MUMBAI – MAHARASHTRA – INDIA DECEMBER 29 , 2011 12.30 P.M.
This is the 7th article in Bhojpuri City , a fortnightly Bhojpuri trade magazine , which carries my column .
My 6th article was published in the September 1st issue of the said magazine . That was delayed by two and half months .
I promised that in future I would be regular . But again I went for the pilgrimage of South India and this article comes after almost three months . It’s definitely not a good sign for a budding columnist .
This is very short article about the topics on which current Bhojpuri films are being made . Films of various other Indian languages are moving ahead . They are experimenting with technique and format but Bhojpuri films are stuck in the same clichéd groove . This article concentrates on that .
I promise that I would be regular in future . If a fortnightly column come after 2 / 3 months , it definitely diminishes the purpose . There are various Bhojpuri speaking nations in the world . Bhojpuri speaking people are almost 24 crores in numbers . Through this column I want to reach Bhojpuri speaking diaspora . So I have to be regular .
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