This volume traces the growth of the indigenous Hindi film hero from the silent era up to Dilip Kumar. The film hero is depicted as a credible representative of the social, cultural and political milieu of his era. The author contends that the development of Hindi cinema has been largely centered round the frontal figure of the hero. In the course of the narrative, the subject matter presents a compact history of mainstream Hindi cinema by placing personalities, events and trends in specific time frames.
by Ashok Raj
by Ashok Rajamani
by Raj Mariasusai
by Jen Chaney, Jacob Clifton, Jeremy Clyman, Kiara Koenig, Paul Levinson, Ariella Papa, Paula Rogers, Jonna Rubin, Sarah Marian Seltzer, Kevin Smokler, Travis Stewart, Robin Wasserman, Will Leitch, Adam Wilson
by Susan Green, Randee Dawn, Dick Wolf
by Joe R. Lansdale, Jay Bonansinga, Jonathan Maberry, Kim Paffenroth, Lisa Morton, Kyle William Bishop, Craig Fischer, Kenneth Hite, Kay Steiger, Ned Vizzini, Scott Kenemore, Brendan Riley, Arnold T. Blumberg, Vince Liaguno, David Hopkins, Steven C. Schlozman, M.D.
by Scott Boyter
by Zane Grey
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