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You got a Bollywood star on your clutch

DNMUM274699 | 4/19/2013 | Author : Anita Aikara | WC :1005

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A passion for creativity and an inquisitive nature urged this NID post-graduate to quit his job as an industrial designer and explore his creative side. That was way back in 2002, when SoBo resident Neil Dantas came out with graphics on various topics on T-shirts, which he makes a living from. Don't mistake Dantas for any ordinary artist.
An interior design student from Mumbai's J J School of Art, Dantas shot to fame with his 'My Mumbai' series. Yes, Dantas is the man, who popularised BEST's bus tickets by painting them on T-shirts and wooden chests. Among his Bollywood kitsch art are T- shirts with filmi lyrics. Take the case of the Pal pal dil ke paas T-shirt that has the lyrics inscribed on
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