Table of contents for Filming the line of control : the Indo-Pak relationship through the cinematic lens / edited by Meenakshi Bharat, Nirmal Kumar.

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Introduction                                           ix
1. Genre Development in the Age of Markets and
Nationalism: The War Film                           3
Kishore Budha
2. Aggression and Transgression on the
India-Pakistan Border                              21
Adrian Athique
3. Borders and Border Crossings in Main Hoon Na and
Veer-Zaara                                         40
Rajinder Dudrah
4. Partition Literature and Films: Pinjar and Earth   59
Meenakshi Bharat
5. 'Millions of Daughters of Punjab Weep Today':
The Female Perspective in Partition Films          71
Claudia Preckel
6. 'Broken'Memories, Incomplete Dreams':
Notes towards an 'Authentic' Partition Cinema      86
Savi Munjal
7. Partitioned Memories: The Trauma of Partition in
Ghatak's Films                                     96
Kamayani Kaushiva
8. Defining a Non-Pakistan-centric Post-globalisation
Self in Hindi Cinema 1996-2006                   111
Sunny Singh
9. 'Kaisi Sarhaden, Kaisi Majbooriyan':
Two Countries, Two Enemies, One Love Story       128
Nirmal Kumar
10. My Brother, My Enemy: Crossing the Line of Control
through the Documentary                          140
Aparna Sharma
11. Fascist Imaginaries and Clandestine Critiques:
Young Hindi Film Viewers Respond to Violence,
Xenophobia and Love in Cross-border Romances     157
Shakuntala Banaji
12. Aijaz Gul on Cinema in Pakistan:
History, Present Scenario and Future Prospects   179
Interviewed by ArshadAmanullah
13. Guftagu: M.S. Sathyu, Javed Akhtar, Mahesh Bhatt  186
Interviewed by TavishiAlagh

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