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Meera Syal beams receives a CBE from Prince Charles

Meera Syal receives a CBE from Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace | Daily Mail Online

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The House of Hidden Mothers by Meera Syal

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from delicious. magazine

Fish soup

This vibrant fish soup recipe from actress, Meera Syal, makes a big portion – freeze what you don’t eat and defrost for a lazy midweek dinner.

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The House of Hidden Mothers by Meera Syal

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"Exclusive Interview with Meena from Meera Syal's Anita and Me" Amrit catches up with Chandeep Uppal, Anita and Me star that played the lead character in Meera Syal’s film adaptation in 2002. The 25-year-old tells Amrit all about how her career kicked off as an actor from the young age of 13, after she begged and pleaded her mum to take her to the casting call for Anita and Me..

"Exclusive Interview with Meena from Meera Syal's Anita and Me" Amrit catches up with Chandeep Uppal, Anita and Me star that played the lead character in Meera Syal’s film adaptation in 2002. The 25-year-old tells Amrit all about how her career kicked off as an actor from the young age of 13, after she begged and pleaded her mum to take her to the casting call for Anita and Me..

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Meera Syal - Meera Syal was born on June 27, 1961 in Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England as Feroza Syal. She is an actress and writer, known for Beautiful Thing (1996), The Kumars at No. 42 (2001) and Scoop (2006). She has been married to Sanjeev Bhaskar since January 21, 2005. They have 1 child. Her parents moved to England from New Delhi before she was born.

from the Guardian

Meera Syal deplores Michael Gove's policy to exclude books that inspired her to write

Meera Syal:: ' In a multicultural country, we should "broaden the curriculum rather than narrow it'. Photograph: Antonio Olmos for the Observer