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Slide show: South Asians celebrated in Lulu Wang’s Expats

Key members of the staff and crew of Amazon’s Expat joined together to celebrate the South Asian representation in the streaming series.

Series regular Sarayu Blue attended along with writer Gursimran Sandhu. The show is executive produced and directed by Lulu Wang.

Additional cast include Rabbani Kaur, Rajiv Sharma, and Adrian Dev, as well as Anjali Bhimani, Rizwan Manji, Nik Dodani, Sujata Day, Ritesh Rajan, Natasha Kalimada, Maureen Bharoocha, Priya Jain, Shivani Shah, and Abigail Hing Wen.

It stars Nicole Kidman, Brian Tee, Ji-Young Yoo, Tiana Gowen and Bodhi del Rosario.

Gold House, MGM Studios and Tremendous held a special screening Wednesday followed by a Q&A at London West Hollywood.

Expats is a story set in Hong Kong of family tragedy involving three Americans and how each family member navigates the terrifying mystery as their lives collide with the other.

  • Expats with Lulu Wang and Saraya Blue (center) and writer Gursimran Sandhu and moderator Rasha Goel (L-R)
  • Rasha Goel and Saraya Blue at screening of Expats.
  • Expats writer Gursimran Sandhu
  • Expats Sarayu Blue with Abigail Hing Wen at screening of Expats.
  • Renu Razdan (L) and Rajiv Sharma (R) attend screening of Expats.
  • Maureen Bharoocha attends screening of Expats.
  • L-R-Rabbani-Kaur-Sarayu-Blue-and-Rajiv-Sharma attend screening of Expats.
  • Rasha Goel and Saraya Blue at screening of Expats.
  • (L-R) Rabbani Kaur, Sarayu Blue and Rajiv Sharma  attend screening of Expats.
  • Sujata Day attends screening of Expats
  • Rabbami Kaur attends screening of Expats

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