Bollywood Meets Pretty Woman

I was pleasantly surprised while watching movie “Inside Man” as it started with a famous Bollywood song directed by A R Rahman.

I found this phenomenon pretty interesting and believed that “music” has no specific language or culture barrier. As long as it sounds nice it appeals people – regardless of the global boundary.

I was even more startled while watching Lords of War last week which has another theme music composed by A R Rahman again, from a famous bollywood movie called Bombay.

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Mumbai Movie Madness

Alarmists and concerned parents around the United States are growing increasingly worried about the state of entertainment in the United States. It’s becoming more and more difficult to go to see a decent film without worrying about seeing heaps of violence and acts of moral depravity, they say. Drug usage is rampant and viewed in a positive light. Everyone and their cousin sleeps with everyone else – and their cousin. The complaints are many and the studies could fill a library, but the solutions are few. Enter my proposed solution: watch more movies made in India.

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