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Title: Compromised Female Space in Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge
Authors: Jha, Priyanka
Keywords: Female Space;Cultural heritage
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Department of English
Institute Name: Central Department of English
Level: Masters
Abstract: This thesis analyses the compromised female space inYash Chopra’sDilwale Duhaniya Le Jayenge.My argument is thatthecultural heritage that people possess and the ideologies that shape out their socio-cultural structure travel with the people wherever they go. Women are supposed to obey the males andlimit themselves within the boundaries of the patriarchal ideologies.Thus, thereligion, rituals,cultural heritage and patriarchal ideologies of the land of their birth place (India)are decisive in shaping the notion of family, marriage, freedomand autonomy to the women among the diasporic Indian communities of the western metropolitian location.
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