Evolution of The Indian Film Industry : From Black & White to OTT

If people of the Western world were introduced to Indian films as full of colors, songs, and dance; they also had a rendezvous with the Indian realistic cinema. For instance, Satyajit Ray’s Pather Panchali first premiered at New York’s Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) in 1955 and then later it was released in Kolkata the same year. During the 1960s, the Indian government financed some of the independent films based on Indian themes.

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Saints Or Sinners – Ruskin Bond Treats Every Character Equally

Fostered from the roots of Nature – Ruskin Bond’s Story not only expresses the elementary foundation between nature and mankind but curates and cultivates every character straight from our everyday lives. Bond refrains from preaching but puts anecdotes from real life on paper; the lives of simple and ordinary people like thieves, gardeners, beggars, teachers, drivers, and house helpers. Bond’s world never interferes with the super-rich idiosyncrasies but with the poor and middle-class struggles. Most importantly, Bond portrays his characters deciding on the lights of the circumstances, and what is required at the moment, not making his readers judge them for just doing what they knew best.

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