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Key Concepts in Modern Indian Studies

By: Gita Dharmpal Frick, Monika Kirolskar Steinbach, Rachel Dwyer, & Jahnavi Phalkey (Eds)

Price: $25.70

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Oxford University Press:

Seller ID: 108817

ISBN: 019945275X

Condition: New


Printed Pages: 344. View more info

100 Bollywood Films

By: Rachel Dwyer

Price: $7.00

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Roli Books: 2005

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 033607

ISBN: 8174364331

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100 Bollywood Films is about the national cinema of India, describing movies made in Mumbai, distributed nationally across India and with their own production, distribution and exhibition networks worldwide. This informative screen guide reflects the work of key directors, major stars and important music directors and screenplay writers. Historically important films have been included along with certain cult movies and top box office successes. Printed Pages: 251. View more info

Yash Chopra: Fifty Years in Indian Cinema

By: Rachel Dwyer (Author) & Lata Mangeshkar (Frwd)

Price: $8.52

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Lotus/Roli Books:

Seller ID: 108590

ISBN: 8174362347

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Yash Chopra: Fifty Years in Indian Cinema looks at one of the most charismatic and powerful figures within the Indian film industry - his name being synonymous with romantic glamour and a certain style within Indian culture. From his directorial debut in 1959 with Dhool ka Phool, the book spans his four decades as a director, describing some memorable classics, including Deewar and Kabhi Kabhie. It journeys with him to his advent as producer in 1973, enumerating his enormous box-office hits during the nineties, including Dilwale Dulhania le Jayenge. It encompasses the other genres he successfu... View more info

Yash Chopra: Fifty Years in Indian Cinema

By: Rachel Dwyer; Foreword By Lata Mangeshkar

Price: $10.20

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Roli Books: 2002

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 028003

ISBN: 8174362347

Condition: New


I am proud of being Punjabi... I don't go to parties.... I also like poetry. When I'm alone I like to write then tear it up....I can't wear suits and ties.... I don't believe in politics and bloodshed in the name of religion.... Our generation, we're emotional fools....We take from life and life takes from us....Pam is my dearest friend, my work is because of her...I want to die with my boots on...You can't rest on your laurels. Printed Pages: 256. View more info