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Bollywood Queen is an Indian take on the William Shakespeare play Romeo and Juliet, directed by Jeremy Wooding and starring Preeya Kalidas and James McAvoy in the lead roles. Also produced by Jeremy Wooding, the film was released in 2003. Geena (Preeya Kalidas) is a young Indian girl, a Bollywood fanatic, from a respectable Gujarati family. She has finished school, and is at university doing a business studies course. She is dating Dilip (Ronny Jhutti), an ambitious computer whizz, but wants her love life to be like it is in the movies. However, Dilip only wants sex. Geena's family own Ganesh Global- a clothing company which imports materials and saris from India. Geena has a part-time job working in the shop. She is also in a secret band with two other girls, Anjali (Kat Bhathena) and Neeta (Karen Shenaz David). Jay (James McAvoy) is a young Scottish boy, who joins his brother Dean (Ciarán McMenamin) in London, who also works in the clothing industry, for someone called Frank (Ian...
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