This is a comprehensive study of the most successful movie industry in the world, which has a very different style to its eponymous American counterpart. Including a collection of profiles of the top Bollywood stars, singers, writers, directors and producers, with previously unpublished interviews with all the key players, this is a guide to the Bollywood phenomenon.
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Although not a well–known fact, India is home to the biggest filmindustry on the planet. Bollywood is the story of Hindi cinema in all its glory and abundance, told in the words of its top actors, singers, writers, directors, and producers. It ranges from the classics—like “Sholay,” “Mother India,” “Dil Se,” and “Mr. and Mrs. 55”—to recent hits, including “Mohabbatein” and “Mission Kasmir.” Complete with color photos and scores of interviews, this is an essential film–lover’s guide to the phenomenon that is Bollywood. Nasreen Munni Kabir, an independent television producer and director, is also the author of Guru Dutt: A Life in Cinema and Talking Films: Conversations on Hindi Films with Javed Akhtar.About the Author:
Nasreen Munni Kabir works as an independent television producer and director in London. Her company, Hyphen Films, has been producing Hindi cinema material and programming seasons of films for Channel 4 for over fifteen years, including the critically acclaimed series Movie Mahal and How to Make a Bollywood Movie. She is also the author of Guru Dutt: A Life in Cinema and Talking Films: Conversations on Hindi Films with Javed Akhtar.
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