India’s Celebrity Hunters

by Beckypublished on 30th March 2023

India is obsessed with its stars – from the entertainment world to cricket. An insatiable thirst for celebrity gossip and glimpses into their personal lives means there is never a shortage of paparazzi hovering close by, ready to capture that candid moment. This 101 East documentary meets the paparazzi behind the lens.

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