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Though lacking genuine investigative heft and with obviously limited access to Dutt himself, the result is an absolutely fascinating survey.
A superior, very entertaining documentary.
An amusing account of the making of the Bollywood police thriller Shootout at Lokhandwala.
A lively glimpse into the making of a Bollywood gangster film.
The merry-go-round of coincidences keeps the film spinning. When all else fails, there are the riveting, on-the-rack emotions of the fiction film's director.
Takes you behind the scenes to show how a crappy lightweight blockbuster Bollywood film is made.
Vigorously edited and energetically shot, Mermin's film gradually runs out of steam, with too much repetitive on-set footage simply reiterating the message that film-making is a crazy business, in Mumbai or elsewhere.
This documentary could easily have lost 15 minutes, and needed some clearer focus on the ironies of Dutt's position, but it's an intriguing glimpse into the bustling, if sometimes dodgy, world of Bollywood.
Liz Mermin chronicles the chaos of the shoot while painting Dutt as a charismatic, if flawed, figure.
An eye-opening account of the production of a Hindi-language action movie that went on to be smash hit.
Entertaining documentary, enlivened by colourful characters, a fast-paced, chaotic style and a fascinating true story.
a rare and illuminating look at life on a Bollywood movie set
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