Preems set for Bollywood holiday

Iyer, Shilpa Bharatan
November 2004
Variety;11/8/2004, Vol. 396 Issue 12, p13
Trade Publication
Features the films to be shown during the Diwali holiday in India in November 2004, which included contributions from dead Indian artists. "Veer zaara," which showcased music compositions from composer Madan Mohan; "Munghal-e-azam," featuring actress Madhubala, who died in 1968.


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