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She sings, she dances, and possesses an onscreen beauty and charm that translates into any language.Unfortunately, Martin Henderson is as dull as she is charming.Imagine characters just breaking into song whenever the fancy strikes to advance the plot and develop character. And though the melody and lyric to the songs may seem rather simple, rhythmically they are much more adventurous and infectious than your typical Broadway or Disney tunes. On paper Blanche is the far greater character, after all Stanley's most famous line is simply yelling his wife's name. It goes without saying, of course, that Martin Henderson is no Brando.But, quite frankly, he's not even a Steve Guttenberg.It is the American, Darcy (Henderson), who sparks with Lalita however.And although at first they do nothing but argue, it's obvious that there are sparks between them. The mother is both hilarious and infuriating at the same time.Henderson’s big break role came with the TV series ‘The Red Road’ as Harold Jensen in 2014.
Henderson co-starred in the horror movie ‘The Ring’ as Noah in 2002.
Martin Henderson was born in Auckland, New Zealand (October 8, 1974).
Henderson’s first role experience came with the TV series ‘Strangers’ in 1989.
The Americanized, Indian suitor with the annoying laugh was one of my favorite characters. It is a nice change of pace from most western movies and Rai comes across as none the less sexy.
Because of the puritan approach to sex in this movie, the scene where Will reveals the pregnancy seems all the more shocking.
A Bollywood musical remake of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice might not seem like a winner, and yet thanks to the direction of Gurinder Chadha (Bend It like Beckham) and its talented and likable cast, this is a movie that grabs a hold of you and doesn't let go until there's a smile on your face.