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Bollywood is fast becoming the toast of London and other cities in Europe

By Priyanka Khanna, IANS

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Bollywood is fast becoming the toast of London and other cities in Europe.

While connoisseurs of good cinema have selected National Award winner Rituparno Ghosh's first Hindi film "Raincoat" for screening at this year's London Film Festival, Londoners looking for plain and simple entertainment are desperately seeking Bollywood.

Shahrukh Khan WallpapersStage shows that have become passť in the Americas, Dubai and India are doing roaring business in the former colonial capital. In fact, no one could get enough of megastar Shah Rukh Khan at the concert "Temptation 2004" that was held in Amsterdam last week. Frenzied crowds mobbed "King Khan" and all his shows in Britain and Europe have been long sold out.

Reports say that in Amsterdam, sores of people camped outside his hotel after the show just to get a glimpse of the superstar.

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