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Cinema Bhojpuri


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  • ISBN13 : 9780143103783
  • ISBN10 : 143103784
  • Language : English
  • Author : Ghosh Avijit
  • Publisher : Penguin Books
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  • ISBN13 : 9780143103783
  • ISBN10 : 143103784
  • Language : English
  • Author : Ghosh Avijit
  • Publisher : Penguin Books
  • SUPC: SDL252276866

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Cruel landlords, crafty moneylenders, corrupt politicians, righteous heroes and uninhibited dancing girlsjust some of the characters of a successful Bhojpuri film. Often considered kitschy and crude by polite society, Bhojpuri cinema has had astounding success from the 1990s onwards, which can only be explained by its overwhelming popularity among the other half of new India. What is it that makes Bhojpuri cinema tick? What is the logic of its aesthetics? And most importantly, how did these regional language films become a profitable industry?Answering many of these questions and written with a deep sensitivity for the genre, Cinema Bhojpuri is the one of the first studies of the history and themes of Bhojpuri cinemathe poor cousin of Bollywood. Basing his research on extensive personal interviews and analyses of trade journals from the 1960s onwards, Avijit Ghoshs fascinating study unveils much about Bhojpuri cinemafrom the making of the first Bhojpuri film, Ganga Maiya Tohe Piyari Chadhaibo, to the terrible lows of the 1980s when Bhojpuri cinema all but died, and right down to the present when the breathlessly-paced masala entertainers of Manoj Tiwari, Ravi Kishan and Dinesh Lal Yadav Nirahua gave life to what Hindi cinema had left behindrural India.

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