Mumbai: Almost Famous

Miller, Jocelyn; Maxwell, Kate
October 2008
Conde Nast Traveler;Oct2008, Vol. 43 Issue 10, p58
The article focuses on the proliferation of personalized hand-painted movie poster in Bollywood in Mumbai, India. It notes that Frenchwomen Sophie Legoubin-Caupeil and Sarah Loosdregt-Charlet revived the genre by recruiting artists to paint made-to-order versions of vintage posters using the photograph of the customer. It points out that this allows wannabes to immortalized as stars in Bollywood.


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