A little romance, some intrigue and a whole lot of dancing and music are the hallmarks of the films made in India. Moviemakers there produce about 1,000 films a year that bring in billions of dollars globally. Classic Indian movies can be up to four hours long and have an intermission built in. Modern efforts aren't …
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