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“She’s a porn star, he’s a sex swami who wants to be John Travolta in “Grease” in this delightful screwball comedy,” writes Charles Taylor in Salon Magazine, in the process becoming one of the few critics who love this movie. “The Guru” kicks off with a […]

“She’s a porn star, he’s a sex swami who wants to be John Travolta in “Grease” in this delightful screwball comedy,” writes Charles Taylor in Salon Magazine, in the process becoming one of the few critics who love this movie. “The Guru” kicks off with a neat joke about cultural cross-pollination and burbles along with an infectious, agreeably silly sweetness. Determined to “follow the beat of your heart,” a young man named Ramu departs Bombay for New York City to become a star. His parents warn him that he’ll end up a waiter or a cab driver, but he’s so starry-eyed that it doesn’t phase him.”

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