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What can u say about BILLU BARBER?

Asked by Amol Jirapure, 19 Jan '09 03:55 pm
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Billu Barber is a story of a simple ordinary man who led an extraordinary life. Its a story set in today's day and age.

Bilas Rao Pardesi was living in his village with his wife Bindiya (Lara Dutta) and two great kids. He is known as Billu (Irrfan Khan), a village barber. Life was bitter sweet...we can say more sweet than bitter.

But his business is running low because he has not been able to upgrade himself according to the changing trends.

One day a superstar came into their lives and everything changed. A film unit visits his village to shoot a movie. It stars a superstar Sahir Khan (Shahrukh Khan), who was once Billu's school friend.

All at once, Billu's status in the village changes, and he becomes highly respected. Everyone wants him to meet the superstar.
But Billu is unsure, as he feels he cannot match the superstar's status. Besides, he fears that the star may not recognize him. He makes many attempts to meet the star, but fails. After all these hardships, he give ...more
Answered by PARTHA PATHAK, 19 Jan '09 04:02 pm

 
  
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It was a hit filim in malayalam .wait and see what will happen in hindi version
Answered by shyju, 19 Jan '09 03:59 pm

 
  
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Not a must watch but can be watched
Answered by varun shende, 19 Jan '09 04:32 pm

 
  
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Supposed to be a good film. . !
Answered by amreen, 19 Jan '09 03:56 pm

 
  
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Daadhi aacchi banata hai :)
Answered by conviction, 19 Jan '09 03:55 pm

 
  
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