100 Bollywood Films

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Bloomsbury Academic, Jan 31, 2006 - Performing Arts - 268 pages
An invaluable introduction to 100 of the best classic, historically important and cult Bollywood films Reflecting the work of key directors, major stars and important music directors and screenplay writers, the films covered include Mother India, Sholay, Junglee, Pyaasa and Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge.

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Rachel Dwyer is Reader in Indian Studies and Cinema, SOAS, University of London. Her main work is on Hindi cinema where she has researched and published on film magazines and popular fiction, consumerism and the new middle classes, love and eroticism, visual culture and religion and secularism. She has published several books including Yash Chopra, about one of the greats of the Hindi film industry with whom she worked for several years (bfi 2002

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