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Message from : ka on 1/22 2021, EMail: kafanidin88@hotmail.com

    Like Ashok, filmmakers in the West have tried for many years now to see and show the "real India" – imagining it as a land of unknowable contrasts, teeming poverty, boundless opportunities and exotic mysticism. And of course, brown people. The White Tiger, based on the 2008 Man Booker award winning book by Aravind Adiga, may or may not show a real India, but it definitely features real Indians. For Hollywood (and British cinema), where Peter Sellers as Hrundi V Bakshi in The Party (1968) and Sir Alec Guinness as Professor Godbole in A Passage to India (1984) could paint their faces brown and try to pass as Indians, a movie with an almost entirely Indian cast and crew is a step forward.[url=https://www.google.com/] google[/url]
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