Helen, Queen of the Nautch Girls (1973)

  |  Short, Documentary, Musical



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25 November 2006 | catmydogs
6
| Fun documentary
I saw this documentary on the Bombay Talkie DVD released by Home Vision. Of course, HV is out of business now, so tracking down this DVD and documentary might be a bit difficult. However, the documentary is quite fun, much more so than the actual film.

The focus is on Helen, suppposedly a very famous Bollywood dancer who has appeared in hundreds and hundreds of Bollywood films. Most of these appearances were musical numbers, and a few of them are offered in this documentary. Quite a lot of fun to watch, and that's saying something, considering how I don't really like Bollywood. The documentary was made in the early 70's when Helen was still in her prime, so her interviews and the film clips go well, hand-in-hand. Check it out if you find it.

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Short | Documentary | Musical

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Release Date:

March 1973

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Bombay, India

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