Mumbai, Jun 7 (UNI) Bollywood is doing a great job of being ambassador of the country in various parts of the world, as many neighbouring countries are getting attracted to music, dance and women of Hindi movies.
This was revealed by Ms Pallavi Aiyer, author of the book 'smoke and mirror: an experience of china', based on her experiences during her stay in the neighbouring gigantic country for five years from 2002, while working as a English teacher and correpondent for The Indian Express and The Hindu.
Speaking to mediapersons at launch of the book, published under fourth estate, an imprint of harpercollins here yesterday, Ms Aiyer said she has heard taxi drivers in China humming tunes of songs from films like ''Aawara'' and ''Karvan''.
Yesterday, the book was released by Jamshyd N Godrej, former CII president and chairman of Godrej and Boyce.
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