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Poster Boy: Gajraj Rao

Gajraj Rao's winning performance in Badhaai Ho is changing how Indians think of middle-aged romance

The last time Gajraj Rao was on a film poster was in 2007, for Anurag Kashyap's Black Friday. Rao played Dawood Phanse, a conspirator in the 1993 bomb blasts in Bombay, so he was bald. Eleven years later, he makes the poster for

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