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A Poster Boy Indian Cinema Poster Art (Hardcover)

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A Poster Boy Raghbeer, Anjali/ Saarsar, Deepak M. (ART) 1 of 1
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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 8183281931
ISBN-13: 9788183281935
Sku: 221775111
Publish Date: 10/12/2012
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 11.5H x 9L x 0.25T
Pages:  24
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Yash Raj Studios.He had dreamt of this moment. At the studio where he''d take his screen test, they''d see how good he was. He''d blow them away with his acting. They''d sign him up for a film right there and then. He''d have his own make up van. He''d be a professional!Akshay arrives in Mumbai, the Indian cin industry''s mecca, starry-eyed with a dream of becoming a famous actor like every seventh person who comes to the city. The friend he had relied on doesn''t seem to be much of a friend when Akshay really needs him.Will Akshay still manage to become the next super star of Hindi films? Or is there something else in store?In A Poster Boy, Anjali Raghbeer shares Akshay''s quest for stardom and the trials he endures. Join his fascinating journey that takes us on a nostalgic trip to the captivating world of hand painted Indian film posters.
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When Vijay follows his dream of becoming a star, he moves to Mumbai and finds that the friend he was relying on is not much of a friend.
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