Literature and Movies on Sport




Literature on sport:

  • Publishing sports books and encyclopedias is an emerging industry.
  • Writing articles for encyclopedias, newspapers, sports magazines, and other media also requires knowledge of sports history. 
  • On the subject of exercise, there is an encyclopedia.
  • A new edition of Mallakhamb's history has just been released. 
  • Formerly there existed a sports publication called "Shatkar". English sports literature is widely available.
  • Some television networks only broadcast sports events. For eg. DD Sports  



Movies on Sport: 

  • A number of sports-related and player biopic films have recently been released in different languages.  
  • Deep research into the language, trends, social life, etc. of the time period the movie is set in is necessary for the filmmaking process. History students are well-trained to do this sort of study.  
  • Taking the movies Mary Kom and Dangal as examples.  
  • Mary Kom is the first female boxer from India to compete in the Olympics and take home a medal.  
  • The film Dangal is based on the life of the sisters Phogat, who were the first Indian women wrestlers to win gold medals in several international championships.
  • Other than this, there are several movies based on sports M.S. Dhoni: The untold Story, 83, Bhaag Milkha Bhag, etc.  
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