Indian cinema celebrated its centenary in 2013; critical study of Hindi cinema is a relatively recent phenomenon. The conventional Hindi cinema industry produces 600 films per year, ranking above Hollywood in terms of the number of total films produced and the number of audiences it attracts. For Hindi cinema to cope with psychoanalysis, it needs to go back to the Indian roots of the discipline. Bose's position, both theoretically and as the father of psychoanalytic theory in India, was challenged by the Indian scholar, A. K. Ramanujan. Ramanujan not only wrote about the Indian Oedipus but also collected folktales from around India in different languages in order to expose and explain the role of the Oedipal complex in each story. In the Ramanujan model, relationships between mother and son, and father and daughter, are strong. Ramanujan concludes that Oedipal patterns similar to the favoured Indian one appear elsewhere in world mythology and folklore.