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Hindi (English subtitles)
Orphaned brother and sister Pari and Chotu live in a remote village of Rajasthan with their aunt and uncle. As Chotu is blind, Pari must act as his eyes, making the two inseparable. Promising Chotu he will see by the time he is 9-years-old, Pari sees a poster of film star Shah Rukh Khan promoting a blind charity and is convinced he will be able to make their wish come true. Determined to find the film star, the siblings embark on an adventure across Rajasthan looking for the film set Shah Rukh Khan is rumored to be on. Encountering unlikely friends and dangerous foes along the way, this is a beautiful Indian family film about the determination and hope of young people and the kindness of strangers.
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