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Gael Garcia Bernal will star as five-time world boxing champ Roberto Duran in "Hands of Stone."
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Growing up in India, Ashok Amritraj harbored two passions -- movies and tennis.
Before Hollywood seduced Ashok Amritraj into the business of entertainment, the transcontinental producer was himself an entertainer with a fierce backhand.
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