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'Elizabeth' Director Brings Indian Sensibility to Work

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'Elizabeth' Director Brings Indian Sensibility to Work

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'Elizabeth' Director Brings Indian Sensibility to Work

'Elizabeth' Director Brings Indian Sensibility to Work

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Shekhar Kapur, director of the movie Elizabeth: The Golden Age, has made two films about Queen Elizabeth I starring Cate Blanchett. He also has a significant production company based in London that focuses on products for the Asian market.

Kapur brings his Indian sensibilities to his Hollywood movies and his Hollywood business sense to his Asian projects.

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