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1 Mihir Bose
Bollywood: A History
Roli Books; New Delhi, India; 2006; 8174365087 / 9788174365088; First Edition; Hard Cover; New; New; 
Printed pages: 380. 017292

Price: 21.00 USD
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2 Mihir Bose
Bollywood: A History
Lotus/Roli Books; New Delhi, India; 8174366539 / 9788174366535; Softcover; New; 
Hollywood may define our idea of movies, but it is the city of Bombay on the west coast of India that is now the centre of world cinema. Every year, the Indian film industry produces more than 1,000 feature films; every day, 14 million Indians go to a movie in the country; a billion more people a year buy tickets for Indian movies than for Hollywood ones. The rise of Bombay as the film capital of the world has been both remarkable and amazing. Bollywood movies themselves are a self-contained world with their multiple song and dance routines, intense melodrama, and plots that contain everything from farce to tragedy, but always produce a happy ending. The men and women who created these movies are even more remarkable; and it is this fantastic, rich, diverse story, a veritable Indian fairyland, that Mihir Bose, a native of Bombay, tells with vivid brilliance in the first comprehensive history of this major social and cultural phenomenon. Printed Pages: 180. 108517

Price: 7.45 USD
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3 Mihir Bose
The Last Hero: A Biography of Subhas Bose
Times Group Books; New Delhi, India; 2014; 9789325985674; First Edition; Softcover; New; 
History abounds with many heroes. The Indian freedom struggle had its own share of them. Subhas Chandra Bose fired the nation with patriotic fervour, very different in character to the non-violent approach preached by Gandhi. Truly an outsider to the movements of satyagraha and passive resistance that rapidly gained momentum, he made a valiant effort to galvanize the nation into action with evocative slogans such as Freedom is never given, it is taken' . . . 'Tum mujhe khoon do, main tumhe azadi doonga'. JAI HIND India's national greeting ? was the salutation coined by him to arouse nationalistic passion among the Indians. In what was unthinkable then, Bose dared to ally with the Nazis and the Japanese, and raised an indigenous army called Azad Hind Fauj to challenge the military might of the British Empire.Why then has Subhas Chandra Bose been largely marginalized as a footnote in the history of India's independence? Perhaps the mythical legends that continue to shroud both his personal life and political happenstance hold some answers.The Lost Hero a thoroughly researched biography of Subhas Bose delves into the life and times of this great man, with the hope that he is granted a befitting place in the annals of Indian history.Printed Pages: 584. 104979

Price: 8.70 USD
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