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Muhammad Irfan wants to make Bollywood-style movies. His goal is not as far-fetched as it might once have seemed.

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Such rapprochement can't come too soon for would-be filmmakers like Irfan. "There are so many companies looking for good material in India," he said. "They are already established. They have all the channels. They know how to do marketing, they know how much things are going to cost. All I have to do is present the idea to them and they'll hire me as the director." 


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