1. Introduction: Indian movies are very much popular in our country and movies are very much seen in Pakistan. Indian is a largest showbiz industry in the world and one of the main reasons of great influence of Indian cinema in our society and culture is because of downfall of Pakistani showbiz industry. Pakistani cinema is going down and working poorly. Indian cinema is promoting its culture through its movies and dramas, which are totally based on Hindu folklore.
Popular cinema and popular culture are intertwined. They derive inspiration from each other. Films are believed to be the opium of the Indian masses as people depend on this medium to help them escape to a world of fantasy. In a very explicit way, cinema shapes the cultural, social and political values of people of this country. While, the other forms of cinema are also important when it comes to the representation of women, drawing a comparative study between the commercial cinema and the parallel cinema is the focus of this
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.
Indian culture has one of the most diverse and compelling traditions compared to other religions. In the past, dance and music plays an important aspect in the indian culture. Due to the fact that forms of entertainment was scarce, dance and music seeped into their lives. Dance is a way of expressing oneself when dancing, an art form that consists of sequences which incorporates into a movement series. Dance is not only a form of communication but the opportunities for connections.
Firstly, the film itself acts as a source of connection to India for the diasporic audience. It allows people to know about the recent happenings, back in their homeland. It also reminds them of the familiar sights and sounds of the home, which they left behind. Beyond the film, the space, setting and atmosphere at the movie theatre, facilitate the formation of an Indian cultural identity. Going to the theatre to watch a Bollywood film also means, meeting fellow Indians.
Almost from the early days of the Raj, the Indian version of English has seen tremendous growth and unlimited changes deeply mingled with its cultural heritage, which has led to the evolution of what is, for all needed purposes, a language of its own. A hybrid kind of form of English stalks the land, flouting its huge popularity. The rise of Indianised English runs parallel to tectonic changes in social aspirations. There can be no promotion, no social advancement, and no status without the knowledge of English. Indian English has started a long journey and it has been entertaining and educating while weaving and mixing together a history of new verbal patterns that reflect social, technological and cultural trends.
The song-and-dance sequences in most Bollywood movies also tend to incite wonder and curiosity into its audiences, who in turn visit India to experience a type of real-life musical for themselves. Among the many attractive elements of film tourism in India, some can bring about disadvantages to the niche industry. This essay will describe how film tourism can lead to the exploitation of locals in India, evaluate the Code of Conduct put in place by the government, and suggest a more effective measure to counter this negative impact. A significant issue
INTRODUCTION : Religion in India is characterised by a diversity of religious beliefs and practices. The Indian subcontinent is the birthplace of four of the world 's major religions; namely Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism. Throughout India 's history, religion has been an important part of the country 's culture. Religious diversity and religious tolerance are both established in the country by the law and custom; the Constitution of India has declared the right to freedom of religion to be a fundamental right. Northwest India was home to one of the world 's oldest civilizations, the Indus valley civilisation.
Almost all of the Bollywood movies feature several songs that are very famous in India. They are often referred to as the heartline of Indian popular culture . Actually, Bollywood songs are one of the items which are searched mostly on the Web from India. This music has influenced lives and cultures globally over decades. However, as far as we know, till date there has been no computational analysis of bollywood songs, except for a recent study that classifies Hindi songs according to moods.
Women in Indian cinema: representation of women and representation by women. Indian films have great impact on its lives. The unique religious diversity of Indian is very much evident in the popular films also. Only after two decades, the first film made, caste became the central issue in the in films. The first Indian film show in the year 1896 made a tremendous introduction of visual pleasure to Indian soil.