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Running Head: INDIAN CULTURE 1 Indian Culture Affiliation Student’s Name
INDIAN CULTURE 2 Describe the cultural differences you have observed in the video. There various cultural differences I have observed in the films I have watched. These cultural differences vary depending on the themes that the film producers intended to pass on to their audiences through their films. To begin with, the film ‘Holiday: A Soldier is never off duty’ has various cultural aspects. Violence is one of the cultural aspects observed in this film. Violence is seen to be part of the Indian culture as depicted through the main character, Virat. His actions as well as those of the soldiers depict violence. In addition, marriage is part of culture in this film. Virat’s parents have already arranged for a marriage partner for him before he gets home for the holiday (Atreya, 1963). These cultural aspects differ from those observed in ‘ Attarintiki Daredi’. Gratitude is seen to be a central cultural aspect in the film. As a way of showing gratitude to Siddhu for saving for Rajasekhar a heart stroke, Raghunandan appoints him to be the driver. Marriage is an aspect of culture though a bit different from the way it is depicted in the film ‘Holiday: A Soldier is never off duty’ a s the parents have to approve of the marriage partner before the marriage takes place. Peace also an important aspect of the Indian culture in ‘Attarintiki Daredi’ film. This is

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