Brett Lee took time off commentary to dance in film

Los Angeles, April 2:

Former Australian fast bowler Brett Lee, who is making his acting debut with “UnIndian”, took time off his cricket World Cup commentary to shoot a dramatic dance sequence for the upcoming cross-cultural film, the shooting of which was wrapped up.

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Seen in Indian traditional outfit, Lee looked like he enjoyed the dramatic and larger than life dance sequence that Indian films are known for. After wrapping up the shoot, co-star Tannishtha Chatterjee returned to India while Lee took to the microphone to be a commentator for the cricket World Cup, read a statement.

Filming has now been completed on the Australian feature film directed and produced by Anupam Sharma. Wrapped up last week, the cross-cultural comedy is the first production of the newly established Australia India Film Fund (AIFF).

“We were all excited preparing for this final number composed by Salim-Sulaiman, especially because the number has some interesting twists and turns, and Brett in a traditional Indian costume. Brett took time out from his World Cup commentary a week before the big India versus 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,” Sharma said in a statement.

Presented by Devendra Gupta, “UnIndian” is written by Thushy Sathi, and produced by Sharma and Lisa Duff. IANS

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