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Publication List

  1. Xu, J., Donnar, G., & Kishore, V. (2021). Internationalising Celebrity Studies: turning towards Asia. Celebrity Studies, 12(2), 175-185. doi:10.1080/19392397.2021.1912069

  2. Kishore, V. (2020). The Bombay Talkies - A curated segment for Cineaste International Film Festival of India (CIFFI) 2020. In Cineaste International Film Festival of India 2020 - The Bombay Talkies & the Australia-India Connection! (No. Of Pieces: 3 MP4 files). NOIDA, India: Delhi Metropolitan Education.

  3. Kishore, V., & Sehrawat, K. (2020). Pariza's Lockdown Diary 2020. (No. Of Pieces: MP4 File). Melbourne, Vic.: Vikrant Kishore & Kirti Sehrawat.

  4. Kishore, V. (2019). Purulia Chhau – (A collection of films analysing history, practice and aesthetics of Chhau dance). In International Conference on Indigenous Languages, Traditional Music and Dance within an Intercultural Performance (No. Of Pieces: Format: Video
1.    Film Title: Dance of the Gods (duration 33 minutes)
2.    Film Title: Mahisasur Mardini (Slaying of the Demon Mahisasur) (duration 6 minutes)
3.    Film Title: The Rasa-aesthetics of Purulia Chhau Masks (duration 10 minutes)
Films directed and produced by Vikrant Kishore). Cinéma de Gannat Le Chardon, Gannat, France: International Conference on Indigenous Languages, Traditional Music and Dance within an Intercultural Performance.

  5. Kishore, V., & Saxena, A. (2019). Cineaste International Film Festival (Australian Film Showcase Segment). In Cineaste Film Festival of India! (No. Of Pieces: Film Festival). Noida, India: Delhi Metropolitan Education and Deakin University. Retrieved from http://ciffi.dme.ac.in/

  6. Kishore, V. (2019). The utilisation of Indian folk dance forms in Bollywood - Hybridisation or exploitation?. In S. Bala (Ed.), Changing Trends of Indian Cinema (pp. 62-88). New Delhi, India: Kanishka Publishers.

  7. Cumming, J., & Kishore, V. (2019). Reinventing Sunny Leone: From a porn star to a Bollywood Star!. In A. Saxena, & V. Kishore (Eds.), Indian Cinema: filmic content, social interface and new technologies (pp. 50-72). New Delhi, India: Kanishka Publishers.

  8. Kishore, V., & Saxena, A. (2019). Indian cinema : filmic content, social interface and new technologies. New Delhi, India: Kanishka Publishers.

  9. Kishore, V. (2019). Indian Cinema - Filmic Content, Social Interface and New Technologies: An Overview!. In V. Kishore, & A. Saxena (Eds.), Indian Cinema - Filmic Content, Social Interface and New Technologies (pp. xvii-xxix). New Delhi, India: Kanishka Publishers.

  10. Kishore, V. (2018). ZORENKA - At the International Folklore Festival of Gannat!. In V. Kishore (Ed.), 45th Festival Du Gannat, Le Cultures Du Monde, Gannat 18-28th July 2018 (No. Of Pieces: 1 .mov file). France: Association Nationale Cultures Du Monde, Gannat, France.

  11. Kishore, V. (2018). Australian-Indians: Making a Difference. (No. Of Pieces: Online Videos (web-series)). Melbourne, Vic.: www.sbs.com.au.

  12. Kishore, V. (2018). Choreographing fantastic spectacles: song and dance sequences in Bollywood cinema. In A. Saxena (Ed.), Nationalism, ethnicity and media ethics (pp. 340-363). New Delhi, India: Kanishka Publishers and Distributors.

  13. Kishore, V. (2016). Dance of the Hindu Gods to the Western electronic beats: the Bollywoodisation of Purulia style of Chhau dance. In A. Kondratova (Ed.), CID 2017 : Proceedings of the 47th World Congress CID at UNESCO on Dance Research (pp. 82-97). St Petersburg, Russia: CID at UNESCO, International Dance Council - Conseil International de la Danse, Saint – Petersburg Section of CID at UNESCO.

  14. Kishore, V. (2017). It's My Desi Life!. (No. Of Pieces: Online Videos (web-series)). Melbourne, Australia: www.sbs.com.au.

  15. Title: Dancing to the Tunes of Bollywood (Part I)
Creator(s): Kishore V
 Year presented: 2017
 Year created: 2014
 Description of moving image: 24 min. Digital Short Documentary
 Publisher: Vikrant Kishore
 Place of publication: Melbourne, Vic.
 Keyword(s): Bollywood, Indian Cinema, Dance, Music, Culture, Screen Culture


  16. Title: Dancing to the Tunes of Bollywood (Part 2)
Creator(s): Kishore V
 Year presented: 2017 
Year created: 2017
 Description of moving image: 27.30 min. Documentary Film
 Publisher: Vikrant Kishore 
Place of publication: Melbourne, Vic.
 Keyword(s): Indian Cinema, Folk Culture, Traditional, Culture, Cultural Studies, Cross Culture, Bollywood, Intangible, Popular Culture, Impact, Representation, Media, Dance, Music 

  17. Castillo Rojas, A., Kishore, V., & Patra, P. (2016). Indian Stories, Australian Screens - An International Conference and Film Festival of Indian Cinema (No. Of Pieces: This film festival was organised under the aegis of Communication, Politics and Culture Research Centre, RMIT) [Exhibition]. Melbourne, Vic.: RMIT University. Retrieved from https://www.rmit.edu.au/events/all-events/conferences/2016/december/indian-stories-australian-screen

  18. Kishore, V., Banerjee, A., & Nadkarni, N. (2016). Dance of the Hindu Gods – A Multimedia Exhibition (No. Of Pieces: Multimedia Exhibition) [Exhibition]. Melbourne, Vic.: Vikrant Kishore. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6SC-iwarrCc

  19. Kishore, V., Sarwal, A., & Patra, P. (2016). Salaam bollywood: Representations and interpretations. doi:10.4324/9781315625720

  20. Kishore, V., Sarwal, A., & Patra, P. (2016). Salaam Bollywood : introduction. In V. Kishore, A. Sarwal, & P. Patra (Eds.), Salaam Bollywood : representations and interpretations (pp. 1-8). Abingdon, Eng.: Routledge.

  21. Kishore, V., Sarwal, A., & Patra, P. (2014). Introduction. In Bollywood and its other(s) : towards new configurations (1st ed., pp. 1-10). London, Eng.: Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1057/9781137426505_1

  22. Kishore, V., & Kerrigan, S. (2016). Designing the song and dance sequences: exploring Bollywood’s cinematic creativity. In V. Kishore, A. Sarwal, & P. Patra (Eds.), Salaam Bollywood representations and interpretations (pp. 115-137). Abingdon, Eng.: Routledge.

  23. Kishore, V., Sarwal, A., & Patra, P. (2016). Bollywood and its other(s): Towards new configurations. London, Eng.: Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1057/9781137426505

  24. Kishore, V. (2014). From Real to Reel Folk Dances of India in Bollywood Cinema.

  25. Kishore, V. (2014). Bollywood vamps and vixens: representations of the negative women characters in Bollywood films. In M. Hedenborg-White, & B. Sandhoff (Eds.), Transgressive womanhood: investigating vamps, witches, whores, serial killers and monsters (pp. 141-151). Oxford, Eng.: Inter-Disciplinary Press.

  26. Kishore, V. (2014). Analysing the “Festival Les Cultures Du Monde” of Gannat as a Site for Celebrating Cultural Diversity!. In 37th World Dance Research Congress Conference Proceedings (pp. 1-19). Athens, Greece: International Dance Council (CID), UNESCO.

  27. McIntyre, P., Davis, B., & Kishore, V. (2014). The systems model of creativity and Indian film: a study of two young music directors from Kerala, India. In V. Kishore, A. Sarwal, & P. Patra (Eds.), Bollywood and its other(s): towards new configurations (pp. 110-129). London, Eng.: Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1057/9781137426505_8

  28. Kishore, V. (2014). 'Dil Dance Maare Re' Bollywoodisation of the Indian folk dance forms. In V. I. K. R. A. N. T. Kishore, A. Sarwal, & P. Patra (Eds.), Bollywood and its other(s): towards new configurations (pp. 86-109). London, Eng.: Palgrave Macmillan. Retrieved from https://www.palgrave.com/gp/book/9781137426499

  29. Kishore, V., Sarwal, A., & Patra, P. (2014). Bollywood and Its Other(s) Towards New Configurations Introduction. In V. Kishore, A. Sarwal, & P. Patra (Eds.), BOLLYWOOD AND ITS OTHER(S): TOWARDS NEW CONFIGURATIONS (pp. 1-10). PALGRAVE.

  30. Kishore, V. (2013). Depictions of Eroticism and Sexuality in the "Rain" Song and Dance Sequences of Bollywood Cinema.. In P. Drummond (Ed.), The London Film and Media Reader 2: The End of Representation (Vol. 2, pp. 145-153). London: The London Symposium on behalf of Academic Conferences London Ltd..

  31. Kishore, V. (2013). Sirens, coquettes and vamps—the sexualized and eroticised representation of women in the Indian reality series “Bigg Boss 5”. International journal of communication development, 3(2), 1-8.

  32. Kishore, V. (2011). Amitabh Bachchan: from ‘angry young man’ to ‘flirtatious old man’: changing representations of masculinity in Bollywood!. International journal of communication development, 1-2, 3-9.

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