Ancient Aesthetics and Current Conflicts: Indian Rasa Theory and Vishal Bhardwaj’s Haider (2014)

@article{Croteau2019AncientAA,
  title={Ancient Aesthetics and Current Conflicts: Indian Rasa Theory and Vishal Bhardwaj’s Haider (2014)},
  author={Melissa Croteau},
  journal={Shakespeare Survey 72},
  year={2019}
}
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Language

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Audiences

Passionate Shakespeare

Happiness

Shame

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The Natyasastra and Indian Cinema: A Study of the Rasa Theory as a Cornerstone for Indian Aesthetics

Article History The paper received on: 13/01/2015 Accepted after peerreview on: 22/02/2015 Published on: 07/03/2015 Bharata Muni(200B.C), the Indian performance theorist and philosopher, is credited

Bollywood, Rasa and Indian Cinema: Misconceptions, Meanings and Millionaire

Indian cinema, popularly referred to as Bollywood, has a piqued history in the global film community. Its products are rarely seen as transcendental works of art, nor are they seen as sophisticated,

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What happens when the Natyasastra, an ancient Sanskrit text about the flavors of emotion, meets the enteric nervous system? How do gut feelings affect performance, reception, actor training, and

What did Bharata mean by rasa?’

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Hamlet–Haider: from rotten Denmark to rotten Kashmir

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