Bollywood meets Shakespeare in this twist on the Tempest
This article is from 2010.
A naïve young actress full of Bollywood sass is recruited to join a British theatre company in their production of The Tempest. What follows is a rather adolescent ghost story of improbable romance and revenge. Ankur Bahl gives an animated performance, shifting effortlessly between different characters with graceful dance and a charming sense of playfulness, but it is not quite enough to distract from the obscurity of the disconnected plot.
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