Chris Kattan goes to India to become a Bollywood star.
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 Himself (3 episodes, 2009)
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 Monty Kapoor (3 episodes, 2009)
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 Lalima Lakhani (3 episodes, 2009)
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 Priya Kapoor (3 episodes, 2009)
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 Beeji (3 episodes, 2009)
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 Himself (3 episodes, 2009)
Firdosh Mewawala ...
 Bhushan Khanna (3 episodes, 2009)
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 Reg Hunt (3 episodes, 2009)
Mahabanoo Mody-Kotwal ...
 Neerja Lakhani (2 episodes, 2009)
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 Herself (2 episodes, 2009)
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 Herself (2 episodes, 2009)
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 Kunti Kumar (2 episodes, 2009)
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 Girish (2 episodes, 2009)
Munish Sharma ...
 Rickshaw Kid (2 episodes, 2009)
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Kattan is tired of being rejected as leading-man material in Hollywood. He burns his professional bridges in L.A. and ventures to India in search of a starring role in a Bollywood film. While in India, he encounters cultural differences and the realization that making it big in Bollywood is not a sure thing. Written by Anonymous

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Hollywood's comic relief is India's leading man.

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6 August 2009 (USA)  »

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Hollywood "D" lister goes to India to be a movie hero with unexpected results.
10 August 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I didn't think I would like it, but once I started watching, I wanted to see the whole thing. Kattan was more multi-dimensional than I expected, and the culture of India was a major player. There's something about India - both gritty and glamorous - that really appeals to me. In that setting, Kattan is our everyman, a Hollywood narcissist with a heart of gold who just needs the reality of India to come around and become an authentic human being. The Indian cast was superb, I guess Keanu Reeves was funny (mocking himself completely), and Kattan's (real?) father was spot on. But Maya Rudolph, in a brief bit as Kattan's friend and father-sitter (back in the States), was brilliant. One bit said it all when she and Kattan were at the bar pre-India, and she was flicking the snacks out of the bowl at a bar because she was "looking for a good one." Perfect. On the whole, I liked it. It was charming and colorful.


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