Charting a new approach for understanding cinemas of south India, the essays in this volume broadly focus on Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil, and Telugu films and address wide-ranging issues including identity politics, minority discourse, remakes, and gender politics.
Introduction by Sathya Prakash and Sowmya Dechamma o FAR FROM POLITICS?: QUESTIONING THE CINEMATIC: ; 1.: M. Madhava Prasad, 'Cinema as a Site of Nationalist Identity Politics in Karnataka'; 2.: Ratheesh Radhakrishnan, 'What is Left of Malayalam Cinema?' o THE OTHER HERO: PERFORMANCE AND NEGOTIATION:; 3.: Nikhila H., 'Gender and the Filmic Remake'; 4.: Shyma P., 'Contesting the Modern: Sreenivasan and Chintavishtayaye Shyamala' /; 5.: Jananie K., 'Dualities and Negotiation: 23rd Imsai Arasan Pulikesi' o OF LANGUAGE, CINEMA, AND IDENTITY:; 6.: S.V. Srinivas, 'Film Market and the Telugu Nation' /; 7.: E. Sathya Prakash, 'Telungu Identity, Tamil Cinema, and Cultural Politics /; 8.: Tharakeshwar V.B., 'Visualizing Kannada in the Context of Postmodernity and Postcoloniality' o IS 'LOCAL' LOCAL?: OF GRAND AND LOCAL MEANINGS:; 9.: M.K. Raghavendra, 'Beyond "Bollywood": Interpretin
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