Why is Zuko Indian?

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Why is Zuko Indian?

Zuko is a character role in the TV series ‘The last Air bender, directed by M. Night Shyamalan. Zuko is the name of the prince of fire nation. He is the son of Fire Lord Ozai and Ursa. Zuko is a skilled fire bender in the movie and he will be sent by his father to capture Avatar who is an air bender. Zuko is a negative role played by Dev Patel in Last Air bender TV serial. Dev Patel is Film and Television actor who starred in UK Television teen drama series called ‘Skins’. He played the role of Anwar Kharral who is a British Pakistani Muslim in this series. He got an international recognition when he acted in the film Slumdog Millionnaire as main lead role of Jamal Malik. This film was directed by Danny Boyle.

Dev Patel was born in Harrow, England on April 23rd 1990. His parents were Gujarati and Indian. Both his parents were born in Nairobi, Kenya. Dev Patel’s parents migrated to London individually from Kenya and met there later. His mother’s name was Anita and Father’s name was Raj. Dev Patel has an elder sister called Komal. First thing that makes us feel that Dev Patel is Indian, is that he was brought up in Hindu culture. He was inculcated the Hindu faith.

Dev Patel had one subject as ‘drama’ in his GCSE subjects. He got good recognition from the teacher who judged him for the drama exam in GCSE examination. He was even awarded for that. His commercial acting career started in 2006 through ‘Skins’.

As Dev Patel was born to Indian parents he is believed to be an Indian. When he played the role of Jamal Malik in ‘Slum dog Millionnaire’ who is an Indian Muslim boy from Mumbai, he was well appreciated for having suited perfectly in the character. From this it can be surely said that he is an Indian. Dev Patel received quite a number of Awards for playing the role of Jamal Malik (Indian) in ‘Slum dog Millionnaire’. Among them were eight Oscar awards. This proves that Dev Patel has the Indian blood which made him act as an Indian very well.

Author: Hari M

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