Making Meaning in Indian Cinema, Pages 99-121
Oxford University Press, 2000 - Performing Arts - 317 pages
This volume brings together some of the most distinguished film theorists working in India today to examine the phenomenon of popular Indian cinema from silent films to today's blockbusters. The articles explore the political implications of Indian popular cinema through formal and narrative analysis, archival resources and oral testimony, across a range of key films.
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