picturization

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picturization

(ˌpɪktʃəraɪˈzeɪʃən) or

picturisation

n
1. (Journalism & Publishing) the act or process of picturizing something
2. (Film) the act or process of picturizing something
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The picturisation is so minute that probably this is the only film that shows the Buddhist flag - a common and popular identity of new Buddhists and the blue flags identified with Dalit politics of RPI, BSP and others - in the far background of the poor hamlets of the Telangana, whereas in front the flags of TRS are prominently visible.
Aditya Chopra did not like aACAyTujhe Dekha To' picturisation.
Former IPS officer and activist Kiran Bedi too supported the idea but went a step further and suggested that the contribution of women in India's history should On the portrayal of women as commodity, the minister of state for commerce said, " You are encouraging a certain theme, a certain narrative, story, picturisation, where she's made a commodity, where a woman is being projected as a doormat, and you are comfortably watching it.
Those days, any film, which contained picturisation of Armed Forces, had to be cleared by the Ministry of Defence.
The picturisation of these songs is a treat to watch.
Damien's picturisation is spot-on, with words of the speakers forming pictures in the background to make it easier for viewers to understand the message.
Papa Jag Jayega is a standout track with its funny picturisation making it more appealing.
If the film is set in today's India, then the song picturisation is obsolete and unimaginative.
We still cannot do a song picturisation the way it was done in Singin' in the Rain .
Srinu Vaitla's interesting narration, S Thaman's rocking music, excellent picturisation, Gopimohan and Kona Venkat's punch dialogues and funny one-lines, Brahmanandam and MS Narayana's rib-tickling comedy, exotic locales, beautiful costumes and a few other things are its other highlights," Shekhar said.
Apart from the peppy beats and tune, even the picturisation -- particularly Saif ' s peculiar and funny expressions -- are similar to the Iranian hit.
We sing for films but only after an assurance that the picturisation would not be detrimental to the respect we bestow to our singing," says Pyarelal.