The 'Bollywoodization' of Popular Indian Visual Culture: A Critical Perspective

The roots of popular visual culture of contemporary India can be traced to the  mythological films which D. G. Phalke provided audiences during the decades of the ‘silent’ era (1912-1934).  The ‘talkies era of the 1930s ushered in the ‘singing’ /musical genre which together with Phalke’s visual styl...

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Main Author: Keval Joseph Kumar
Format: Article
Published: tripleC 2014-03-01
Series:tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique
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