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06 Jan

Mediacracy and Transcreation

‘Mediacracy’ and Transcreation: Problematising the Fabricated Paradigm of Honour in Drishyam -Manu Mangattu   Abstract The movie Drishyam (2014), hailed initially as a gripping family tale, has of late been hounded by controversies. The narrative revolves around the efforts of the protagonist to cover up a murder to save his family. The audience prodded on