By Anjali Gera Roy
This anthology goals to painting the delicate strength of Bollywood, which makes it a special and strong disseminator of Indian tradition and values in another country. The essays within the booklet research Bollywood s acceptance inside of and out of doors South Asia, targeting its function in diplomacy and international relations. proven and rising students in literature, theater, movie, dance, tune, media, cultural reviews, and sociology from various components of the realm current their perspectives from multidisciplinary views according to case experiences from Australia, New Zealand, the united kingdom, Germany, Russia, the U.S., Senegal, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Indonesia and Canada, as well as India.
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In fact, the production of Brand Bollywood and its global visibility has made it available for the state to use it for diplomatic purposes. While being sensitive to the diplomatic provenance of soft power, the multidisciplinary essays in this book demonstrate the convergences as well as divergences between the attractiveness of Indian films, their brand marketing by a global cultural industry, smart power, and soft power. References Ahmad, Faraz. 1980. ” Times of India, October 26. nsf/(docid)/041F63091F301B566525694 0004E8848 (accessed on January 20, 2012).
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