Marg i — Summer 2013, #64


Marg (Pathway) is a noted quarterly Indian art magazine and a publisher of books on the arts, based in Mumbai. It was first published in 1946, with noted writer, Mulk Raj Anand as its founding editor, who intended it to be a "loose encyclopaedia of the arts of India and related civilisations."

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Editorial Note

Introduction Kaushik Bhaumik

Perspectives Towards New Genealogies for the Histories of Bombay Cinema: The Career of Sagar Film Company (1929–40) Virchand Dharamsey

On “Disreputable” Genres: B-Movies and Revisionary Histories of Bombay Cinema Subhajit Chatterjee

The “Pirate” DJ Vebhuti Duggal

100 Years of the Bombay Cinema Hero: A Brisk Review Kaushik Bhaumik

Conversation Essay Dance in Bombay Cinema Nasreen Rehman with Farah Khan

Focus The Politics of Re-Presentation: Distribution and Exhibition of Indian Cinema in Turkey Ahmet Gürata

Photo Essay Stitches for the Stars Photographs and Text by Clare M. Wilkinson-Weber

Ancillaries Fourteen Stations Atul Dodiya

Book Reviews Kashmir Shawls: the Tapi Collection, by Steven Cohen, Rosemary Crill, Monique Lévi-Strauss, Jeffrey B. Spurr – Janet Rizvi

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