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Okay, what's the biggest film industry in the world today? It's not Hollywood. The honour actually goes to India.
And for the longest time, one of its biggest stars was Sridevi - known as the first female superstar of Indian cinema.
For decades, she was the reigning Queen of Bollywood, shooting a staggering number of films in many different South-Indian languages. Sridevi started acting at age four, and 30 years later she was the highest-paid actress of her time.
But then, things changed: Sridevi fell for the Indian film producer Boney Kapoor (the brother of another big Indian screen star - Anil Kapoor.) And she shocked her fans by choosing to give up acting to stay at home to raise a family.
15 years later, Sridevi's made her long-awaited comeback with a film that premiered here at the Toronto International Film Festival: the charming feature film 'English Vinglish' is all about a traditional mother and wife struggling to find her way in an unfamiliar country.