Dr. Farooq Sulehria, Assistant Professor, School of Liberal Arts, has published a co-authored book chapter, titled, “How Hindutva’s ‘other’ views ‘otherification’: Pakistani response to Bollywood’s Saffron myth making’.
Dr. Sulehria and his co-author, Dr. Qaiser Abbas (Methodist University, USA) have previously co-edited a book on Pakistani media, titled, ‘From Terrorism to Television: Media, State and Society in Pakistan’ (Routledge).
The chapter by Dr. Sulehria and Dr. Abbas has been contributed to an edited anthology, titled, “Historicizing Myths in Contemporary India Cinematic Representations and Nationalist Agendas in Hindi Cinema” (Routledge). Edited by Swapna Gopinath and Rutuja Deshmukh, “examines historical films released in India since the new millennium and analyses cinema as a reflection of the changing socio-political and economic conditions at any given period”.
Historicizing Myths in Contemporary India Cinematic Representations and Nationalist Agendas in Hindi Cinema