Former Australian fast bowler Brett Lee is making it to the big screen with the India-centric international film ‘unIndian’. First look of the movie is out and Lee is sporting a traditional attire in a very decent manner.
Anupam Sharma, producer and director of the film in an interview to an Indian media said, “We were all excited prepping up for this final number composed by Salim Sulaiman. Brett took time out from his ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 commentary a week before the big India Australia match. His love for India and the ease with which he takes on Indian customs is the reason why many call him a de facto Indian. To see if we managed to convince Brett to do a Bollywood Thumka his fans will have to wait and see the film”.
The movie revolves around Australian boy (Brett Lee) who falls in love with Indian mother of an eight-year old child.
Indian film trade analyst Taran Adarsh shared some images from the sets on his Facebook page with the caption, “Cricketer Bret Lee turns actor. Here’s a glimpse of his first lead role in the film titled ?#?unINDIAN”.
The official trailer of the movie is out but release date is yet to be revealed by the makers.
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