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Dhami, Narinder.
New York : Delacorte, 2005.
IL 3-6, RL 4.6
ISBN 0385902158
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The Dhillon sisters are back with a new adventure.  Forced to participate in endless school fundraisers due to the alleged indiscretion of the principal, the girls are excited to help with the latest idea.  The school is hosting a Bollywood party.  Both Auntie and Mr. Arora are working on the planning.  But the girls get a great idea.  They have found out that Molly Mahal is living nearby.  She was big in the 1980s but hasn't done any Bollywood films in a long time.  But the girls can't help but think what a big draw a real Bollywood start would be.  So off they go in search of Molly Mahal.  What they find is not at all what they expected.  Actually, nothing goes as expected.
SUBJECTS:     Sisters -- Fiction.
                        Actors and actresses -- Fiction.
                        East Indians -- Great Britain -- Fiction.
                        England -- Fiction.
                        Humorous stories.


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