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Bollywood, Comedy, Musicals
English / Hindi / Punjabi
Have you ever imagined what you might get if you crossed Jane Austen's England with the colour, music and energy of India? This modern Bollywood updating of Pride & Prejudice does just that - retelling the story of a mother's hilarious attempts to marry off her five spirited and slightly stubborn daughters. Starring Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai, the film combines the excitement of the daughters' romances with lavish Bollywood musical numbers, putting a hugely enjoyable spin on a classic British love story.
A film guide that looks at Bride & Prejudice (2004), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
This resource uses the film adaptation of Pride and Prejudice to develop understanding of the text.
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