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The Dirty Picture
The Dirty Picture

The Dirty Picture

02 Dec, 2011


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This biographical drama has its roots in the life of a South Indian actress named Silk Smitha, who is no more now. This movie is apparently the portrayal of her life along with some life incidents of the other Southern artists like Nylon Nalini and Disco Shanti. The common aim of all these actresses was to do something unique, rather than being just a wallflower in the male-dominated film industry. The movie deftly unfolds the complex career journey of Silk Smitha.

The Dirty Picture Summary

Banner : Balaji Motion Pictures , ALT Entertainment

Director : Milan Luthria

Star : Vidya Balan , Naseeruddin Shah, Emraan Hashmi

Producer : Ekta Kapoor , Shobha Kapoor

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Can you think of a make-up girl who becomes an extra and then things take turn in her life and she becomes the most wanted heroines of the early eighties?

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The Dirty Picture movie review


By Friday Release Team - Nov 30, -0001 05:53 AM

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THE DIRTY PICTURE is a Hindi feature film which released on 2nd November, 2011. This film is another venture of Balaji with its hit team of ONCE UPON A TIME IN MUMBAI with a few changes such as Ajay Devgan, Kangna Ranawat etc. Otherwise the director Milan Luthria; the writer Rajat Arora and the actor Imraan Hashmi remain the same.

Story : This is the story of a highly ambitious lady who lives in a village. The lady is Vijayalakshmi (Vidya Balan) who wants to become a film actress. But her mother is not broad minded and doesn't like all these; hence she had arranged her marriage to cut her feathers so that she can't fly. Vidya is not at all ready for it and to fulfill her ambitions and...


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