Bollywood Themesby Farah Khan (Foreword By) , Tushar A. Amin (Text By)
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overview - Bollywood Themes
Bollywood Themes is a celebration of commercial Hindi cinema across the years. It explores the recurring themes and popular characters in Hindi films and offers a fascinating overview of the evolution of commercial cinema in India. Entertaining, insightful and sprinkled with anecdotes and trivia from the glitzy world of films, the book is a trip down Bollywood Boulevard. Embellished with rare photographs and visually stunning design, Bollywood Themes is a rich spread dedicated to the lovers of Hindi cinema across the world.
Whether it is talking about the 'Mother Figure', an inseparable element of Bollywood or the 'Great Indian Joint Family' or the 'Singing and Dancing', the book deals with all the important themes recurring time and again in mainstream Hindi Films. Browsing through the stories and the accompanying visuals, the reader can understand how intrinsically the rich emotional tapestry of Bollywood movies is woven into the warps and wefts of our day-to-day life and how these films are the perfect escape route from mundane reality into the dreamy, romantic and glorious world of Bollywood.
About the Author
Farah Khan (born 9 January 1965) is an Indian film director and choreographer. She is best known for her choreographical work in numerous Bollywood films. Khan has choreographed dance routines for more than a hundred songs in over 80 Hindi films. Khan has since become a noted Hindi film director as well. In addition Khan has worked on international projects such as Marigold An Adventure in India, Monsoon Wedding and the Chinese film Perhaps Love.