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Naveen Andrews plays the charismatic Karim, a half-Asian, half-English, wholly hedonistic chancer who is mortified when his civil servant father (Roshan Seth) plunges into an affair with the exotic Eva and begins passing himself off as a spiritual guru. This brings Karim into contact with Eva's wayward son, Charlie, and ostensibly offers an escape from suburbia. The story follows his break-out, from London to New York, constantly snagging himself on cultural barbwire and falling into situations a raconteur would die for. Soundtrack by David Bowie.

Genres: Drama
Station: BBC Two (UK)
Rating: 0/10 from 0 users
Status: Ended
Start: 1993-11-03

The Buddha of Suburbia Air Dates


S01E01 - Part 1 Air Date: 03 November 1993 21:25 -

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S01E02 - Part 2 Air Date: 10 November 1993 21:25 -

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S01E03 - Part 3 Air Date: 17 November 1993 21:25 -

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S01E04 - Part 4 Air Date: 24 November 1993 21:25 -

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The Buddha of Suburbia Actors

Naveen Andrews(Karim Amir ('Creamy'))

Brenda Blethyn(Margaret Amir)

Harish Patel(Changez)

Jemma Redgrave(Eleanor)

Steven Mackintosh(Charlie Kay)

Roshan Seth(Haroon Amir)

Susan Fleetwood(Eva Kay)



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