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Bollywood focuses on opening up the West
by CONAL WALSH for the Observer

Wembley Arena has hosted many teen idols, but few have raised the roof quite like Shahrukh Khan. The heart-throb actor has hundreds of millions of fans in his native India - and more than enough in Britain, too, to fill our biggest venue.

published: March 19, 2006
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Bollywood makes its own Lolita
by KRITTIVAS MUKHERJEE for REUTERS

Director Ram Gopal Varma, known for unconventional films that break away from Bollywood's song-and-dance staple, says "Nishabd" (Silence) is about an old man's emotional tumult juxtaposed with awareness of his age.

"People say it is similar because it is about the love of an elderly man for a younger girl. My film is not an adaptation of Lolita," Varma said.

published: June 14, 2006
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Bollywood is more successful in UK than British-made films
by CHRIS HASTINGS and BETH JONES for the Daily Telegraph

For years, its colourful song and dance routines and improbable storylines were merely a source of amusement for British cinemagoers. But now, for the first time, Bollywood films are more successful in Britain than home-grown productions.

published: August 20, 2006
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Shakira may shake a leg for Bollywood film
REUTERS via the Scotsman

MUMBAI (Reuters) - Latino pop singer Shakira is interested in dancing for a Bollywood film that her Indian choreographer-filmmaker friend will begin shooting this year, a newspaper reported on Monday.

published: September 4, 2006
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A brief article by Tenley Woodman in the Boston Herald, on the popularity of Bollywood dance classes: [url=http://www.bostonherald.com/entertainment/arts_culture/view.bg?articleid=1157189]‘Jai Ho’-down - ‘Slumdog Millionaire’s’ Oscar success inspires local dance movement
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Im so interested to enroll for bollywood dance moves . Could anyone help me ?

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