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Bollywood and Vine (2004)

An Indian tour bus driver in Hollywood gets more than he bargained for when he writes a comeback vehicle for his idol, reclusive actress Delilah Leigh.

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Delilah Leigh
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Bhuvan Bannerji
J.R. Jones ...
Devin Leigh
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Neighbor
Gunvant Patel ...
Mr. Bannerji
Urmila Patel ...
Mrs. Bannerji
Justin Osterthaler ...
Movie Monsters
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'R.I.P.' TV Host
Robert Lynch ...
'R.I.P.' TV Host
Stig Lindow ...
Tourist
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Tourist / Hostage (as Wiley 'Skeet' Oscar)
Meghan Mazer ...
Tourist
Nancy Sepulveda ...
Tourist
Ed Slaughter ...
Tourist
John LeMieux ...
Local News Reporter
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The Bannerji's are Bengali-speaking Americans who live in Massachusetts along with their son, Bhuvan. The family operates a tour bus called 'Bannerji Tours' that takes tourists to special spots in Hollywood. Bhuvan is enthralled with yesteryear actress, Delilah Leigh, and will do anything to get her to act in his scripted Bollywood movie. Whenever he drives the tour bus, he makes it a point to stop near her house. Then one day his patience pays off, he spots her, she waves at the bus, and the two eventually meet each other. The Bannerji's will soon find out that their son is going to be involved with Delilah's gay son, Devin; kidnapping, and a sudden death - events that will change their lives forever. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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25 October 2005 (USA)  »

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2008 - Being adapted as a stage musical comedy for Broadway. See more »

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Neighbor: [with disapproval] Oh. He's a filmmaker. What restaurant does he work at?
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Excellent Premise
6 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have never been a particularly huge fan of independent films, but this move has definitely changed my opinion of the 'Independent Film'. This movie was thoughtfully written and very well performed by all of the actors. I was especially impressed by the performance put forward by Jamie Schrick. His performance in this epic was extremely believable and well executed. I was, however, very disappointed to find out that he hasn't been in more films. This young man was excellent in this film and I feel that he shows real promise and would be great in other films as well. We definitely need to see more of this man in future movie productions! Somebody out there needs to sign this guy up and sign him soon! See ya at the movies!


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