The Underbelly Of Bollywood, Diversity In Video Games, And A Dispatch From Gitmo

Zeena Bhatia plays Poonam, an aging actress, in the new film Miss Lovely, which exposes India's underground porn industry. i

Zeena Bhatia plays Poonam, an aging actress, in the new film Miss Lovely, which exposes India's underground porn industry. DADA Films hide caption

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Zeena Bhatia plays Poonam, an aging actress, in the new film Miss Lovely, which exposes India's underground porn industry.

Zeena Bhatia plays Poonam, an aging actress, in the new film Miss Lovely, which exposes India's underground porn industry.

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Ashim Ahluwalia, director of the film Miss Lovely, talks about the dark side of Bollywood's film industry, an update on prisoners at Guantanamo Bay and a search for diversity in the video game world.

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