• Deconstruction of Symbols of Reality in Hindi Cinema: A Study on Calendar Girls and Haider

    Editor(s):
    Jyotirmaya Patnaik (see profile)
    Date:
    2018
    Group(s):
    Communication Studies, Digital Humanists, Film-Philosophy, Film Studies, Television Studies
    Subject(s):
    Motion pictures, Indic, Broadcast journalism, Communication, Mass media, Digital communications, Deconstruction
    Item Type:
    Article
    Tag(s):
    reality, symbols, Hindi cinema, Indian cinema, Digital communication, Representation
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/7enc-kc31
    Abstract:
    Hindi cinema has always been a better citation for Indian culture. Now it is an accepted proof for the changing scenarios of modern India. The cinema has shaped and portrayed Indian culture to the extent that the sixth art forms could ever achieve. Hindi cinema has a great influence on common man who sees the different symbols of daily life and culture constructed by cinema as real things present in their day-to-day life. Cinema does not only construct the symbols but also deconstruct it. The present research aims to trace and analyze the construction and deconstruction of different social, economic, and psychological symbols created over a period of time through many block buster films. To check this changing perspective of cinema for the society, two films namely ‘Calendar Girls’ and ‘Haider’ discussed in this paper. The focus of the study is on understanding the portrayal of women in Calendar Girls and terrorism in Haider
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    Published
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