Once the "Jewel in the Crown" of the British Empire, India is now getting kicked in the crown jewels regularly by Hollywood. From movies to television shows and commercials, producers love a good laugh at the expense of Indian people and their funny accents, foods, songs, dances, and clothes. The most recent example premieres on NBC tonight. Outsourced, Ken Kwapis' adaptation of John Jeffcoat's movie, follows an American manager (Ben Rappaport) sent to India to oversee a call enter by his cost-cutting, job-shipping, U.S. novelties company. In honor, or perhaps dishonor, of the show, Complex compiled 13 incidences of Hollywood playing out Indians...

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