Bollywood movies are usually about heroism where a man rescues and comforts the female character and takes responsibility to fix all problems. Most successful Bollywood movies have a male superstar in the lead role. But there are few exceptions and QUEEN is one among those rare and unconventional movies which are neither male dominated nor a love story. Queen instead is a fresh perspective on women. Queen is film hat is intensely local and gloriously global with a terrific lead performance by Kangna
Ananya’s article we go through the motions of life as told by Bollywood and is a beautiful example of the silver screens capturing the scenes of life in rural India.
Marriage in the traditional sense refers to the union between a man and woman such that children born to the women are the recognized offspring of both parents (Seligman) . The statement claims that marriage, particularly Hindu marriage is a more firmly established custom and practice in India as compared to other countries in the world with the figures cited highlighting the low divorce rate in India in relation to the United States. The perception that marriages in India are highly stable has been
• Maalik-A man's actual commitment is addressed when the couple's kid is conceived with no appendages • Apraadh-A racer succumbs to a lovely young lady who ends up being a hoodlum. • Preetam-A tyke with no folks is raised by his uncle and close relative and turns into a man who tends to others. • Haar Jeet-A cheerfully wedded man gets tangled into an additional maritial issue driving her to get pregnant. • Roop tera mastaana-Princess Usha is substituted with careful clone by her own one of