The loosely autobiographical comedy is focused on a mixed-race family and stars Vee as a domineering mother, with her husband played by Danish actor Kim Bodnia (Killing Eve, The Bridge).
A taster for Winning was recently shot in London and is being produced by Roughcut (Stath Lets Flats, People Just Do Nothing). Vee wrote the script with London-based Canadian comedian Monica Heisey (Schitt's Creek).
Born Sindhu Venkatanarayanan in India, former Edinburgh Comedy Award best newcomer nominee Vee is married to a Danish banker, has three children and lives in London. Her stand-up has reflected upon the battle of the sexes within marriage and the need to ruthlessly "win" arguments at all costs for the good of the family "unit", a routine she performed on Live At The Apollo in 2019.
Her acting credits include Rose Matafeo's Starstruck, currently airing on BBC One, Feel Good and Sex Education, as well as Sindhu Vee's Live And Let Love, a 2018 comedy short she made with Roughcut for Sky Arts, co-starring Shelley Conn, Adam Leese and comedian Jeff Mirza.
Vee is currently set to resume her stand-up tour Alphabet in Huddersfield on the 11th of September.
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