Amitabh Bachchan, Deepika Padukone’s ‘Piku’ finds success in distant Poland

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Piku ‘has opened a new chapter in Poland. We are creative in Poland want to see movies like this. It is a wonderful and cheerful comedy and allows us to keep up with the latest trends in the productions of Bollywood “, Janusz Krzyżowski, chairman of the Committee on Culture of the India-Poland, told IANS Krzyżowski is a person in Warsaw that has seen more than 200 Bollywood films. He has also translated into Polish Bollywood songs along with Urdu poet Surender Zahid. “The heroine, Deepika Padukone has impressed me a lot. I feel very close to her as she has called me a fatherly affection. I feel like taking it and I’m sure many serious people in the world must have felt for her in the same way. It is not surprising if people have begun to call Deepiku “Boguslaw Zakrewski observed a indophile and former Polish ambassador to Thailand, Portugal and Brazil.” A simple human story with many nuances. Amitabh Bachchan is simply superb and he is much better these days as an actor in his films unusual compared to previous action films. The man has the potential to be compared with any world class player “, Mariusz Krasniewski, professor at the Institute of Cultures of the Mediterranean and East, told IANS. Yashraj Films also had launched before daring film Rani Mukherji” Mardani ” . Rani had come specially for release in January this year. “Mardani” too was well received by Polish fans. The craze for Bollywood films began a decade ago when in November 2004, Karan Johar for “Kabhi Khushi , Khabhi Gham “was shown with subtitles in Polish. Shahrukh Khan became a household name in no time and his posters were sold in the thousands. Since then, Bollywood movies have become a regular topic of discussion for Poles ., especially among young people For them, India is an exotic destination

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