“Mississippi Masala” quotes(1991)
Plot – In 1972 the feared General Idi Amin, Ugandan dictator, orders the immediate expulsion of all Asians from the country and the confiscation of their property. Therefore the Indian Jay, with his wife Kinnu and daughter Mina, must immediately leave Kampala along with the other Indians, abandoning both the wealth and the country that represent a lost paradise for him. In 1990, Jay lives in the US, in Mississippi, with his wife and daughter and he is working in a motel like many others families of Indian origin. While Jay has not resigned himself and therefore continues to write regularly to the new government of Uganda in the hopes of regaining nationality and property, his wife Kinnu has instead adapted to their new life, joining the large Indian community.
All actors – Denzel Washington, Sarita Choudhury, Roshan Seth, Sharmila Tagore, Charles S. Dutton, Joe Seneca, Ranjit Chowdhry, Mohan Gokhale, Mohan Agashe, Tico Wells, Yvette Hawkins, Anjan Srivastavshow all
“Mississippi Masala” Quotes 4 quotes
“- Okelo: You gave an interview on BBC saying that Amin was evil. Are you mad? What about Kinnu? What about Meena? Do you ever think of them?
- Jay: What should I have done? Remain silent? That is the coward's way!
- Okelo: Don't talk to me about cowards! That's what you are. You're not leaving because you're scared to leave. You are scared of...” (continue)(continue reading)
“- Jammubhai: Anil, you have become American.
- Anil: So what? I'm living in America! You don't like it? Then go back to India!”