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Sex in Cinema: A History of Female Sexuality in Indian Films

 
Fareed Kazmi (Author)
Synopsis Sex in Cinema: A History of Female Sexuality in Indian Films is a brave forthright and well-researched book that analyses, and puts into perspective, the portrayal of women in Hindi films. It is an objective representation of women on celluloid through the generations, from the early films like  Pyaasa to the more contemporary, Salaam Namaste.
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About the author

Fareed Kazmi

Fareed Kazmi is a professor of Political Science at the University of Allahabad and has long been associated with the study of Indian cinema and its changing facets over the years. Apart from a number of papers, he has also published the The Polotics of India's Conventional Cinema: Imaging a Universe, Subverting the Multiverse, a book that provides an interface between politics, society and mass media.

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Bibliographic information

Title Sex in Cinema: A History of Female Sexuality in Indian Films
Author Fareed Kazmi
Format Softcover
Date published: 04.01.2010
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Rupa & Co.
Language: English
isbn 9788129116215
length 376p.