Indian theater’,’national theatre’ and’Hindi cinema’ or’Bollywood’ are often incorrectly used as synonyms to denote the same. To see such references from the’business’ in suburban Mumbai smacks of dense simplicity. He argues that while Bollywood’s geographic market could be a reason for this, Hindi cinema is”bland” because it”addresses a bigger land….and has to do this without inducing localized annoyance”. Regional cinema, on the other hand, he says is”wealthier than South Indian Movies“.Past Bollywood contains four essays discussing the significant south Indian cinemas. N Kalyan Raman, a Chennai-based author and movie, reflects on Tamil theatre; Raghavendra, a movie writer and scholar, evaluation Kannada theatre; Elavarthi Sathya Prakash, writer and college in the University of Hyderabad, examines Telugu cinema; also, Meena T Pillai, a writer and college in the University of Kerala, seems in Malayalam cinema.
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