BOMBAY - Two of the most famous directors in Bollywood, India, are Ashwani and Raheem Amanpreet. Together the brothers have won over 37 academy awards, 26 Emmy awards, and the president's award for penmanship.
The Amanpreets shared a win in last years Bollywood award for Best Director for their film Day of The Damn Bull, Night of The Freakin Cow, which tells the touching story of Lalita Roshan who grew up in poverty in New Delhi's notorious Little New York neighborhood.
As a baby Lalita did not drink milk from a bottle instead for the first six years of her life she had to drink milk straight from the cow.
Lalita would later say that the milk was not so bad, once you got past the smell of the ever-present cow shit.
Aishwarya Rai, who portrays Lalita in the film said that she actually got to spend about four days with the real Lalita Roshan who now lives in Mumbai where she works as a pole dancer at The Club Tit 4 Tat.
Rani Mukherjee plays the part of Sumati Bengali, who is the night manager at The Club Tit 4 Tat as well as the unlicensed tattoo artist at The Rat Tat Tat Tat Tattoo Parlor in downtown Mumbai.
And Preity Zinta portrays Veda Tula, a woman who was ostracized from her home in New Delhi for saying that she wishes she could sink her teeth into a big juicy Big Mac.
The film was rated "R" for rollicking.
The three Indian actresses Rai, Mukherjee, and Zinta will start filming on the Amanpreet brothers film which is the Indian version of Aaron Spelling's Charlie's Angels sometime in June.
The film is called Chandra's Angels and it follows the exploits and sexploits of three of India's most beautiful female insurance adjusters as they travel by rail from Bombay to Mumbai, New Delhi, Calcutta, Pondicherry, and Kanpur but not necessarily in that order.
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