International Journal of Advanced Mass Communication and Journalism
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International Journal of Advanced Mass Communication and Journalism


2020, Vol. 1, Issue 1, Part A
Preservation of culture through promotion of linguistic Cinema in India: A critical analysis


Author(s): Dr. Neeraj Karan Singh and Ambar Pandey

Abstract: In India, cinema is very near to the lives of people or we can say that it is in the heart of the people. The large screen provides an alternative, an escape from the realities of day-to-day life. People cry, laugh, sing, dance and enjoy emotions through cinema. The Cinema of India comprises of films made from corner to corner in India. Film has huge acclaim in the nation. Upwards of 1800 motion pictures in various languages are framed in consistently. The quantity of movies made and the quantity of tickets are selling. Indian film is the biggest film industry on the planet in 2011 over 3.5 billion tickets were sold over the world. Indian movies have an expansive all through Southern Asia and are realistic in standard films crosswise over different pieces of Asia, Europe, the Greater Middle East, North America, Eastern Africa, and somewhere else. Indian film is viewed as the world's biggest film industry with profound respect to the quantity of movies it produce and the quantity of individuals working inside the film government. Indian film and Western film work as indicated by extremely different spending plan. The word Bollywood is misconstrued with Indian film as a whole alludes just to the Hindi-language industry in the city of Mumbai. There are a few diverse provincial film ventures all through the nation each in an alternate language. The most celebrated ones are Tamil–Kollywood, Telugu–Tollywood, and motion pictures in other provincial dialects like Kannada, Bengali, Marathi, Punjabi, Gujarati, Malayalam, Bhojpuri and some more. Indian Cinema appreciated in the mid twentieth century during the globe. Unlike theatre performance, cinema has historically been, and continues to be, reasonably priced for the common man. Cinema permitted for films to relate social struggles and portray daily life in the city for broad audience. India’s independence the new state had many stories to tell, and the newfound voice to do it. The cinema was the form of inexpensive entertainment, and the industry respond to this need by produce films that catered to popular culture. India continues to be the largest producer of films in the world. Numerous movies keep the spectator with overall topics, engaging tunes, and fun move numbers. The twenty million countries go to the film every day, and can be seen as India's religion with the huge after and solid association with Indian culture, languages and character.here.

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Dr. Neeraj Karan Singh and Ambar Pandey. Preservation of culture through promotion of linguistic Cinema in India: A critical analysis. International Journal of Advanced Mass Communication and Journalism. 2020; 1(1): 33-38.
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