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Tongues on Fire presents: Bring on the Bollywood (cert tbc)

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Dir: Samir Bhamra 2021 | 134 mins

An acclaimed stage musical comes to the big screen

In this filmed recording of the theatrical presentation, Dr. Katrina Parwar returns to her ancestral home for her brother’s wedding. Little does she know, her parents plan to find her a suitor too. In true Bollywood fashion, Katrina wonders if she can find true love.

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