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  1. The Indian mainline cinema has matured and changed, no longer the running around trees and heavily choreographed song dance sequences.Now this should be attributed to the new group of writers and directors who have started to think out of the box.
    Loving it all!!

    • Thanks. I agree that the new blood coursing through the industry’s veins are definitely the ones who are at the forefront of this change – Anurag Kashyap being key

  2. Charles Victor |

    Nice observation! I do believe the Indian audience has evolved as well, along with the film making you’ve discussed here. I think the need to see the underbelly, the rough, the dark, has grown and directors, writers and cinematographers are delivering just that. Cinema is no longer only an escape but it’s also slowly becoming a mirror and I think the audience has played a large role in helping make that possible. I’m not sure I entirely like all the examples here but again, point well and relevantly made!

    • Thank You. Completely agree that cinema is now becoming a mirror…would love to hear the movies that you think are changing the scene…

  3. I am happy about this change. Now we have a wider range compared to the candy floss era. I don’t mean to say they were bad, but yeah the flourishing of this variety is great for Indian cinema and movie watchers.Now we can have more fantasies.

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