Chris Kattan goes to India to become a Bollywood star.









Series cast summary:
 Himself (3 episodes, 2009)
 Monty Kapoor (3 episodes, 2009)
 Lalima Lakhani (3 episodes, 2009)
 Priya Kapoor (3 episodes, 2009)
Ruma Sengupta ...
 Beeji (3 episodes, 2009)
 Himself (3 episodes, 2009)
Firdosh Mewawala ...
 Bhushan Khanna (3 episodes, 2009)
 Reg Hunt (3 episodes, 2009)
Mahabanoo Mody-Kotwal ...
 Neerja Lakhani (2 episodes, 2009)
 Herself (2 episodes, 2009)
 Herself (2 episodes, 2009)
 Kunti Kumar (2 episodes, 2009)
ishQ Bector ...
 Girish (2 episodes, 2009)
Munish Sharma ...
 Rickshaw Kid (2 episodes, 2009)


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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1.78 : 1
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Kattan is more than a monkey-boy
11 August 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have really no use for Bollywood films. I've tried to watch a bit on those long trans-Atlantic flights where you get the movies for free, but just couldn't pull off more than a few minutes... call me the uncultured American, if you must. But watching actual Bollywood is about as relevant to this film as watching old kung-fu flicks is to "Kill Bill" - it might enhance your experience, but as long as you know what the genre is about, that'll do.

Chris Kattan does a great job with this, as do all the Indian actors. Hey, just because I don't watch Bollywood doesn't mean I can't appreciate some of the talent it produces. I was fully ready to rate this mini higher on the strength of the first episode, which produced some good full on laugh out loud moments (the scene with Keanu Reeves doing his best interpretation of Keanu Reeves being one of them). Unfortunately, parts two and three pretty quickly turned into your standard rom/com fare, but Kattan proved he had the range to finally do some of the "rom" part in that equation. Long story short: starts strong but finishes a bit cookie-cutter. All in all, worth the watch. 7/10

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