Are there any Indian actors in Western film industry that don't play the roll of stereotypical Indian migrant?
Comedians don't count, ever.
Why is Bollywood so big in India, but migrants never bother to even attempt to crack the industry in the West?
the guy from harold and kumar did non comedic roles
the pilot in the expanse
some CIA guy in the CIA show with the blonde actress whose name i dont know
shit kamil i dont know
>The Martian - entertaining, interesting original novel
>incredibly gifted indian head of NASA, Vincent Kapoor
>The Martian - reddit: the film
>Casts 12 Years a Slav
Thanks Ridley Scott! - I just wanted one non-dweeb indian character in Hollywood. Just once.
>because no one likes indians and bollywood is a laughing stock of cinema
pretty much this, nobody likes indians, especially if they're nationally / racially aware.
1.) they can be insufferably irritating
2.) white people hate them because browns are the ones they were supposed to count on to be the underclass.
3.) black people hate them because white people use them as examples of how there isn't a conspiracy to ensure everyone but whites fail in society
4.) chinese hate them because as a cheap source of labor they're seen as the potential alternative to reliance on Chinese export driven economy
5.) brown people hate them because they're brown but still mostly pagan
5.) their culture is weird and gross by the most tolerant person's standards
>3.) black people hate them because white people use them as examples of how there isn't a conspiracy to ensure everyone but whites fail in society
Actually most of India's problems stem from the atrocities the British committed during occupation.
Before British occupation india was one of the richest countries in the world controlling 24% of the worlds economy.Afterwards they controlled 4%.