Ealing Comedy with a twist of Ghir

Kulvinder Ghir stars in Ealing Comedy is a British 2008 comedy film, written by Jon Croker and directed by Neville Raschid.

Ealing Comedy

a film within a film about an Accountant turned Film Producer

Actor and comedian Kulvinder Ghir of BBC”s Goodness Gracious Me fame, plays the role of Alfie Singh an Accountant turned Film Producer, in a British comedy film called Ealing Comedy.

Directed and produced by Neville Raschid it also features popular British comedian Alistair McGowan as Vicki, Paul Raschid as Paul Singh and Mary Singh as Shasha Waddell.

In the movie, Alfie Singh has the idea for making a film called “Ealing Comedy” which is in fact a film within a film about an Accountant turned Film Producer called Alfie Singh!

The story is that Alfie would play himself and ropes his real son Paul to play his son in the film. Struggling to finance the film the story is about Alfie and his teenage son on a journey to make this film, filled with mishaps and capers during this ambitious venture.

In a radio interview, Kulwinder said that the project was very enjoyable as it allowed him, along with the other actors, to contribute towards the script due to the open communication used by the director Neville. Especially, to develop the characters with their own experiences of living in England.

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