British playwright Parv Bancil skewers the mainstream fad for Bollywood, bindis, and other elements of Indian culture in this half-hour video documentary Goodness Ungracious Me! and Goodness Gracious Me! (2002), whose title tweaks a popular BBC sketch-comedy program that makes light of British Asian social cliches. Barely disguising his contempt, Bancil interviews a mix of Asians and Anglos as they joyfully exit a performance of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Bollywood Dreams; the Asians celebrate the show as proof of their assimilation while the Anglos fetishize its exoticism. Also on the program is Brown Like Dat (34 min.), a clunky video documentary by Raeshem Nijhon that examines the emergence of Southeast Asian hip-hop in North America.