Those with money in Indonesia go to state-of-the-art cinemas and sing the night away at Glitzy Karaoke bars for entertainment, but in the poorer parts of the country, films and songs come to the residents.

In the last decade, 35 Millimetre film has been almost completely phased out as filmmakers and cinemas opt for cheaper, better quality digital formats.

But 37-year-old Indonesian entrepreneur Lukman Hakim is using the outdated format and equipment to bringing both nostalgia and an evening of fun to Neighbourhoods with his mobile cinema.

He makes around 300 dollars by putting on vintage movie shows at weddings and parties at night in local communities in Depok, West Java.

Bollywood movies are hugely popular in Indonesia, especially in Java and Bali Islands, where music and dance is heavily influenced by Indian tradition and performing arts.