Everyone in Mumbai (well, almost) dreams of being in the movies. They dream of red-carpet openings, of lights-camera-action magic, of fame and fortune, and they struggle because those dreams are heady, powerful stuff. But what happens if you’re a complete outsider, without a godfather or a backer? In Waisi Wali Picture, director Samar Khan shows you a grittier and seedier side of Bollywood. Here are the ones who don’t give up, who remain hell-bent upon making it big and won’t give up any opportunity — even if it is in a ‘C’-grade film.
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