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The early films in Hindi cinema dealt with mythical stories which were based on the epics of Ramayana and Mahabharata, family melodramas describing domestic and societal challenges of Indian culture, and costume dramas that included historical topics concerning stories about the saints and princes. The first Indian talkie film 'Alam Ara' was produced in 1931 by Adershir Irani. The film was based on "costume play filled with fantasy and with many melodious songs to intensify the audience's feelings." In other words, Irani conveyed the societal issues of Indian culture through harmonious that were usually dispersed and performed through folklore and stage performances. The film went on to be an effective as it attracted much more audience to view the movie compared to stage play and performances. This film set the stage for different directors to follow the blueprint to create films with songs and to highlight on topics such as mythological, melodramas, action, political and historical topics out there on with the addition of audio. However, the majority of the prior movies contained narrations which demanded male celebrities to have the lead roles and females were given subordinated or domestic domain roles. Therefore, ever since girls in Hindi cinema has been ordered to perform personal world roles things that involves taking responsibility of their own families, nurturing the kids, standing for their familial and social rights, and advocating their neighbours and members of their communities that reflect the norms of Indian heritage goddess however in later movies in 1970s and onward girls were portrayed as sexual thing. So in Hindi cinema, the female actors have been playing these failed and marginal fixed classic and stereotypical roles s.. .