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Melodramatic Appropriations: Hindi Films and their Audiences in Europe

Banaji, Shakuntala (2009) Melodramatic Appropriations: Hindi Films and their Audiences in Europe. In: The Indian Cinema Book. British Film Institute, London. ISBN 978-1-84457-185-7

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Additional Information: The Indian Cinema Book brings together established specialists and emerging researchers from India, Europe, the United States and Australia to explore Indian cinema's extraordinary diversity and long history from the early twentieth century to the present day. This text carries forward existing areas of critical and research interest in Indian cinema (such as ideologies of film, the parallel cinema movement, the star phenomenon) and also provides a fresh focus on neglected areas including early cinema, the role of spectacle in the form of dance and music, regional cinemas, newer star constructs, as well as Indian cinema's transnational connections. The volume provides a comprehensive critical anthology on Indian cinema that addresses the industrial aspects of Indian cnema from its beginnings to the present day and accounts for the regional diversity of Indian cinema and Bombay cinema's position within this diversity.
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