Mary Kom movie: Why is she not Manipuri?

Normally, our Hindi film industry, or Bollywood as we call it, has been a neutral entity as well as the one part of the society which spares itself from the ‘isms’ of various nature. The characters and the stories have always been reflected not only as observation but also as a commentary on the social… Continue reading Mary Kom movie: Why is she not Manipuri?

Globalisation of Indian Cinema

Multiplexes and target audiences have changed the way of marketing and perception of cinema making as well. Now movies are being made on hand held cameras, in video format, more movies on 35mm and 16mm, use of spy cams, web cam and other concepts are pacing up the production and giving something innovative to the world audience. Internet has added to the fast promotion and advertising of cinema.