It's a spoof. The voice-over is by an English comedian, Harry Enfield - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia . It is sending up an attitude and an accent that was characteristic of the period before WWII (which gave women the chance to show that they were every bit as competent as men - some would say more). It's certainly not Indian, although - by aiming for extreme RP - it may share some characteristics of an Indian accent.
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