|Indian Independence March Extras|
(From left to right) Abisai Flores, Atul Singh, Brian Fisher, Nice Peter, Jose Molina, Dante Cimadamore, and Rafael Serrano as the Indian Independence March Extras with Gandhi
|Birth name||Varies (group cameo)|
|Hair||Varies (group cameo)|
|Eyes||Varies (group cameo)|
|Appeared in||Gandhi vs Martin Luther King Jr.|
|During||Gandhi's second and third verse|
|Location(s)||An Indian street|
The Indian Independence March Extras made a group cameo appearance in Gandhi vs Martin Luther King Jr. They were portrayed by Dante Cimadamore, Atul Singh, Jose Molina, Rafael Serrano, Abisai Flores, and Brian Fisher. The Caucasian preacher marching with them was portrayed by Nice Peter.
Information on the cameo
The Indian Independence March Extras represent those who marched in protest during the Indian Independence Movement from the 1850s to the 1940s. The movement involved many political and social organizations, as well as armed and unarmed struggle.
Appearance in the rap battle
They marched along with and stood behind Gandhi throughout the entirety of his second and third verse.