Nishi Padma This Bengali film is directed by Aravinda Mukherjee and is an adaptation of the short story named ‘Hinger Kochuri' written by renowned writer Bibhutibhushan Bandopadhyay. The film starred the superstar of that era, Uttam Kumar and the much-talented actress, Sabitri Chatterjee. The music of the movie by Nachiketa Ghosh was a notable one and bagged several awards for it. It was later remade in Hindi by Shakti Shamanta as "Amar Prem". Well, the remake needs no introduction in the minds of Hindi film lovers as it is one of those classic Hindi films starring yesteryear superstar Rajesh Khanna.
After this controversial statement some conservative Indians try to kill him but he is saved. Later on, reactionary Hindus threaten to kill him if he supports the Pakistan-India friendship. Also the movie shows the unbearable and severe conditions of Pakistani prisoners who are arrested due to taking the name of Pakistan. Overall, the movie presents a wish for peace on both sides of the borders and highlights that few miscreants within India want
Prahalad views modern India has many languages, religions and traditions with diverse cultures. Children begin by coping and learning to accept and assimilate in this diversity. Prahalad says , that Indians, like everyone else in the world, should be treated as unique, as individuals, expressing themselves seeking innovation Nancy Lockwood of Society for Human Resource Management, world 's largest human resources association with members in 140 countries, writes that in the past two decades traditional Indian culture has undergone great social change by giving education opportunities to girls, accepting women working in office, expecting a career, and women attaining managerial roles in corporate India. though slow, out of India 's 397 million workers, 124 million are now women a great cultural change Amartya Sen, the India born Nobel Laureate in Economics, modern India culture is complexed with historical traditions, colonialism influenced over centuries and current Western culture - both collaterally and dialectically. Sen observes that external images of India in the West often tend to emphasise the difference - real or imagined - between India and the West.
Films represent their times and everything that comes with it. On the other side, is the aesthetic. Films can be seen as a work of art. This can include things like techniques a creator uses, narrative structure, originality, and etc. These aspects continue to shape the films we make today.
Art of Film Making Film is a colloid art of storytelling. Visuals play an important role in our lives. Films can also be considered for social change. Film is the biggest and best mass medium which reaches to all the masses. Films are something which is remembered, recalled and relished!
The film was also remade in Telugu as Eenadu and dubbed into Malayalam as Oru Buthankizhancha. Unnai pol Oruvan was produced by Kamal Hassan’s home production Raj Kamal films. UTV Motion Picture, distributed the film across the globe. It was decided that Kamal Hassan will be featuring as the main role in the film. On seeing the performance of Ganesh Venkatram in his debut, he was roped in the film for portraying the role of Arif Khan a police officer.
Art and Film: An Unruly Dialogue by Mark Wilson talks about how most cultural scholarship tends to focus on film content through an analysis of how meaning is conveyed by the above-the-line personnel and how ideology and emotion are perceived by the audience. This assumes a myopic and problematic binary of film production: that only the above the-line filmmakers are worthy of analysis, and that an audience is definable. 'Art and Film' denotes a formal question of the moving image, with specific reference to the medium of the cinema and the qualities of the cinematic. It seems to lead to questions of the relationship between visual art and the moving image: art about film culture and art works, which are realized in the form of moving image.
One of the most enduring achievements of Indian civilization is undoubtedly its architecture. Indian architecture, which has evolved through centuries, is the result of socio-economic and geographical conditions. Different types of Indian architectural styles include a mass of expressions over space and time, transformed by the forces of history considered unique to India. As a result of vast diversities, a vast range of architectural specimens have evolved, retaining a certain amount of continuity across history. Indian architecture is [known to be a] vast tapestry of production of the Indian Subcontinent that encompasses a multitude of expressions over space and time, transformed by the forces of history considered unique to the sub-continent,