• Rang de Basanti - Consumption, Citizenship and the Public Sphere
    audience surveys). A long term audience study will make it possible for researchers to examine the effects of popular social cinema on the social and political acts of Indian audiences. Additionally, since popular social cinema is gaining much popularity in India a longitudinal analysis of changing...
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  • Film Study
    Foreign direct Investment in Print Media – after effects 2. Cinema in India – History and development of Film as popular culture with special emphasis on Indian Cinema • • • • • Silent Cinema in India – Phalke & tradition; emergence of Mythological Studio Era and Social Film; Nationalism...
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  • Impact of Movies
    vulgarity with high sexual innuendo in the films. How even the most powerful medium of mass communication, education and expression can be corrupted and abused to create an adverse effect, is best typified by the cinema. Cinema today has come to exemplify a mixture of crudity, depravity, vulgarity...
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  • Study
    the art, commerce & technology of filmmaking. WWI also believes that our students must be encouraged to appreciate, analyse and promote various kinds of Indian and world cinema across the ages including regional popular cinema from across the globe so as to widen their spectrum of social connect with...
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  • Cinema
    economic class in country. It is important to stress that the extinction of this class in the society was a major problem which affected the fortunes of the cinema houses in Nigeria. Some of the negative effects of SAP included loss of jobs and high cost of living. Inflation occasioned by the high...
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  • Single V/S Multiplex
    and individual financing at extremely high interest rates. Only recently, the industry has got access to organized finance. With vertical integration taking place between producers, distributors, exhibitors, broadcasters and music company’s corporatization is now taking shape in the Indian film...
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  • Film and National Rebirth
    government agencies, religious bodies, commercial exhibitors, schools, clubs, etc, for exhibition to the audience. In effect, both the colonial government and the regional government functioned as distributors; the mobile cinema vans (owned by the government) played an invaluable role in the exhibition...
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  • Product Placement in Films
    cinema: Embedding high-involvement ‘heroic’ brand Prepared by: Md. Mainul Islam & Md. Nur Hossain Both are the students of the Department of Marketing Studies & International Marketing, University of Chittagong 22 Product Placement in Films Industry images. Journal of Promotion Management...
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  • Thesis Paper of Film Distribution
    cinema audience? What will be the possible effects of imported Bollywood films on our Cinema audience ? How do the free access to global films in various satellite channels is affecting our cinema audience? What are the effects of the various film distribution practices on the cinema audience? Are the...
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  • Placement
    Effectiveness of Product Placements in Indian Films and Its Effects on Brand Memory and Attitude with Special Reference to Hindi Films By Prof Tapan K Panda Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode Kunnamngalam P.O. Calicut, Kerala, India Effectiveness of Product Placements in Indian...
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  • Jeevansaathi
    Effectiveness of Product Placements in Indian Films and Its Effects on Brand Memory and Attitude with Special Reference to Hindi Films By Prof Tapan K Panda Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode Kunnamngalam P.O. Calicut, Kerala, India Effectiveness of Product Placements in...
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  • Mass Communication
    media prompted the Universities to effect wide ranging changes at every level of journalism education. In the first instance, several Indian students who had gone to the US, Canada and the UK for higher studies in journalism, on their return to India suggested curriculum revisions. Some American...
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  • Go Global
    for introducing Indian cinema to these regions. There were several reasons for the success of Indian films in predominantly Muslim countries. There was a lack of high quality domestic content, and Indian films were relatively cheap to acquire. Many Bollywood movies were dubbed in regional languages...
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  • market research
    are released annually. ON SCREEN TOBACCO USE – THE EVIDENCE  First Indian study conducted among nearly 4000 students aged 12-16 years, from 12 schools across New Delhi2 to assess their ever tobacco use (using tobacco once or more in a lifetime) status, receptivity to tobacco promotions...
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  • indian film industry
    states where those languages are spoken. Indian films are made filled with musicals, action, romance, comedy, and an increasing number of special effects. The cinema of India consists of films produced across India, which includes the cinematic cultures of Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Gujarat...
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  • English
    S.Radhakrishnan. Indian Philosophy. 2 vols. London, 1943. Note on Course work The teaching of the course will involve making the student enter into a sort of dialogue with some of the issues raised in the reading material given below. While the student should be encouraged to read the recommended section of the...
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  • Impact of Films on Youth
    frames per second, the scenery appeared to be passing at great speed. Cecil Hepworth used the opposite effect in The Indian Chief and the Seidlitz Powder (1901), in which a naïve Red Indian eats a lot of the fizzy stomach medicine, causing his stomach to expand vastly. He leaps around in a way...
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  • Hanson Production
    time that a renowned Hollywood studio (that one of top six) had produced an Indian film. (Kohli-Khandekar 2006.)  Indian admired cinema, remarkably Bollywood – the Mumbai (Bombay) film industry has witnessed several transformations given that it’s first beginnings. A few key modifications that took...
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  • Globalisation
    plots. The effect of globalization of Indian cinema is applicable not only to the Bollywood, but also to the regional film industries of the country. Many Indian films are not only making more money outside the home market but also attracting foreign producers and directors to the industry. There...
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  • Research
    gone beyond the geographical boundaries. They have come out of the epoch of love and fantasy and learnt to work on experimental plots. The effect of globalization of Indian cinema is applicable not only to the Bollywood, but also to the regional film...
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