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My Beautiful Laundrette (7-Sep-1985)

Director: Stephen Frears

Writer: Hanif Kureishi

Producers: Sarah Radclyffe; Tim Bevan

Keywords: Romantic Drama, Gay

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Daniel Day-Lewis
29-Apr-1957   My Left Foot
Shirley Anne Field
27-Jun-1938   My Beautiful Laundrette
Saeed Jaffrey
8-Jan-1929 15-Nov-2015 My Beautiful Laundrette


Saeed Jaffrey   ...   Nasser
Roshan Seth   ...   Papa
Daniel Day-Lewis   ...   Johnny
Gordon Warnecke   ...   Omar
Derrick Branche   ...   Salim
Shirley Anne Field   ...   Rachel
Richard Graham   ...   Genghis
Winston Graham   ...   Jamaican One
Dudley Thomas   ...   Jamaican Two
Garry Cooper   ...   Squatter
Charu Bala Choksi   ...   Bilquis
Souad Faress   ...   Cherry
Rita Wolf   ...   Tania
Persis Maravala   ...   Nasser's Elder Daughter
Nisha Kapur   ...   Nasser's Younger Daughter
Neil Cunningham   ...   Englishman
Walter Donohue   ...   Dick O'Donnell
Gurdial Sira   ...   Zaki
Stephen Marcus   ...   Moose
Dawn Archibald   ...   Gang Member One
Jonathan Moore   ...   Gang Member Two
Gerard Horan   ...   Telephone Man
Ram John Holder   ...   Poet
Bhasker   ...   Tariq
Ayub Khan Din   ...   Student
Dulice Leicier   ...   Girl in Disco
Badi Uzzaman   ...   Dealer
Chris Pitt   ...   Kid One
Kerryann White   ...   Kid Two
Colin Campbell   ...   Madame Butterfly Man
Sheila Chitnis   ...   Zaki's Wife


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