Here is your chance to be in UnIndian!


BTS.8137.Maya Sathi, Brett Lee and Director + Producer Anupam Sharma on set of UNindian.Photo Kate Ryansmall


Maya Sathi, Anupam Sharma Director/Producer and Brett Lee on the sets of UnIndian. Photo by Kate Ryan

Starring  internationally acclaimed actress Tannishtha Chatterjee (Siddharth, Brick Lane) and Brett Lee, unINDIAN is currently shooting in Sydney. Presented by Devendra Gupta, written by Thushy Sathi, the romantic comedy is being produced by Lisa Duff and produced and directed by Anupam Sharma.

On  Saturday 15th November a very colourful and fun festival scene of Holi Day celebrations will be filmed involving the two leads as well as other members of the cast. People of all ethnicities are required, (ages ten years and upwards), to help us film the scenes of the festival and the throwing of coloured powder!

BTS.2184.Adam Dunn, Arka Das and Brett Lee on set of UNindian.Photo Chris Twineysmall







Adam Dunn, Arka Das and Brett Lee at the sets of UnIndian. Photo by Chris Twiney

Please  register your interest by emailing the following details to the email address below, and indicating which times you are available (please note you need to commit to the full five hour slot for continuity purposes).


Age Range:

10 ”“ 17 years  21 ”“ 29 years 30 ”“ 45 years

45 plus



Phone Number:

Email Address:


– Saturday 15th November 7:00 am ”“ 12:00 noon

5 hours

– Saturday 15th November 1:00 pm ”“ 6:00 pm

5 hours

Participation  is voluntary and will not be paid.   Only those who have registered and who are contacted by the producers will be allowed on set on the day. You will be required to bring your own clothes, which you will not mind wearing during the coloured powder throwing of the Indian Holi Day Festival.   The producers will not be held responsible for the cleaning and/or replacement of any article of clothing.



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By Wednesday 12th November 2014

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