Families from India, Suriname, England and the Netherlands often watch Bollywood movies. In the modern age, these films address more and more controversial topics, triggering fierce discussions.

Bollywood movies play an important role in the lives of Indian families, also in the Diaspora in Suriname, England and the Netherlands. They watch them every day with all generations. The films form a guideline for proper standards and values. But in the modern age, more and more controversial topics are addressed in the films: rebellious youngsters, corrupt leaders and even homosexuality. These new movies trigger off fierce discussions.

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Title: De Bollywood revolutie
Year: 2012
Duration : 55 minutes
Category: Short Documentary
Edition: NFF 2012

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