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firm Actis. US-based Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) is planning to pick up 5 per cent stake in the Bombay Stock Exchange. Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) continue to be bullish on India. They have pumped in a hefty US$ 6 /by the Government. The sector’s growth is being propelled by a number of factors such as the corporatisation of the film industry, a booming television sector, a fast growing radio sector, a growing market for print products and other technological changes. India/

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the USA and in Europe The first films were shown in India on 7 July 1896 at Hotel Watson in Bombay. The first films were shown in India on 7 July 1896 at Hotel Watson in Bombay. They were Arrive d’un Train/ Mehboob Khan: Nehruvian Dream Mother India 1957. Iconic film on Nehruvian India Mother India 1957. Iconic film on Nehruvian India Showcased the Nehruvian Dream Showcased the Nehruvian Dream Agriculturally self-sufficient Industrially progressive Economically successful and Literate India Wrote the nation /


Bombay, his loved city of adoption where he was very well known and active in the movie industry, to Lahore where his family had already taken refuge. Muslim authors had began to be seen with circumspection and sometimes with open suspect even in the liberal milieu of film production. Manto in Pakistan Migrating to Pakistan was nonetheless a fatal mistake: the film industry/ and the Swadeshi movement emerged in Bengal, Gandhi from Bombay Presidency) From reading to producing Sometimes Indian authors gave /

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the change came about in late nineteenth and twentieth centuries. In 1852, the Parsi Natak Mandali was established in Bombay. This laid the foundations of a strong Parsi Theatre. This also led to the birth of play-groups and / important figure in Indias freedom struggle. But by the thirties, women from educated background and good families started entering the film industry. Devika Rani – distant relative of Rabindranath Tagore who married the Russian painter Roerich, Sadhona Bose, grand-daughter of social/

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of Bollywood Trademarks of Bollywood films The Film “Rab Ne Bana De Jodi” Some Background Arranged Marriage vs. Love Marriage What is Bollywood? The basic defintion: Bombay (now Mumbai) + Hollywood = Bollywood! - Basically its the Hindi-film industry of India, based mainly in/Mumbai is the 2 nd most populous city in the WORLD! The basic defintion: Bombay (now Mumbai) + Hollywood = Bollywood! - Basically its the Hindi-film industry of India, based mainly in Mumbai *Mumbai is the 2 nd most populous city /

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in the city as domestic and factory workers, teachers, and theatre and film actresses. But for a long time women who moved out of the household/ (satires) which often mocked the pretensions of their masters, Indian and European. Bombay If one way of realizing this imperial vision was through town planning, the other/important exports. COLONIAL CITIES (Settler colonialism) Philadelphia also had a bustling shipbuilding industry, supplemented by the production of wood products from the area’s extensive forests/

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the clash of modernity and tradition, Nair makes explicit the anxieties about a national identity underlying the commercially successful films of Indian cinema, commonly known as Bollywood in reference to Bombay as the Hollywood of the Indian film industry  A hybrid form from its inception, Bombay cinema reworked the melodrama, musical, slapstick comedy, and gangster genres of the classic Hollywood era, by infusing them with/

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rendered anywhere (place of utilization important) has any effect on DTAA? Fav .Bombay high court and ITAT decision in Ishikawa case post amendment Treaty Concept of making/(SC), Carborandum & Co. Vs. CIT (1977) 2 SCC 862 and Ishikawajma-Harima Heavy Industries ltd. Vs. Director of income Tax, Mumbai (2007) 3 SCC 481] Commission Expense Post/overseas service providers for services availed in connection with shooting of different films. It was held that the services rendered by overseas service providers would/

BOLLYWOOD and Indian Cinema The Global and Local in Tension.

re-invention of the state/nation. Media Policy 1980s-1990s: Indian film industry became pivotal to the re-imagination of the Indian state. 1998: Bollywood receives ‘industry status’ > easing foreign investments and facilitating the entrance of Bollywood/are regional/national identities reconstructed in globalized processes? Bollywood as National Cinema Use of Hindi in non-Hindi Bombay Serves a Hindu nationalist project: exportability of Bollywood depends on its flattening of Indian diversity. 1995 Hindu /

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no.1 Magazine. The magazine is an amalgamation of gossips, interviews, box office collections and insight from Bhojpuri Film Industry. It also provides news about Bhojpuri TV Serials. All this is provided online in the form of e-Magazines/ of Bombay Art Society’s annual art Exhibition. Published quarterly with the support of Kalavishkar since January 2009 and is circulated to all senior artists, art galleries, chairmen /MDs of select corporate/industrial houses, Jewelers, Fashion Designers, film directors/

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financial capital of India and it has also gained the name of “City Of Dreams”, for Mumbai is home of the famous Indian film industry, that we know as “Bollywood”. . These islands were under the control of a succession of Hindu dynasties for a spell around / parade off the last British Regiment as India gained Independence!) Built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to Bombay in 1911, it was opened to the general public in 1924. Parallel to the Promenade, is The Gateway of India Built of/


the prerogative of gangsters as well as of film stars. Night-life occupies the shared stage in this folly. Bollywood’s entanglements with the criminal underworld of Bombay have been repeatedly emphasysed in fictional and journalistic /commerce (antiquity and Middle Ages) Products of ‘print capitalism’ B. Anderson (Early Modernity) Modern forms of transport (industrial revolution) Information and Communication ‘the global village’ Marshall McLuhan (XXth century) Electronic media now create ‘communities with /

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India Populary term used for Mumbai based Hindi-language film industry in India Only a part of the India film industry Only a part of the India film industry One of the largest film producers in the world One of the largest film producers in the world Formed out of the words „Bombay“ and „Hollywood“ Formed out of the words „Bombay“ and „Hollywood“ Languages: Hindi, Urdu and English Languages: Hindi/

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exporter of the latter) and has a significant computer software industry. . Its large film industry is concentrated in Bombay, with other centers in Calcutta and Madras. In the 1990s the government departed from its traditional policy of self- reliant industrial activity and development and worked to deregulate Indian industry and attract foreign investment. Since then the service industries have grown; international call centers provide employment for an/


- The Press Syndicate Ltd, Bombay set up INDIANISING ADVERTISEMENTS OF FORTIES 1940 -Navanitlal & Co., Ahmedabad set up 1941 -Lux signs Leela Chitnis as the first Indian film actress to endorse the product -/ off. 1958 - Shree Advertising Agency, Bombay 1959 -Associated Publicity, Cuttack CREATIVE REVOLUTION IN THE SIXTIES 1960 - Advertising Accessories, Trichur started - Marketing Advertising Associates, Bombay set up 1961 - Industrial Advertising Agency, Bombay comes into existence - Bal Mundkur quits /

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km inland, causing widespread destruction. MARTA MURGIA BOLLYWOOD MARTA MURGIA Bollywood is the nickname given to the Indian film industry; it is a pun on the word Hollywood. The B comes from Bombay, a big city in India. Bollywood is massive, it makes up to 800 films a year, twice as many as Hollywood, and about 14 million Indian people go to the cinema/

History of Indian cinema  Pioneers of Indian Cinema  1913 Rajah Harishchandra  Most popular features were  Savitri, Lankadahan, krishna  Janma, bhasmasur.

Ara (1931) directed by ardeshir Irani  It include 7 songs. The studio system  With many new hands now need for the production of films, which was gradually developing in to small industry, the studio system made its appearance in Bombay, calcutta and madras Ayodhyecha Raja (1932)  Amar Jyoti (1936), Duniya na mane  In 1929 along with four other partners V.G. Damle, K/

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any copyright of literary, artistic or scientific or other work (including cinematograph films), any patent, trade mark, design or model, plan, secret formula or process, or for information concerning industrial, commercial or scientific experience b) gain derived from the alienation of any/) by Finance Act, 2007. Clifford Chance Vs. DCIT [176 Taxmann 458 Mumbai HC] In this case, the Bombay HC discussed the SC decision in the case of Ishikawajima-Harima case and the amendment passed in the Finance Act, 2007/

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of ‘Diversity Making it Pay’ a conference for ITV and CDN Awarded an OBE for her services to the Broadcasting & Film industry in 2002 Asian Women of Achievement Award for Media Media and Arts Award at the Asian Jewel Awards in 2003 Windrush /clips to showcase her work as a choreographer from some of the most memorable Bollywood films, international credits for Vanityfair, Monsoon Wedding, stage musical Bombay Dreams and the Shakira music video. Audience “An Evening with Farah Khan” Celebrities from mainstream/


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- BOLLYWOOD © 2011 wheresjenny.com Shahrukh Khan INDIA- BOLLYWOOD © 2011 wheresjenny.com Deepika Padukone INDIA- BOLLYWOOD © 2011 wheresjenny.com  Bollywood  Bollywood is the informal term popularly used for the Hindi-language film industry based in Mumbai (formerly known as Bombay), Maharashtra, India. The term is often incorrectly used to refer to the whole of Indian cinema. The name "Bollywood" is derived from/

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grandmother and aunt until he completed his education at St. Marys School, Bombay. At the age of 17, Mercury and his family fled from Zanzibar for/again and again and again. I like to see whats happening now in music, film and theatre and incorporate all of those things.“ Mercury also tended to write musically complex/end, Freddie Mercury and his bandmates determinedly challenged themselves by continually exceeding customary industry standards. Mercury states: We always liked to confuse people and prove were/

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Mumbai  Femina - Womens magazine published in association with BBC  Filmfare - English Film Magazine published in association with BBC TOI Sister Publications 26  The Times of India,/comes with several city- specific supplements, such as- Delhi Times, Calcutta Times, Bombay Times, Hyderabad Times, Indore Times, Kanpur Times, Luckhnow Times, Nagpur Times,/drive is a supplement related to auto- mobiles and latest development in the industry.  Times Property : The weekly supplement has property news. 29  /

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The Bard in Bollywood: Shakespearean Adaptation in Post-Independence Hindi Cinema DEFINING THE TERM “BARD”: In his own lifetime, Shakespeare was described.

in Bollywood: Shakespearean Adaptation in Post-Independence Hindi Cinema DEFINING THE TERM “BOLLYWOOD”: “A name for the Indian popular film industry, based in Bombay. Origin 1970s. Blend of Bombay and Hollywood.”—OED 2005 “A name for the Indian popular film industry, based in Bombay. Origin 1970s. Blend of Bombay and Hollywood.”—OED 2005 “Bollywood is not just a cinema but a more diffuse cultural conglomeration involving a range/

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