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Volume 6 Issue 1
An Analysis of the Dwindling Seriousness in Perceiving and Listening to Bollywood Music: from Blockbuster to Lackluster
|Music in Indian era ranging from 70s to 90s previously was perceived as a medium that
united our diversified Indian society using Bollywood as ‘projected motion pictures medium established in a commercial theatrical setting’, however with passing ages, the art form has not been credited enough in influencing and mending habitual realities as an equipollent
democratic medium of social interaction, recreation, and evolution. While India and Indians have respected and celebrated all genres of music since ages dating back from being musical maestro gems in the Mughal durbars to making music from movies as Mother India (1957) ever-perennial milestones in Indian music industry. The spread of music in between the 20 and 21 centuries shared a parallel realm of pragmatism altering the seriousness with which music was created and listened to in the past and the concerning western music streaming influence that it is consumed in currently.
|Music Streaming, Music Consumption, Artificial Intelligence, Bollywood, Commercial, Remix, Artists.
|Arts > Movies / Music / TV
|Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024
|An Analysis of the Dwindling Seriousness in Perceiving and Listening to Bollywood Music: from Blockbuster to Lackluster - Nestor Norris - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i01.12524
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