This book analyses the professional journey, achievement and importance of BR Chopra, one of the most important industrial and creative figures of Indian cinema. Drawing upon various theories and researches in Cinema Studies, the book intends to examine BR Chopra’s life and woks, and to survey the notion of authorship placing it at the intersection of auteur studies and industrial studies through the personality of the Producer-Director. While studying the filmmaker, this presentation also underlines various relevant historical and cultural elements in the film industry as well as in the national life during the active years of Chopra.
Dr B R Ambedkar played important role in modern India for national building his advocacy for dalit was within the large framework of his vision for an Indian nation that needed to be Framed since he believed that there could be no nation unless everyone within it was not treated as an equal an end that could be only attain through the annihilation of the caste system and he also finding solutions to various issues right from reservation for backward classes relation with Pakistan reorganisation of the states and equal rights for women upliftment of dalits and his work in framing the constitution of India.
Let us run across the meadows, to the top of the mountain.
For I promise,
The view will calm you, soothe you
Make you feel at peace.
A gentle breeze will drift you away,
from sorrows of the shallow land.
If you get tired in between,
We can rest at the sojourn of happiness.
For I promise,
The road is not too long
Only a little rough.
But we will get there,
All in good time.”
The Sun Shines Bright Here is an unconventional self-help book that starts with a real-life story. Shayna recalls her mundane struggles with introversion, anxiety, self-esteem and love. As she makes her way through her everyday life, she slowly unravels the bitter truth as well as saccharine beauty of this world.
Her life is not legendary. She is not legendary. But her story is. Why? Because it’s yours!