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The speedster's fans won't be disappointed for sure.
The only good thing about this frivolous romance is its leading man and his good looks.
Other than a few smart lines, UnIndian doesn't have too much going for it.
UnIndian has stray moments of warmth and humour, but it's just not enough. I am interested to see what Mr. Lee does next, though.
Cricketer Brett Lee pairs up with Tannishta Chatterjee in an exceedingly familiar but enjoyable culture clash drama set in Sydney.
As corny as it is, watching Brett Lee imitate Salman Khan's dance moves from Kick will be a treat for cricket and Bollywood fans.
It's an undemanding and sometimes charming example of the genre.
It's as cheesy as it sounds but UnIndian is still an entertaining romantic comedy.
Despite these flaws, the film is engaging in its cheerful celebration of community.
There's no denying the film's upbeat feel, and it would be lovely to see the film make a killing here and in India as a reward for its sweet intentions, though it's hard to imagine even Lee's stature in India overcoming his stiffness on screen.
Well crafted entertainment, delivering on its promise as a romantic comedy, with some serious ballast. The tone is just right
A vibrant, feel good Aussie film that is liberally tinged with the enticing colours, tempos and rhythms of Bollywood
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