Found in Translation: From Hollywood Hits to Bollywood Blockbusters

By ___ Ostrowski

Group Notes

1. Chakravarty, Sumita S. (1993). National identity in Indian popular cinema 1947-1987. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press.

2. Virdi, Joytika. (2003). The cinematic imagination: Indian popular films as social history. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

3. Dwyer, Rachel (2000). All you want is money, all you need is love: Sex and romance in modern India. London: Cassell.

4. Lal, Vinay& Nandy, Ashis. (2006). Introduction. In V. Lal & A. Nandy (eds), Fingerprinting popular culture: The mythic and the iconic in Indian cinema, pp. xi-xxvii. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.

5. Nayar, Sheila. J. (1997). The values of fantasy: Indian popular cinema through Western scripts. The Journal of Popular Culture 31(1), 73-90.

6. Kaur, Ravinder. (2002). Viewing the West through Bollywood: a celluloid Occident in the making. Contemporary South Asia 11(2), 199-209.

7. Nayar, Shiela. J. (2005). Dis-orientalizing Bollywood: Incorporating Indian popular cinema into a survey film course. New Review of Film and Television Studies 3(1), 59-74.

8. Chakravarty, Sumita. S. (1993). National identity in Indian popular cinema 1947-1987. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, p 32.

9. Virdi, Joytika. (2003). The cinematic imagination: Indian popular films as social history. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

10. Dissanayake

11. Nayar, Sheila J. (1997). The values of fantasy: Indian popular cinema through Western scripts. The Journal of Popular Culture 31(1), 73-90.

12. Marshall, Garry. (Director) (1990). Pretty Woman [Motion picture]. United States: Screen Partners IV.

13. Burmawalla, Abbas Alibhai & Burmawalla, Mastan Alibhai (Directors) (2001). Chori Chori Chupke Chupke [Motion picture]. India: Eros International.

14. Booth, Gregory D. (1993). Traditional practice and mass mediated music in India. IRASM 24(2), 159-174.

15. Majumdar, Rochona. (2004). Looking for brides and grooms: Ghataks, matrimonials, and the marriage market in colonial Calcutta, circa 1875-1940. Journal of Asian Studies 63(4), 911-936.

16. Dubois, Abbe J. A. (1999). Hindu manners, customs and ceremonies. Delhi: Book Faith India.

17. Ghosh, Anindita. (2003). An uncertain “coming of the book”: Early print cultures in Colonial India. Book History 6, 23-55.

18. Dubois, Abbe J. A. (1999). Hindu manners, customs and ceremonies. Delhi: Book Faith India.

19. Banaji, Shakuntala. (2006). Reading ‘Bollywood’: The young audience and Hindi Films. Houndsmills, Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

20. Gangoli, Geetanjali. (2005). Sexuality, sensuality and belonging: Representations of the ‘Anglo-Indian’ and the ‘Western’ woman in Hindi cinema. In R. Kaur & A. J. Sinha (Eds.) Bollyworld: Popular Indian cinema through a transnational lens, pp. 143-162. New Delhi: SAGE Publications.

21. Kinsley, David R. (1986). Hindu goddesses: Visions of the divine feminine in the Hindu religious tradition. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

22. Ahmed-Ghosh, Huma. (2003). Writing the nation on the beauty queen’s body: Implications for a “Hindu” nation. Meridians: feminism, race, transnationalism 4(1), 205-227.

23. Kinsley, David R. (1986). Hindu goddesses: Visions of the divine feminine in the Hindu religious tradition. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, p 65.

24. Gangoli, Geetanjali. (2005). Sexuality, sensuality and belonging: Representations of the ‘Anglo-Indian’ and the ‘Western’ woman in Hindi cinema. In Raminder Kaur & Ajay J. Sinha (Eds.) Bollyworld: Popular Indian cinema through a transnational lens, pp. 143-162. New Delhi: SAGE Publications, p 146.

25. Chakravarty, Sumita. S. (1993). National identity in Indian popular cinema 1947-1987. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press.

26. Chen, Joan (Director) (2000). Autumn in New York [Motion picture]. United States: Lakeshore Entertainment.

27. Advani, Nikhil (Director) (2003). Kal Ho Naa Ho [Motion picture]. India: Dharma Productions.

28. Puri, Joyti. (1999). Woman, body, desire in post-colonial India: Narratives of gender and sexuality. New York: Routledge.

29. Bhat, Anitha K. & Dhruvarajan, Raj. (2001). Ageing in India: Drifting intergenerational relations, challenges and options. Aging and Society 21, 621-640.

30. Saunders, Jennifer B. (2002). Dharma, discourse, and Diaspora: When work and family demands overlap. Paper written for The Emory Center for Myth and Ritual in American Life. Accessed April 28, 2007 from http://www.marial.emory.edu/pdfs/Saunders021-02.pdf.

31. Waghorne, Joanne P. (1999). Chariots of the God/s: Riding the line between Hindu and Christian. History of Religions 39(2), 95-116.

 


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