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The Kumars at No. 42


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Part scripted comedy, part improvisation, part genuine interview, The Kumars at No. 42 is like nothing you've ever seen. The Kumars - a "typical" Indian family living in the north of London - have hit upon a unique method of "Keeping Up with the Joneses"; they have bulldozed their backyard and erected a state-of-the-art TV studio, where they host their very own talk show. The son, Sanjeev, pops the questions while his mother (Madhuri), father (Ashwin) and mischievous granny (Sushila) interrupt from a nearby sofa with wildly inappropriate and irrelevant questions.

"p""b"DVD Features:"br""b"Audio Commentary:Writers' Commentary
Deleted Scenes
Featurette:Tour of Number 42
Photo gallery

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Winner of the British Comedy Award, this very funny series puts a fresh spin on the talk show format. Live from No. 42, it's Sanjeev (Sanjeev Bhaskar), a self-styled talk-show host who interviews actual celebrities from the home TV studio his very indulgent immigrant parents have constructed in the family's backyard. Sanjeev considers his show to be "the perfect blend of Indian flavor and English refinement," but the meddling of his chutney-maven father (Vincent Ebrahim), doting mother (Indira Joshi) and sassy put-down artist grandmother (scene-stealer Meera Syal) puncture any delusions of grandeur. When actor and celebrated wit Stephen Fry arrives on the Kumar doorstep, the grandmother greets him, "Tell me, what's an erudite, sophisticated gentleman like yourself doing on a stupid show like this?" The Kumars at No. 42 is partly scripted and partly improvised. Much of the comedy comes from the guests' pre-show interactions with Sanjeev's family, who continue to kibbitz during the on-air interviews from a sofa onstage. The more game the guest, the better. Actors Richard E. Grant and Minnie Driver are clearly having a ball. Many of the celebrity guests are not popularly known in America (Roy Winstone, from Sexy Beast, appears to be Britain's equivalent of James Gandolfini), but Sanjeev gives them a proper introduction. "i"The Kumars at No. 42 would seem poised for an American remake (one attempt, "i"The Ortegas, featuring an Hispanic family, was quickly cancelled in 2003). Note to network casting directors: try Andrea Martin as the grandmother. "i"--Donald Liebenson

The Kumars at No. 42

September, 2021

No. 106 (9)

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