Bollywood and Postmodernism: Popular Indian Cinema in the 21st Century

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Edinburgh University Press, 24 июн. 2015 г. - Всего страниц: 240
'New Bollywood' has arrived, but its postmodern impulse often leaves film scholars reluctant to theorise its aesthetics. How do we define the style of a contemporary Bollywood film? Are Bollywood films just uninspired Hollywood rip-offs, or does their borrowing signal genuine innovation within the industry?Applying postmodern concepts and locating postmodern motifs in key commercial Hindi films, this innovative study reveals how Indian cinema has changed in the 21st century. Equipping readers with an alternative method of reading contemporary Indian cinema, Bollywood and Postmodernism takes Indian film studies beyond the exhausted theme of diaspora, and exposes a new decade of aesthetic experimentation and textual appropriation in mainstream Bombay cinema. A bold celebration of contemporary Bollywood texts, this book radically redefines Indian film and persuasively argues for its seriousness as a field of study in world cinema.
 

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Acknowledgements
Traditional Modes of Studying Indian
Postmodernism and India
Postmodern Bollywood
A Bollywood Renaissance?
Filmography
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Neelam Sidhar Wright is an Independent Academic Researcher. She has taught Film and Media Studies at the University of Sussex and has previously worked in various film production and media roles, and as a freelance filmmaker.

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