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“No one even knows about my first movie that was destroyed or the fact that I quit my job, lost all my money and used all my savings just because I really wanted to make a feature film,” says director Anshul Chauhan.

It has been a long and unique journey for Chauhan to finally get his feature film “Bad Poetry Tokyo” to the big screen. His story is testament to the power of sheer will when everything else — from lack of money to language and cultural obstacles — is stacked against you.

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