Bollywood Boy

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John Murray, 2003 - History - 264 pages
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Welcome to Bollywood. Enter Hrithik Roshan, new idol of the silver screen, seducing both the industry and the women of India in a flurry of triceps and biceps, tight T-shirts and slick dance moves. This work follows Hrithik's meteoric rise through the celluloid firmament.

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Hardy's tale of fame and fortune in India's Bollywood sheds light on the subcontinent's obsessive adulation of its own tinsel town. Each year India makes twice the number of pictures produced in ... Read full review

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Bollywood Boy englobes all the dark facets of bollywood and what people can do to be in the race for stardom . Read full review

About the author (2003)

Justine Hardy has been based in and out of India for the last twelve years as a journalist, writer and documentary maker. Her first book, "The Ochre Border: A Journy through the Tibetan Frontierlands," was published in 1995. "Scoop-wallah: Life on a Delhi Daily," published in 1999, was shortlisted for the Thomas Cook Travel Award. "Goat: A Story of Kashmir and Notting Hill" came out in 2000.

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