Former cricketer Brett Lee-starrer 'UnIndian', the first feature produced by the recently established Australia India Film Fund (AIFF), has kicked off the shooting in Sydney and around New South Wales.
New Delhi: Indian-origin filmmaker from Australia Anupam Sharma says his upcoming film 'UnIndian' is on the lines of Gurinder Chadha's 'Bend It Like Beckham' and will provide a sneak-peak into the lives of Indians living down under.
A day after he met cricket legends Sachin Tendulkar and other sport greats - Adam Gilchrist and Brett Lee, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott today drew a parallel between India and Australia which revere its cricket stars.
Cricket legend, Sachin Tendulkar has said that tours to Australia transformed him as a sportsperson. The former India captain was speaking at a sporting event organised by the Australian consulate in the presence of touring Australian Prime Minister, Tony Abbot at the Cricket Club of India.
Shane Warne suffered a suspected broken hand after being struck by an unintentional beamer from former Australia team mate Brett Lee in an MCC v Rest of the World exhibition match at Lord`s on Saturday.
Retired Australian speedster Brett Lee has become the latest player to be named in the Sachin Tendulkar-led Marylebone Cricket Club XI which will take on Rest of the World XI in a Lord`s Bicentenary celebration match on July 5.
Former Pakistan tearaway fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar`s suggestion for India rising pace sensation Mohammed Shami is to "work on his run-up" as he feels the talented speedster "has the potential to serve Indian cricket for a long, long time".
Retired Australia pacer Brett Lee has said that an Australia-India final in the 2015 ICC World Cup would be `fantastic` and `incredible` but also added that India needs good pacers in order to `put their best foot forward`.
Wishing for a match-up between his home country Australia and title holders India in the 2015 ICC World Cup final, retired fast bowler Brett Lee on Tuesday said the defending champions` biggest task would ahead of the mega-event would be to find pacers who can bowl at 140-kph.
Retired Australian fast bowler Brett Lee, who has waged many a stirring battle against Sachin Tendulkar, on Tuesday rated the Indian legend a notch above West Indies great Brian Lara, thus singing a different tune to that of veteran South Africa all-rounder Jaques Kallis.