A Sikh woman who felt she had to wait too long to see movies with women who looked like her created a short film.
Parvinder Shergill, an actor, writer, and producer, said "Kaur" told the tale of a Sikh woman who decided to wear a turban in defiance of her father's wishes.
The last major motion picture with women from her background, according to her, was Bend it Like Beckham, which came out 20 years ago.
Dr. Shergill stated, "I didn't want to wait another 20 years.".
She chose to take on the burden of producing her own movie and enlisted Nina Wadia, who is well-known for her roles in Eastenders and Goodness Gracious Me.
The main character and her father have a falling out because he is reminded of the trauma he went through as a turban-wearing Sikh Pubjabi immigrant in Britain.
Dr. Shergill currently works at St. Mary's Hospital in London after growing up in Coventry, Birmingham, and Leicester.
Together with Juggy Sohal, she co-wrote the screenplay for the movie, and more than 70 South Asian women contributed to it, including The Apprentice winner Harpreet Kaur.
She intends to take the movie to schools and Gudwaras before turning it into a feature-length movie while it is currently touring festivals and Gudwaras.
She remarked: "I was struck by how stunning and visually arresting it is to see a woman wearing a turban in a Hollywood poster. ".
She wants to tell more Asian women's stories to a wider audience.