King of Bollywood

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King of Bollywood
King of Bollywood (film).jpg
Directed by Piyush Jha
Written by Piyush Jha, Deepa Gahlot[1]
Starring Om Puri, Sophie Dahl, Murli Sharma
Music by Smoke
Release dates
  • September 24, 2004 (2004-09-24)
Country United Kingdom
Language Hindi

King of Bollywood is a 2004 Bollywood comedy film directed by Piyush Jha and starring Om Puri.[2] The film is a satire of the Hindi film industry.


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 move. Meanwhile his son Rahul disapproves of his efforts, but he increasingly comes to like Crystal.



The film released worldwide on September 24, 2004.


The music was composed by Smoke while Piyush Jha and Sudhakar Sharma wrote the lyrics.

  1. "My Heart Goes Dhak Dhak All The Time" (Kay Kay)
  2. "King Of Bollywood" (Chetan Shashital)
  3. "Tu Hai Sehari Babu, Babu (Shreya Ghoshal, Shaan)
  4. "Road Dancer, Road Dancer" (Kunal Ganjawala)


  1. ^ Pillai, Sreedhar (May 27, 2004). "Dig at Bollywood". The Hindu. Retrieved June 8, 2011. 
  2. ^ "Om shakti". The Sunday Tribune. September 12, 2004. Retrieved June 8, 2011. 

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