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Indian "Psycho"

Title:Indian "Psycho"
Author:Bhugra, Dinesh
Publication:British Medical Journal / Indian Council on World Affairs
Enumeration:Vol. 329 Issue 7475, p1191, 2004
Abstract:Presents an essay on the Hindi cinema and film industry in Mumbai, formerly Bombay, India, which is known as "Bollywood". Periods in film history such as the Nehruvian "romantic" age from 1947 to 1966; The hypothesis that political and economic influences impact the portrayal of mental illness in Hindi films; The success of the "angry young man" character in films; The change in how female characters were portrayed.

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