Untitled Kevin Lima Bollywood Musical
Untitled Kevin Lima Bollywood Musical SynopsisTwo monkeys try to stop an ancient demon from conquering the world.
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Untitled Kevin Lima Bollywood Musical Credits
Starring: Lea Michele and Rohan Chand
Written by: Gurinder Chadha and David Sussman
Directed by: Kevin Lima
Produced by: Paul Mayeda Berges, Gurinder Chadha, Christopher Chase, and Lisa Stewart
Distributor: 20th Century Fox
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