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India’s Movie Industry Gets a New Script

• A blockbuster challenges the dominance of Bollywood releases

• “A great story … and great special effects can break all the myths”

Bollywood movies have long hewed to a timeworn formula: They’re produced by big studios mainly in Mumbai, filmed in the Hindi language, and sprinkled throughout with catchy tunes and high-powered dance numbers. But a new release from India’s southern region that’s taken in almost $250

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