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(From The Economic Times)
Byline: EUROVISION/Rashmee Z Ahmed
The depths of a British winter, with unaccustomed snow flurries over grey London, are as far away as one can get from the cliched Indian summer. That was the time Rahman was delighting the sniffy West End with his tunes. Lagaan had scored a hit. Asoka was out, Devdas due to be released and to Western eyes, India was all about making a song and dance. Preferably in a Dimple Kapadia-inspired sequinned number. But it has withered, leaving in its wake two visions of India and Indians and illustrating the dipolar reality of the great Indian diaspora.
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