Frontline goes beyond Bollywood in issue on 100 years of cinema

03 Oct,2013

By A Correspondent

 

Frontline, the fortnightly news magazine from The Hindu publishers Kasturi & Sons Ltd has launched an issue that celebrates 100 years of Indian cinema. This issue of the magazine features interviews with eminent personalities such as Amitabh Bachchan, Gulzar and Mammooty along with articles on censorship, the evolution of film music, the fan club phenomenon and the portrayal of women in films.

 

Well, this is not the first time a publication has looked at the issue. But what makes this stand out as the articles look beyond Bollywood and throws a spotlight on movie-making in the South and the North East.   The issue is is priced at Rs 50 and hit the stands yesterday (Oct 2)

 

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