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Takeita Clark HUM215 DIVERSITY AND WORLD CULTURES ANALYZING WORLD CULTURES
Analyzing World Culture 1 Abstract The cultural that I felt personally unfamiliar with was the culture of India. I’m very interested in the India culture due to me recently bonding with someone who is Indian. I have become very close with my friend and would like to learn more about the music, dance, food and religion of the culture. Researching Indian films, I came cross one called “Sixteen” which is an Indian film directed by Raj Purohit. The film focuses on the life of upper -class teenagers growing up in modern Delhiites, India culture and the strict rules that their parents has enforced in their lives so that they would not forget the traditional upbringing of the Indian culture. I have observed from watching the film that Delhi, India’s culture is very in sync with the American culture, there are many similarities that I find quite interesting. My focus in this paper is to highlight the dynamic points in the film “Sixteen” including, the description and lifestyle of the Delta culture and my perspective on one day traveling to India.
Analyzing World Culture 2 “Sixteen”, released on July 12, 2013 is a Hindi drama thriller film directed by Raj Purohit, produced by Shailesh R, Singh and Vishwas Joshi, the two and half hour film is a story about the life of four teenage friends from Delhi, India. The story gives you an insight of the everyday lives of these teens, and how they cope with growing up in a modern society with parents who still believe in the traditional ways of their culture. The focus of the movie is about lost innocence and teenage heartache during modern urban times in India and how the lives of these teenagers are unraveled during this drama filled thriller. Anu an ambitious, carefree teen, who someday dream of becoming a model. Anu

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