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CO1. To impart overall idea to the learners on the Hindi Cinema from colonial time to till date.
CO2. To deliver to the learners various phases of development and growth of Hindi Cinema.
CO3. To impart knowledge of Cinematic Narrative by keeping art and aesthetic value of Performance in Hindi Cinema with a special emphasis on Hindi Songs of the Indian Panorama.
CO4. To attend screening of Indian Panorama by learners.
After completion of the course students will be
1. Able to understand the rise of the Hindi Cinema from beginning to till date.
2.Able to appreciate the arts and aesthetic values of Hindi Cinema.
3.Able to distinguish the role and function of the India Panorama.
Historical Overview, The Parsi Theatre, The Silent Era and The Talkie, Narrating the Nation in Hindi Cinema, Romance and Social Mores: “Heroes and Heroines”
Some Significant Turns, New Wave Cinema and The Formula Film, The Angry Young Man, The Indian Diaspora and Bollywood, Contemporary Bollywood Cinema
The Hindi Film Song, Cinematic Narrative and the Song (theme, mood, story, relief, interior monologue subversion), Aesthetics: Rasa and Abhinaya, Raga and Tala, The Score – Lyrics, Music, Singer, Entertainment and the Public Imagination
Hindi Cinema - Two Case Studies, Suggested screenings:Do Bigha Zamin/BandiniSahab, Bibi, Ghulam/ Pyaasa,Awara/Shri 420, Mughal-e-Azam/Pakeeza, Deewar/ Zanjeer, Koi Mil Gaya/Krish, HTHK/DDLJ/Maine Pyar KiyaSholay/Amar Akbar Anthony
Entertainment and the Public Imagination
In this Practice session, Students will discuss about Entertainment and the Public Imagination