1 hr 23 min

Uday Bhatia on the Hindi Gangster Film Tradition Ideas of India

    • Social Sciences

In this episode, Shruti talks with Uday Bhatia about Hindi gangster films, particularly “Satya” and its legacy. They discuss vigilante cops, corrupt politicians and other movie tropes, as well as how the Indian gangster film has evolved over time. Bhatia is a film critic with Mint Lounge. He has previously worked with Time Out Delhi and The Sunday Guardian. His writing has appeared in The Caravan, GQ, The Indian Quarterly, The Indian Express and The Hindu Business Line. Bhatia is also the author of “Bullets Over Bombay,” a book about the iconic Indian film “Satya” and its legacy.
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To learn more about The 1991 Project, visit the1991project.com.
For a full transcript of this conversation with helpful links, please visit DiscourseMagazine.com.

In this episode, Shruti talks with Uday Bhatia about Hindi gangster films, particularly “Satya” and its legacy. They discuss vigilante cops, corrupt politicians and other movie tropes, as well as how the Indian gangster film has evolved over time. Bhatia is a film critic with Mint Lounge. He has previously worked with Time Out Delhi and The Sunday Guardian. His writing has appeared in The Caravan, GQ, The Indian Quarterly, The Indian Express and The Hindu Business Line. Bhatia is also the author of “Bullets Over Bombay,” a book about the iconic Indian film “Satya” and its legacy.
Follow Uday on Twitter: https://twitter.com/yooday 
Follow Shruti on Twitter: https://twitter.com/srajagopalan
To learn more about The 1991 Project, visit the1991project.com.
For a full transcript of this conversation with helpful links, please visit DiscourseMagazine.com.

1 hr 23 min