Journalism In Show Business Case Study

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NON-TEACHING CREDIT COURSE

TOPIC:
JOURNALISM ON SHOW BUSINESS

SUBMITTED TO: DR. POOJA SINGHAL

SUBMITTED BY : PRIYANKA SINGH
B.COM(HONS.)-EVENING
ENROLLMENT NUMBER : 24 Topic: Journalism in Show business

AKNOWLEDGEMENT

I am very thankful to everyone who all supported me, for I have completed my NTCC project effectively and, moreover, on time.
I am equally grateful to my mentor “Dr. Pooja Singhal” as she gave me moral support and guided me on the selection of the topic as well as with the matter of the project. I thank her for her overall support.

Last but not the least,I would like to thank my parents and sister who helped me a lot in gathering the data and guiding me from time to time, despite their busy schedule.
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It is the form of activity that holds the attention and interest of an audience or gives pleasure and delight.Show business includes bollywood industry,rock concerts and fashion industry.

BOLLYWOOD

This is our Hindi language film industry based in Mumbai. This is often incorrectly used to refer to the whole of Indian cinema. However it is only a part of the large film industry which includes other production centers producing films in all languages.

It is the largest centre of film production in the world. The naming scheme of bollywood was inspired by tollywood, the name that was used to refer to the cinema of west Bengal.

In the late 1960’s and early 1970’s romance movies and action films starred actors like Rajesh Khanna,Dharmendra,Sanjeev Kumar and Shashi Kapoor and actresses like Sharmila Tagore,Mumtaz and Asha Parekh. In the mid 1970’s romantic confections made way for gritty,violent films about gangsters and bandits. Amitabh Bachchan,the star known for his “angry young man” roles,wrote the cerst of this trend with actors like Mithun Chakraborty,Anil Kapoor and Sunny Deol,which lasted into the early
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There were initially two ignition points the first in the 80’s with the broadcast of “doordarshan” and the second spark for Indian television industry came in the early 90’s with the broadcast of satellite TV by foreign programmers like “CNN” followed by “STAR TV” and a little later by domestic channels such as “ZEE TV” in the Indian household. In the starting the Indian viewers had to make do with DD’s chosen fare which was dull, on-commercial in nature directed towards only education and socio-economic development with no choice left with them. There were only for entertainment programs like “HUM LOG(1984)”, “RAMAYAN(1987-88)”, “MAHABHARAT(1988-89)”.Later with the pace of time and advancement in technologies dish tv’s came

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