The main attractions of the Great Rayman Circus, a troupe in India, are 50 Nepalese girls whose high-wire acts are like nothing seen before. Courageous and dazzling, their mind-boggling performances include a stunt called the Starkiss, in which the acrobats hold on to a fast-spinning rope by their teeth. Yet for all the glitz, their everyday lives have no glory. Instead, they're isolated, away from their families and living under strict rules.
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Have you watched Starkiss: Circus Girls in India yet? What did you think about it?