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Stars defend Indian sex slavery film after box office flop

Updated : January 24, 2019 11:38 PM IST

The movie had proved tough to fund but opened in India in September after snaring awards on the global festival circuit.
Despite the big names and critical acclaim, it tanked in Noorani's home country, where audiences are more routinely fed a Bollywood diet of romance, song and dance.
Stars defend Indian sex slavery film after box office flop
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