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|name = {{PAGENAME}}
 
|name = {{PAGENAME}}
|actor =
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|actor = Nathalie Kelley
|image = Alishba 1.jpg
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|image = Neela 1.jpg
|AKA = {{Alishbo}}
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|AKA = {{Wiki|Gaijin}}
 
|born =
 
|born =
 
|status = Alive
 
|status = Alive
|residence = [[Lahore, Pakistan]]
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|residence = [[Tokyo, Japan]]
 
|profession = High school student (senior)
 
|profession = High school student (senior)
 
|gender = Female
 
|gender = Female
 
|haircolor = Brown
 
|haircolor = Brown
 
|eyecolor = Brown
 
|eyecolor = Brown
|relatives = Saima Jowdat (Mother)
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|relatives = Unnamed mother (deceased)
|loves = [[Raja Hussain Iqbal]] (boyfriend)<br>[[Ahad Ali]] (formerly)
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|loves = [[Sean Boswell]] (boyfriend)<br>[[Takashi]] (formerly)
|friends = [[Arisha Tahir]]<br>[[Leena Junaid]]<br>[[Alina Adnan]]
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|friends = [[Han Seoul-Oh]]<br>[[Twinkie]]<br>[[Morimoto]] (formerly)
 
|otheractor =
 
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|appearances = {{F|3}}<br>{{F|7}}<ref group="note">Archive footage from ''Tokyo Drift''</ref>
 
|appearances = {{F|3}}<br>{{F|7}}<ref group="note">Archive footage from ''Tokyo Drift''</ref>
|fullname = Alishba Jowdat}}
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Alishba is the daughter of a teacher and the former girlfriend of Ahad Ali.<ref name="TD">''[[The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift]]''</ref> A supporting character in ''[[The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift]]'', Alishba befriends Raja Hussain Iqbal an Pakistani expat who she later becomes romantically involved with.
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'''Neela''' is the daughter of a hostess and the former girlfriend of [[Takashi]].<ref name="TD">''[[The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift]]''</ref> A supporting character in ''[[The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift]]'', Neela befriends [[Sean Boswell]], an American expat who she later becomes romantically involved with.
   
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
 
===Early Life===
 
===Early Life===
Alishba was born and raised by her mother, worked as a teacher in {{Wiki|Lahore}}. At some point, Alishba met and befriended Ahad Ali.
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Neela was born and raised by her mother, worked as a hostess in {{Wiki|Kabukicho}}. Neela was considered by the locals a "Gaijin" and was teased mercilessly because she was a foreigner. At some point, Neela met and befriended Takashi. When Neela was ten, her mother died.<ref name="TD"/>
   
At a young age, Alishba and Ahad developed an interest for drifting. Their interest was such that the Alishba and her friends would cut class to travel up to the mountain to watch the older kids they knew drift in their cars.<ref name="TD"/> Eventually, Alishba and Ahad became romantic and they began to date. However, Ahad became possessive of Alishba and slowly became someone she felt unsafe with.
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An orphan with nowhere to turn, was taken in by Takashi's grandmother At a young age, Neela and Takashi developed an interest for drifting. Their interest was such that the Neela and her friends would cut class to travel up to the mountain to watch the older kids they knew drift in their cars.<ref name="TD"/> Eventually, Neela and Takashi's became romantic and they began to date. However, Takashi became possessive of Neela and slowly became someone she felt unsafe with.
   
 
===''The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift''===
 
===''The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift''===
Alishba is among the first students in a class that Raja Hussain Iqbal arrived late to at Beacon-House Newlands to notice him. At the [[parking garage]] where illegal street races are held and observed, Alishba arrives in her [[Mazda RX-8|2004 Mazda RX-8]] and complains about the responsiveness of her car to Saif and Sana. Hussain approaches her, using her car a way speak with her.
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Neela is among the first students in a class that Sean Boswell arrived late to at Madakura High School to notice him. At the [[parking garage]] where illegal street races are held and observed, Neela arrives in her [[Mazda RX-8|2004 Mazda RX-8]] and complains about the responsiveness of her car to [[Earl]] and [[Reiko]]. Sean approaches her, using her car a way speak with her.
   
While Alishba is amused by Hussain's self-professed love for cars, she evades his questions about where she was from. Their conversation is interrupted when Ahad steps and insults Hussain, calling him a "Worthless". Hussain attempted to defend Alishba's right to speak with him, inadvertently challenging Ahad to a race, which Alishba was against.
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While Neela is amused by Sean's self-professed love for cars, she evades his questions about where she was from. Their conversation is interrupted when Takashi steps and insults Sean, calling him a "Gaijin". Sean attempted to defend Neela's right to speak with him, inadvertently challenging Takashi to a race, which Neela was against.
   
After Hussain loses the race, Alishba meets him some time after he has fallen under the debt of Syed Hamza Amir. Alishba makes light of the fact that they've run into each other again and asked what he was doing in the area. Hussain makes light of the fact that he met with Ahad when he was with Hamza. Alishba warns him that he wants no part of the world she and Alishba live him, but Hussain assumes that her association with it makes it good enough be in.
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After Sean loses the race, Neela meets him some time after he has fallen under the debt of [[Han Seoul-Oh]]. Neela makes light of the fact that they've run into each other again and asked what he was doing in the area. Sean makes light of the fact that he met with Takashi when he was with Han. Neela warns him that he wants no part of the world she and Takashi live him, but Sean assumes that her association with it makes it good enough be in.
   
Alishba, however, is quick to remind him that he doesn't know anything about her as a person. Hussain makes the mistake of assuming that her reasoning stemmed from the fact that he was considered a "Worthless". Alishba is quick to tell Hussain he was wrong and distanced herself from him.
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Neela, however, is quick to remind him that he doesn't know anything about her as a person. Sean makes the mistake of assuming that her reasoning stemmed from the fact that he was considered a "Gaijin". He makes the mistake of assuming she was an angry army brat whose parents neglected her and that she found a "family" with Takashi and his group. Upset, Neela is quick to tell Sean he was wrong and distanced herself from him.
   
Some time after Hussain begins to learn how to drift, Alishba encounters him again. She watches him break up a fight between Ali Hamza Zaidi and Asif Masood, who wanted a refund for the ipod he bought from Hamza. Hussain gives Asif his ipod, embarrassing Hamza, who realizes everyone will want refunds for the products they bought from him. Amused, Alishba remarks to Hussain that it wasn't easy being the "hero" of that situation. Hussain apologizes for what he said to her the other night. Alishba accepted his apology and when the two meet again, Hussain has mastered drifting and beat Asif in a race.
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Some time after Sean begins to learn how to drift, Neela encounters him again. She watches him break up a fight between [[Twinkie]] and Morimoto, who wanted a refund for the ipod he bought from Twinkie. Sean gives Morimoto his ipod, embarrassing Twinkie, who realizes everyone will want refunds for the products they bought from him. Amused, Neela remarks to Sean that it wasn't easy being the "hero" of that situation. Sean apologizes for what he said to her the other night. Neela accepted his apology and when the two meet again, Sean has mastered drifting and beat Morimoto in a race.
   
The two have dinner the following night and Alishba confides in Hussain about her childhood. The consequences of Hussain and Alishba getting to know each other, however, provokes Ahad, who assasults Hussain and warns him to stay away from Alishba. When Alishba sees a bruised Hussain arrive at school, she visits Ahad's place and declares that their relationship is over.
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The two have dinner the following night and Neela confides in Sean about her childhood and her dead mother. The consequences of Sean and Neela getting to know each other, however, provokes Takashi, who assasults Sean and warns him to stay away from Neela. When Neela sees a bruised Sean arrive at school, she visits Takashi's place and declares that their relationship is over.
   
Ahad purported that the two of them weren't so different and insults her mother, recounting that her mother was considered "the best trick" in Lahore when Alishba was a child. Ahad believed Alishba would've ended up like her mother if his family hadn't taken her in when they did. Alishba warns him to leave her mother out of their argument and poses the question whether or not anyone would pay him any mind if it weren't for the reputation his uncle earned as a member of the Mafia Chain In Lahore.
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Takashi purported that the two of them weren't so different and insults her mother, recounting that her mother was considered "the best trick" in Kabukicho when Neela was a child. Takashi believed Neela would've ended up like her mother if his family hadn't taken her in when they did. Neela warns him to leave her mother out of their argument and poses the question whether or not anyone would pay him any mind if it weren't for the reputation his uncle earned as a member of the {{Wiki|Yakuza}}.
   
Following her confrontation with Ahad, she moves in with Syed Hamza Amir crew. When Ahad confronts Hamza for stealing money from his uncle, Alishbais forced to escape the garage with Hussain when Ahad and Asif attack Hamza and the others. Alishba accompanies Hussain inside his [[Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII]] during their escape from Ahad and Alishba. When the tail of the Lancer is clipped, the two flee the car and witness Hamza die.
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Following her confrontation with Takashi, she moves in with Han crew. When Takashi confronts Han for stealing money from his uncle, Neela is forced to escape the garage with Sean when Takashi and Morimoto attack Han and the others. Neela accompanies Sean inside his [[Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII]] during their escape from Takashi and Morimoto. When the tail of the Lancer is clipped, the two flee the car and witness Han die.
   
Afterwards at Hussain's dad's house, Ahad shows up and threatens to kill Hussain. Alishba volunteers to leave with Ahad to avoid any bloodshed. Hussain shows up to make a deal with Ahad's uncle, Alishba tells him that he shouldn't be there. After the race down the mountain in which Ahad is beaten, Alishba is free of Ahad and his uncle and happily dates Hussain.
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Afterwards at Sean's dad's house, Takashi shows up and threatens to kill Sean. Neela volunteers to leave with Takashi to avoid any bloodshed. Sean shows up to make a deal with Takashi's uncle, Neela tells him that he shouldn't be there. After the race down the mountain in which DK is beaten, Neela is free of Takashi and Kamata and happily dates Sean. Following Sean's meeting with [[Dominic Toretto]], Neela acts as the starter for their race.
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==Trivia==
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*Neela's appearance in ''[[Furious 7]]'' is archive footage from ''The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift''.<ref name="F7">''[[Furious 7]]''</ref> [[Nathalie Kelley]] is not credited.
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*In a deleted scene for ''Tokyo Drift'', Neela meets Sean Boswell in the subway, prior to his late arrival to the Madakura High School. She prevents Sean Boswell from fighting with Morimoto when she offers to hold his bag and throws it onto the train.<ref name="TD"/><ref name="NeelaScene">[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m784FHJUO5M The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift Deleted Scene - "Thank Me Later"]</ref>
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==

Revision as of 04:08, July 23, 2018


Neela is the daughter of a hostess and the former girlfriend of Takashi.[1] A supporting character in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, Neela befriends Sean Boswell, an American expat who she later becomes romantically involved with.

Biography

Early Life

Neela was born and raised by her mother, worked as a hostess in Kabukicho. Neela was considered by the locals a "Gaijin" and was teased mercilessly because she was a foreigner. At some point, Neela met and befriended Takashi. When Neela was ten, her mother died.[1]

An orphan with nowhere to turn, was taken in by Takashi's grandmother At a young age, Neela and Takashi developed an interest for drifting. Their interest was such that the Neela and her friends would cut class to travel up to the mountain to watch the older kids they knew drift in their cars.[1] Eventually, Neela and Takashi's became romantic and they began to date. However, Takashi became possessive of Neela and slowly became someone she felt unsafe with.

The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift

Neela is among the first students in a class that Sean Boswell arrived late to at Madakura High School to notice him. At the parking garage where illegal street races are held and observed, Neela arrives in her 2004 Mazda RX-8 and complains about the responsiveness of her car to Earl and Reiko. Sean approaches her, using her car a way speak with her.

While Neela is amused by Sean's self-professed love for cars, she evades his questions about where she was from. Their conversation is interrupted when Takashi steps and insults Sean, calling him a "Gaijin". Sean attempted to defend Neela's right to speak with him, inadvertently challenging Takashi to a race, which Neela was against.

After Sean loses the race, Neela meets him some time after he has fallen under the debt of Han Seoul-Oh. Neela makes light of the fact that they've run into each other again and asked what he was doing in the area. Sean makes light of the fact that he met with Takashi when he was with Han. Neela warns him that he wants no part of the world she and Takashi live him, but Sean assumes that her association with it makes it good enough be in.

Neela, however, is quick to remind him that he doesn't know anything about her as a person. Sean makes the mistake of assuming that her reasoning stemmed from the fact that he was considered a "Gaijin". He makes the mistake of assuming she was an angry army brat whose parents neglected her and that she found a "family" with Takashi and his group. Upset, Neela is quick to tell Sean he was wrong and distanced herself from him.

Some time after Sean begins to learn how to drift, Neela encounters him again. She watches him break up a fight between Twinkie and Morimoto, who wanted a refund for the ipod he bought from Twinkie. Sean gives Morimoto his ipod, embarrassing Twinkie, who realizes everyone will want refunds for the products they bought from him. Amused, Neela remarks to Sean that it wasn't easy being the "hero" of that situation. Sean apologizes for what he said to her the other night. Neela accepted his apology and when the two meet again, Sean has mastered drifting and beat Morimoto in a race.

The two have dinner the following night and Neela confides in Sean about her childhood and her dead mother. The consequences of Sean and Neela getting to know each other, however, provokes Takashi, who assasults Sean and warns him to stay away from Neela. When Neela sees a bruised Sean arrive at school, she visits Takashi's place and declares that their relationship is over.

Takashi purported that the two of them weren't so different and insults her mother, recounting that her mother was considered "the best trick" in Kabukicho when Neela was a child. Takashi believed Neela would've ended up like her mother if his family hadn't taken her in when they did. Neela warns him to leave her mother out of their argument and poses the question whether or not anyone would pay him any mind if it weren't for the reputation his uncle earned as a member of the Yakuza.

Following her confrontation with Takashi, she moves in with Han crew. When Takashi confronts Han for stealing money from his uncle, Neela is forced to escape the garage with Sean when Takashi and Morimoto attack Han and the others. Neela accompanies Sean inside his Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII during their escape from Takashi and Morimoto. When the tail of the Lancer is clipped, the two flee the car and witness Han die.

Afterwards at Sean's dad's house, Takashi shows up and threatens to kill Sean. Neela volunteers to leave with Takashi to avoid any bloodshed. Sean shows up to make a deal with Takashi's uncle, Neela tells him that he shouldn't be there. After the race down the mountain in which DK is beaten, Neela is free of Takashi and Kamata and happily dates Sean. Following Sean's meeting with Dominic Toretto, Neela acts as the starter for their race.

Trivia

  • Neela's appearance in Furious 7 is archive footage from The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift.[2] Nathalie Kelley is not credited.
  • In a deleted scene for Tokyo Drift, Neela meets Sean Boswell in the subway, prior to his late arrival to the Madakura High School. She prevents Sean Boswell from fighting with Morimoto when she offers to hold his bag and throws it onto the train.[1][3]

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Notes

  1. Archive footage from Tokyo Drift

References

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