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Thursday April 18, 2024
A Good Year For Archie Punjabi
Vol: 1 Num: 2    Spring 2006

British actress Archie Punjabi, who played Pinky Bhamra in Bend It Like Beckham is in a Russell Crowe movie, A Good Year. Directed by Ridley Scott and set to be released on April 7th 2006, the movie is based upon a Peter Mayle novel by the same name. The movie chronicles the relocation of a failing London banker, Russell Crowe, to Provence, France, after inheriting a vineyard. The plot thickens when he encounter a beautiful Californian who has her own claim on the estate.

Archie had earlier won critical acclaim for her title role in Yasmin, the story of a Pakistani woman who finds herself ostracized and increasingly subjected to Islam-phobia in post 9/11 UK.



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