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East Is East (14-May-1999)

Director: Damien O'Donnell

Writer: Ayub Khan-Din

From a play: East Is East by Ayub Khan-Din

Original Music by: Deborah Mollison

Producer: Leslee Udwin

Keywords: Comedy, Drama

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Gary Lewis
Actor
30-Nov-1957   Gangs of New York
Jimi Mistry
Actor
1973   The Guru
Archie Panjabi
Actor
31-May-1972   Yasmin
Om Puri
Actor
18-Oct-1950   East is East

CAST

Om Puri   ...   George Khan
Linda Bassett   ...   Ella Khan
Jordan Routledge   ...   Sajid Khan
Archie Panjabi   ...   Meenah Khan
Emil Marwa   ...   Maneer Khan
Chris Bisson   ...   Saleem Khan
Jimi Mistry   ...   Tariq Khan
Raji James   ...   Abdul Khan
Ian Aspinall   ...   Nazir Khan
Lesley Nicol   ...   Auntie Annie
Emma Rydal   ...   Stella Moorhouse
Ruth Jones   ...   Peggy
Ben Keaton   ...   Priest
Kriss Dosanjh   ...   Poppa Khalid
John Bardon   ...   Mr. Moorhouse
Gary Damer   ...   Earnest Moorhouse
Albert Moses   ...   Abdul Karim
Jimmi Harkishin   ...   Iyaaz Ali Khan
Rosalind March   ...   Helen Karim
Kaleem Janjua   ...   Mullah
Gary Lewis   ...   Mark
Roger Morlidge   ...   Fat Twat
Ralph Birtwell   ...   Doctor
Madhav Sharma   ...   Mr. Shah
Saikat Ahamed   ...   Zaid
Bruce McGregor   ...   Bouncer
Margaret Blakemore   ...   Trisha
Thierry Harcourt   ...   Etienne Francois
Leena Dhingra   ...   Mrs. Shah
Tallat Nawaz   ...   Nigget Shah
Sharmeen Rafi   ...   Nushaaba Shah
Blake   ...   Great Dane
Riot   ...   Afghan

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