A young Indian man is forced to migrate to London with his father, to stay with his brother and sister in law. It is then he discovers that the middle-class Asian families are living in fear of the dominant skinhead gang who relish in making Indians suffer for not being white and who preach racism. He soon realises that he is facing the biggest fight of his life, a fight for all Indians and humanity. A powerful story that tells of his courage and faith of being a true Indian.
- I Proud to Be an Indian review by JayPatelUK
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You rated this film: 4
Not your typical Indian Musical, Had an OK story line, It is not in the eyes of a British Indian, although the film was set and based on British Indians. The film Portrays Us Brits to be scared of the English Skin heads. Maybe 20-30 years ago. But the film did not state this.