Essay On Indian Art Cinema

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Films are an extraordinary form of art, a source of popular entertainment and a robust method for educating citizens about a variety of emotions, thoughts and social messages. The act of making a film can be considered a work of art for it denotes one 's views on an idea or format. Any filmmaker must decide on what scenes to act on, the lights, the angles, and mainly to see if the audience will understand the meaning behind the scenes or film. For instance, in India, well known for its commercial cinema, better known as Bollywood. Almost every Indian is well-versed with themes such as on-screen lover and fighting sequences, twins meeting each other after several years, and lots of mush and lots of spicy drama. The Indian Art Cinema has beautifully…show more content…
It’s a visualization based on an idea or a real-life even someone wants to create, using the technology of the movie world to produce stories that will leave the audience imagining what the world has in-stored for them. Movies are created by many varieties of artists that put together makes an epic piece of art. In a picture or a painting one may feel dead, love, loneliness, or anger, however in a movie one is compiled to feel every emotion in a short one-hour to a two-hour film. And that is exactly what Sanjay Leela Bhansali has don; he is one of the most critically acclaimed filmmakers in the Indian cinema. He has gifted the Indian cinema with various love stories like Devdas, Ram-Leela, Bajiro Mastani, and many more. Now he has produced and directed yet another love story of honor and royalty called Padmaavat. The movie Padmaavat is based on the epic poem called Padmaavat by Malik Muhammad Jayasi. The film is beautifully written by Prakash Kapadia and Sanjay Leela Bhansali. I saw the movie at the AMC Theater in Decatur first day, first show. The main cast of Padmaavat is Deepika Padukone, as Queen Padmavati, Ranveer Singh, as Sultan Alauddin Kilji, and Shahid Kapoor, as Maharawal Ratan

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