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Bollywood lights struggle to reach Kashmir

As India's cinema industry celebrates 100 years, the country's northwestern region has no movie houses.

Last Modified: 06 May 2013 04:11
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India is celebrating 100 years of Bollywood.

The billion dollar cinema industry attracts a global audience even if some people do not understand the language.

But as Sohail Rahman reports, there is one place in India where the bright lights of Bollywood are struggling to reach.

 

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