The Cinematic Imagination: Indian Popular Films as Social History

The Cinematic Imagination: Indian Popular Films as Social History

The Cinematic Imagination: Indian Popular Films as Social History

The Cinematic Imagination: Indian Popular Films as Social History

Synopsis

India produces more films than any other country and these works are consumed by non-Western cultures in Africa, Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and by Indian communities across the world. This text focuses on how such a dominant media configures the 'nation' in post-Independence Hindi cinema.
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