Free Bollywood Movies Essays and Papers

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  • queering

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    films. Mainstream actors singing songs like, “yeh dosti hum nhi chhodenge. Todenge dum magar tera saath na chhodenge” and “yaari hai imaan mera yaar meri zindagi” are explicitly hinting at the same-sex bond that seems unbreakable. For a long time Bollywood has believed in creating a picture of relationships that exist only in black or white, the concept of grey has either been absent or misrepresented. This paper probes in the popular Hindi cinema and looks at the misrepresentation of homosexuals and

  • Cinema And Morality

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    In order to understand the conflict between cinema and morality, it is important to understand the journey of women in movies over the years. After all, in most cases, morality is said to be violated because of ‘indecent’ and ‘immoral’ depiction of women. Indian Cinema is the most ‘larger than life’ aspect of our relatively small world. It is that reflection which never fails to depict society in its truest and even its fakest form. 100 years ago, when our cinematic journey began, so

  • Importance Of Indian Cinema

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    ethnicities and lifestyles of the people. While the films talk a mixture of class tastes, some having lower or working class as its major social referent, others speak about middle class values and the bourgeoisie class. Rachel Dwyer in her work “Bollywood Bourgeoisie” speaks about how the middles are establishing their cultural hegemony. Their depictions of lifestyle becomes the benchmark to which the lower classes aspire and thus appealing to a broad social spectrum. Ashish Nandy opines that commercial

  • History Of Pakistani Film Industry

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    Crises in cinema and film industry of Pakistan Cinema and films are the greatest source of showing and promoting cultures and moral values in the society as well as in the whole world. They shows us that how the people of a specific region lives and perform their activities. As Quaid-e-Azam once said that he wishes more Muslims would enter into the realm of film industry, and he shall always be glad to do all I can to help it. Pakistani film industry is known as "Lollywood". The history of the

  • Bollywood Filmmakers

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    cinema. The practice of watching Hindi fiction film creates a unified consciousness among Indians in an “imagined community”, such that they perceive themselves as belonging to a particular identity (Anderson 1983: 35, 70). The mainstream ‘All-India’ Bollywood film transcends regional divides and seeks to define and celebrate a modern national identity, a theme created in the wake of independence (Rajadhyaksha 1997: 681). Beloved by all, the Mumbai film industry intends to reflect the shared tropes and

  • Essay In Praise Of Antihero

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    INTRODUCTION The theme of the anti-hero has been a part of fictional culture for a long time. Even though the term anti-hero does not have an airtight definition, Victor Brombert, in his book ‘In Praise of Antiheroes’ writes, "The term 'antihero' as it has come to be used, is indeed linked to a paradoxical, at times provocative stance. Dostoevsky gave that term currency in the final section of Notes from Underground, a seminal work that questions the idea of the hero in life as well as in art."

  • Amir Khan In Bollywood: The Mr. Perfect Of Bollywood

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    faithfulness the Bollywood is dream fulfilling place where one can get fame, money and shining career. The Top Ten persons with these capabilities are going to be discussed here. Actually the rank is based on their involvement in the continuous movies, the condition is that these movies should be hit in box office. Now a days, dance has been made a compulsory element for incoming actors. While versatility is also of main concern. Rank goes up and down time to time. So the Top Ten Bollywood actors of Bollywood

  • The Great Bollywood

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    The Great Bollywood Motion pictures have been around for a long time. They are popular all over the world. When people think of motion pictures, Hollywood always pops in their heads. As great and as popular as Hollywood is, there is a larger film industry in the world, and it’s not in the U.S. The largest film industry in the world is called Bollywood and it is located in Bombay, India. Bollywood puts out on the average eight hundred movies a year, which means two movies are cranked out every day

  • Bollywood And Hollywood Film Analysis

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    in the movies have either cultural, political or economic representation. The costume designers go through various research before designing costumes for the characters in the movie. It is important to understand the difference between the costumes used in the Bollywood and Hollywood movies, which will help the production of my creative drama film. I will further study the symbolism of costumes in Bollywood and Hollywood

  • Cultural Distinction Between Hollywood And Bollywood

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    study is the Indian and Western cinema. Bollywood is known as the biggest film industry in India as well as Internationally in terms of movies produced (Pillania, 2008). While Hollywood has a huge influence in the western world. There are many movies that are inspired by Hollywood and made in Bollywood. I will narrow my study and fixate on Bollywood (Indian cinema) and Hollywood (Western cinema). These are few movies of Hollywood which are remade in Bollywood. The transmutations required to make the