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Bhaji on the Beach

Video tape cover
Directed by Gurinder Chadha
Produced by Nadine Marsh-Edwards
Written by Gurinder Chadha
Meera Syal
Starring Kim Vithana
Jimmi Harkishin
Sarita Khajuria
Music by John Altman
Craig Pruess
Cinematography John Kenway
Editing by Oral Norrie Ottey
Release date(s) 11 September 1993 (Toronto Film Festival)
Running time 101 min.
Country United Kingdom
Language English / Hindi / Punjabi

Bhaji on the Beach is a 1993 film by director Gurinder Chadha with a screenplay by Meera Syal.

Plot synopsis

A diverse group of British women of South Asian descent go on a day trip to the beach in Blackpool; despite their differences—the older women are more traditional and conservative, the younger women more Westernized—they eventually manage to see common ground.

Title

Bhajis (Indian-style fritters) are a popular snack food both in India as well as in the United Kingdom, where you can find them in Indian restaurants as well as traditional chip shops. The title employs alliteration.

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Bhaji on the Beach
File:Bhaji on the Beach VHS
Video tape cover
Directed by Gurinder Chadha
Produced by Nadine Marsh-Edwards
Written by Gurinder Chadha
Meera Syal
Starring Kim Vithana
Jimmi Harkishin
Sarita Khajuria
Music by John Altman
Craig Pruess
Cinematography John Kenway
Editing by Oral Norrie Ottey
Release date(s) 11 September 1993 (Toronto Film Festival)
Running time 101 min.
Country United Kingdom
Language English / Hindi / Punjabi

Bhaji on the Beach is a 1993 film by director Gurinder Chadha with a screenplay by Meera Syal.

Plot synopsis

A diverse group of British women of South Asian descent go on a day trip to the beach in Blackpool; despite their differences—the older women are more traditional and conservative, the younger women more Westernized—they eventually manage to see common ground.

Title

Bhajis (Indian-style fritters) are a popular snack food both in India as well as in the United Kingdom, where they can be found in Indian restaurants as well as traditional chip shops.

External links

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