalous but UnIndian. Thus the story revolves around two cultures and their true love, will they meet and their family will accept them. All this will be revealed on watching this lovely comedy with some spice and few scenes of Holi festival in the movie UnIndian.

UnIndian 2016: Movie Review
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Expert Reviews

The film got a good welcoming response everywhere. Audiences are the Brett Lee’s debut and his acting along with his charming personality. The film critics also gave a positive response, Peter Calder of New Zealand Herald “It’s an undemanding and sometimes charming example of the genre.” David Stratton of The Australian said, “Despite these flaws, the film is engaging in its cheerful celebration of community.

UnIndian 2016: Movie Review: Brett Lee
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Final Verdict

UnIndian is a lighthearted movie with little music and dance, along with Brett Lee natural and lively appearance took the movie to new heights. The first half of the movie is good but the second half is a bit dramatic, keeping the film light and a good show to watch. So overall a good film for this weekend, you can easily go with your family and friends to see this unique love story with some presence of comedy.

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