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Unformatted text preview: -the “Fragmented” Audience-Multiple satisfactions: take away different things from films-Stars: based on the character’s reputation and past roles in films-Genre: bases on the role in a film’s plot Public Audience: Reception-Immediate cultural context-Intertextuality-“Afterlife”: later cultural context-a way the film can be re seen Bollywood and Rang de Basanti-“Popular” (paisa vasool)-Highly formulaic-Mixture of genres (masala)-Fundamentally Indian-Relationship to Hollywood The Bollywood Audience-Massive, undifferentiated-Cinema going a basic social ritual-stardom is mythic-diasparic audience shaping the genre-shifting from family romances to political film making...
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- Summer '99
- Bollywood, Cinema of India, Rang De Basanti, Audience -Multiple satisfactions, Bollywood Audience -Massive, Public Audience -Turner