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The 32nd Intl. Film Festival of India will unspool in Bangalore Oct. 10-20 with a special focus on American independent films.

Fest will also spotlight films made by Indian filmmakers living overseas, including Robin Khosla’s “Taj Mahal” and Piyush Pandya’s “American Desi.” Mira Nair’s “Monsoon Wedding” has been selected as the closing film.

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