I think people think that I would just wake up in the morning and do Bollywood or the waltz, things I had never done before.
Sometimes the two work symbiotically—a number of Bollywood stars like Shah Rukh Khan promote skin lighteners in print and on TV.
Bollywood could not have cast the candidates more devilishly than the Iranians themselves.
It was time to loosen these constraints, let the plot freely borrow from whatever genre it pleased: adventure, Bollywood, fantasy.
Like in most Bollywood films, the narrative aims to be both larger than life and yet believable.
It just happens that the biggest movie in Bollywood history is completely illogical.
Bollywood Hero, airing on IFC on August 6-8, and described as a “Bollywood musical mini-series event,” is hoping to change that.
A Bollywood superstar is shaking up Indian middle-class values with an Oprah-like talk show.
But what difference does Bollywood make on a diverse culture one billion strong?
Bollywood Hero, despite being conceived by Monsoon Wedding writer Sabrina Dhawan, is ultimately awkward and clichéd.