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The history of B and C grade cinema dates back to the late 1920s which was the end of the silent era in Hollywood. Hollywood was experiencing a fierce transition, hence keen to survive, a chain of events took place involving the junior artists. Studios started focusing on easy to make, low on budget, ‘cheap’… Continue reading The Evolution of B and C Grade Cinema in India
Try to think of something that has no indirect or direct political connection. Yes, you’re right because nothing of this sort exists anymore.This story starts in 1960 when Prithviraj Kapoor joined Indian Politics and became the first actor to do so. But the situation used to be different then. Once Nehru said, ‘Kapoor gives me… Continue reading Cinemolitics: A Brief Introduction with History
Mirror, mirror on the wall, is cinema the reflection of the society at all? Cinema has been a part of our lives for many years. They have been a source of entertainment and information for many people through their cinematic approach. For all these years, we believe that cinema takes inspiration from the real world,… Continue reading Movies, a true reflection of society or not?
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