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Bombay, the Cinematic City

Bombay, the Cinematic City M S S Pandian The makeover of Indian cities since the 1990s is a story of a few being favoured and most being marginalised. No doubt, malls, condominiums, gated townships, information technology- parks, multi-lane expressways, and global brands infuse Indian cities with global urban aesthetics. Yet, the incongruity of such aesthetics is constantly disclosed by its need to coexist with the inherited city

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