“The Road to Vagrancy”

@article{Gurata2010TheRT,
  title={“The Road to Vagrancy”},
  author={Ahmet Gurata},
  journal={BioScope},
  year={2010},
  volume={1},
  pages={67 - 90}
}
Taking Turkey as an example, this article focuses on the exhibition and reception of Indian films in the 1950s. It begins with a close analysis of Awara (Vagabond) (Raj Kapoor, 1951), comparing the Turkish dubbed version with the original film. Identifying the “significant variations” between these two versions, it notes that Awara was re-presented as a non-national film utilizing Turkified character names and selective scene deletion, common practices for international films exhibited in… 

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