• Sunday, December 04, 2022


One woman army marches on

Mandy Takhar in Rabb Da Radio

By: Sarwar Alam

By Asjad Nazir PUNJABI cinema has had an impressive global surge in the past decade – and British actress Mandy Takhar has been part of that revival with challenging roles opposite big-name stars. The Wolverhampton beauty will next be seen in soon-to-be-released film Rabb Da Radio, which is a 1980s-set drama weighing up right against wrong. The musical continues the momentum generated by Mandy in recent years and shows off her impressive range. Eastern Eye caught up with her during a trip back to the UK to talk about Rabb Da Radio, Punjabi cinema, future hopes, inspirations, and the advice she would give those wanting to follow in her footsteps… Were you always confident growing up? As…

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