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Jaspreet Panglea and Primrose Jackson

By the 1990s many elements of British Society had completely relaxed their views on mixed race relationships. However, objections were still common. Studies showed that the South Asian populations in the UK had the lowest rates of marrying outside their cultural, religious and ethnic groups. We meet Jaspreet Panglea (Jaz), of Indian Sikh background, and Primrose Jackson, from Zimbabwe, who fell in love despite the expectations of Jaz’s family and community.
We see Jaz and Primrose’s wedding celebrations in Hounslow, London, one a Civil Ceremony where Primrose wore a white wedding dress, and the other at a Sikh temple during which she wore an Indian dress. Their wedding was a true fusion of cultures.

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