Cinema in India is like brushing your teeth in the morning you can’t escape it.
Indian cinema completed its journey about 103 years. Indian cinema is the most famous and colourful cinema, colourful doesn’t mean blue , green , purple or etc. it means there are people of different kinds from every part/territory of the country i.e , from north to south and east to west. Indian cinema has its own vast history it contains many cinema for instance:-, at early times we have silent cinema, then sound cinema the golden era of cinema, now modern cinema.
Each cinema era contains something special in it. A special kind of drama, thriller, fantasy, emotions, music or etc. which is shown through by our respected directors, produces, or writers in cinema.
Indians have special space for cinema in there heart weather the story of cinema is about love, family love, family problems, children’s or adults behaviour towards their parents friends, every age group somewhere at some point feel connected with that we don’t know where but deep inside we does. Like we brushing our teeth daily but sometimes we don’t even realise that how important is that single thing for our whole day and future as well. Same our today’s super hits reflects how we dressed up, our makeup, hair styles, delivery of dialogue or sets & locations we are using for film to our future generation like we can clearly see how was our India looks like in early 1910s, 1930s, 1950-1970 ,80s and 90s the locations used by our directors Kashmiri hills, Kerala coconut beaches, equipment’s and many more. Some people don’t like to read more and more but they want to know how their country looks like when the don’t even get birth, through the cinema we can aware people provide them knowledge how freedom fighters fights for our country, apart from that our youth also having interest in knowing how at grand maa or great great grand paa times people fell in love without any continuous talking on mobile phones or delivery of dialogue makeup, hairstyles, pattern of songs Sufi’s shayari’s and ghazel’s .
Example dialog of Raaj Kumar “MOHABBAT KA TAMASHA ISHQ KI TAASEER DEKHOGE…MERE SEENE MEIN DIL MEIN HEER KI TASVEER DEKHOGE” to Ranveer Singh’s dialogue “ BAJIRAO NE MASTANI SE MOHBBAT KARI HAI, AYYASHI NAHI”
The meaning of both dialogs are similar but you can see the music, dialog delivery and etc.,, the uniqueness of both dialogues is era.
Nowadays cinema is the most popular way to define or elaborate something with entertainment like we have movies on our god and goddesses which helps to children or illiterate people who cannot read holy books but via this they can learn or know it. Many people wants to know what happened in India when Indian territory is under controlled in britishers ?, what happened during era of independence?, what are the major losses of our country?. What is kargil war?? What happened on our LOCs ,borders of our country ? what our security forces do for us and what they sacrifices for our country. Via cinema we can get an idea of people who are awake late at night on borders when we are sleeping in our homes and lost in our dreams. When we are celebrating Diwali or Holi our forces still on borders. Our famous singer lata mangeshkar sung a beautiful song for our Indian forces. That 5 min song can wet any true Indian’s eye, ‘ ae mere vatan ke logo’ there’s line in that song which can simplify the emotions of Indian force when our country’s fest season begin and they are on borders and we are with our families friends and celebrating.
In 20th century cinema is playing a biggest role in awaking, motivating, and encouraging people as well as how to give respect, earn respect and spreading good vibes everywhere and love.
Written By Diksha Chaurasia BMC II Semester