Religious practices in P.K Fun, comedy, suspense, emotion are the qualities which should be in a successful movie. P.K is the movie to watch that has created a visual attraction to the peoples by providing different religious beliefs, stating that people are only classified to the different group and different religion but they all are the son’s and daughter of one creator “God”. P.K is a movie that has given the good example of the religious things that are happening in the society in day to day life. P.K is a Bollywood movie directed by Rajkumar Hirani. The movie casts Aamir Khan, Anuska Sharma, and Sushant Singh Rajpoot as a lead role.
If we are influenced by what we watch, then how do movies affect our way of thinking or reactions in real life? For people trying to fit stereotypes or the actions that the characters take, I know that we sometimes tend to shape our personalities or self-identity to correspond with what we see on a TV screen. For example, the movie 10 Things I Hate About You is about two completely opposite people that fall in love under incidental circumstances. In real life, some expect that their lives match the popular cliche.In addition, I also know that the type of movies we watch can say something about our personality or the way our mind handle things. Likewise, whether you know it or not, movies can have an affect on you physically and emotionally.
The movie Edward Scissorhands, directed by Tim Burton, is a wonderful film. Many can see this as Burton's version of fantasy film because it gives a spunky twist to the everyday fantasy or fairytale. Burton also uses this film to cast a light on society. By showing that we are quick to judge people when they are different from us. Based on this idea, viewers believe that film is about the way Burton feels about himself and how he considers himself to be an outsider.
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.
(‘What Is Information Society? - Definition from WhatIs.com’) As people want information which is correct and fast, they need a media between them and information area-television. Such as quiz shows, journey shows, documentary, all of these are transmitting enormous range of information to us. As it is suitable for information society’s media, it is being used in variety ways in real life. First of all, "Television Viewing has become portion of daily life in today's world."
In today's society, and especially for minors and young adults, bigwigs in different industries command a lot of respect from their followers and can thus influence the community quickly. Celebrities appearing on our TV screens can have a desirable influence when it comes to matters moral development. In our country, the television set is user-friendly and easily accessible and can therefore be used to teach en masse. Since many of our adolescents find it very hard to openly discuss topics such as sex, TV programs on these issues can be educational. Young people who watch such programs on sex education with appropriate guidance from an adult are more likely to make better choices about their sex life and learn more (Singhal 2003).
In the world of we live in there are many different ways that people seek to have some sort of entertainment in their life. Whether the entertainment is through music, plays, even movies, there is at least one form of entertaining that most everyone enjoys as equally. Movies are a vital part of the lives we live solely because of the fact that we enjoy watching them, action, drama, comedy there is always a movie out there for at least one person will like out of the bunch. Films are viewed not only for the entertainment aspect but also the art of it, how every piece of it being made makes it exactly what it is. In my own opinion, the way that I tend to enjoy movies the most is physically going to the movie theatre itself and watching the movie
Globalization has played a major role in the flow of various cultures around the world, and has played a crucial role in the spread of Hindu culture in America. This however, has left the Hindu culture exposed to cultural appropriation. Cultural appropriation has been defined by Young (2010) as “the adoption or use of the elements of one culture by members of another culture. The term Cultural appropriation might be thought to incorporate the utilization of artistic styles unique to the cultural groups by members outside the culture (Matthes,2016). In today’s context, cultural appropriation of Hindu fashion is prominent in America’s entertainment industry, and has caused upset in the Hindu community on more than one occasion.
Malaysia is a multi-racial country, is rich in different cultural custom and this bring superiority to the industry. The golden cinema can grab this chance, broadcasting more about this kind of cultural movie in order to fulfill the customer need and create more revenue. For an example, the latest movie "The journey", which was produced by the local director, has brought a great sympathetic respond from the local movie-viewer and create a lot of revenue to the industry. Rapidly growing of the network gives the Golden Screen Cinema a good chance to target a wider market, including the youngster generation Y, the very first generation that grew up with the internet. They are likely to share anything in the social network like the Facebook, and Twitter.
This occurs on two levels: first in terms of general vocabulary-karma, kismet- and secondly, on a more conversational level, with the use of catch phrases from films, “Bond… James Bond” or “You talkin’to me”. Hence language has had a vital impact on people as people adopt various languages and cultures by watching movies. For example the impact of Bollywood especially in Pakistan is huge where many people learn dialogues and words from these movies and use them in their daily lives not only this but they also adopt many practices from their culture such as the celebration of Hindu