It will soon be screened in other major Polish cities like Krakow, Lodz, Lublin, Wroclaw and Poznan. "Poland is not only a market for Bollywood masala movies, but Polish film buffs are keen on serious and clean movies such as 'Piku'," said Anuj Sharma, president of Images & Worlds company.

"'Piku' has opened a new chapter in Poland. We in Poland want to see creative films like this one. It is a wonderful and light-hearted comedy and allows us to keep pace with the latest trends in Bollywood productions," Janusz Krzyzowski, president of the India-Poland Cultural Committee, said.

Krzyzowski is one person in Warsaw who has seen more than 200 Bollywood films. He has also translated Bollywood songs into Polish along with an Urdu poet, Surender Zahid.

"A simple human story with many nuances. Amitabh Bachchan is simply superb and he is much better as an actor these days in his offbeat movies compared to earlier action films. The man has the potential to be compared with any world class actor," Mariusz Krasniewski, a lecturer at the Institute of Mediterranean and Oriental Cultures said.



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