King of Bollywood
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|King of Bollywood|
|Directed by||Piyush Jha|
|Written by||Piyush Jha|
|Produced by||Piyush Jha|
|Edited by||Piyush Jha|
|Music by||Smoke, Ashutosh Phatak and Sanjay Divecha|
|Distributed by||iDream Production (through SPE Films India)|
|Box office||5 lakhs|
King of Bollywood is a 2004 Indian Hindi-language comedy film written, edited, directed and produced by Piyush Jha, starring Om Puri in the lead role. The film is a satire of the Hindi film industry (Bollywood).
British journalist Crystal Chaurasia decides to make a documentary about a faded Bollywood star of yesteryear, Karan Kumar. She follows KK as he tries to make his comeback with a new movie. Meanwhile, his son Rahul disapproves of his efforts, but he increasingly comes to like Crystal.
- Om Puri as Karan Kumar ("KK")
- Sophie Dahl as Crystal Chaurasia
- Diwakar Pundir as Rahul
- Kavita Kapoor as Mandira Kumar
- Manoj Pahwa as Ratnesh, Karan Kumar's secretary
- Murli Sharma as Sunny
The film released worldwide on 24 September 2004.
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