An Australian teacher is intrigued by Aussie-Indian women and sets his eyes on a single mother. Brett Lee plays the teacher and Tannishtha Chatterjee plays the single mother. Their cliché filled love story is what made UnIndian. It’s an Australian romantic comedy with an Indian twist.
Audience vs Critic
UnIndian did make an impact on the audience. People flocked to theatres to see Brett Lee! Critics praised the actors but found the film full of clichés.
Script & Plot
While UnIndian has a nice story, it falls flat in terms of creativity. Indians are shown in the same light that a bunch of international films have shown, with Holi, curries and overbearing families. While the plot is interesting, the screenplay could’ve been better.
Brett Lee is not a bad actor! Everyone entered the theatres with a little bit of skepticism. But, he pulled off emotional scenes pretty well. Tannishtha Chatterjee is a power packed actor and shows it in her single mother act. The supporting cast is given very generic, typical “Indian” roles and they’ve pulled it off well.
The music of UnIndian was composed was Salim Sulaiman and they’ve done quite a fantastic job of it! The melody was a fusion of desi tunes and international beats.