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  • Introduction and History
  • Influence of Bollywood
  • Honor and Award
  • Popularity
  • Media, criticism and Own Opinion
  • Sources
  • My first homework

    1. 1. Bollywood Film Industry<br />Introduction and History <br /> <br />Bollywood is derived from Bombay (the former name for Mumbai) and <br />Hollywood.<br />Bollywood has origins in the 1970s, when India overtook America as the <br />world's largest film producer.<br />The first silent feature film was “Raja Harischandra” made in India in 1913.<br />The first Indian sound film was “Alam Ara” (1931), and heavy <br />commercial success.<br />Shocked in great recession era and Indian independent movement <br />during 1930 to 1950.<br />After 1950s, it has become a world second largest film industry after <br />the Hollywood. <br />
    2. 2. A Popular Hindi Movie “Three Idiots” <br />which has been made in Korean Version too<br />Influence of Bollywood <br />Bollywood began influencing musical films in the Western world, and played a particularly instrumental role in the revival of the American musical film industry.<br />Western musical genre, and subsequently films such as Chicago, The Producers Rent, Dream girls and Mamma Mia were produced, fueling a renaissance of the genre of Bollywood style.<br />Many Asian Underground artists, particularly those among the overseas Indian diaspora, have also been inspired by Bollywood music.<br />
    3. 3. Honor and Award<br />Danny Boyle’s Slumdog Millionaire (2008), which has won four Golden <br />Globes (Oscar) and eight Academy Awards, was also directly inspired by <br />Bollywood films and is considered to be a homage to world commercial <br />cinema.<br />The Bollywood musical film ‘Lagaan’ (2001) was nominated for the <br />Academy Award for Best Foreign Language, and two other Bollywood <br />films ‘Devdas’ (2002) and ‘Rang De Basanti’ (2006) were nominated <br />for the BAFTA Award for Best Foreign Language Film.<br /> <br />Some Indian Music Director like A.R. Rahman and R.D. Barman are playing <br />vital role in the world film industries like in Hollywood. Some others artist like, <br />Amrish Puri, Om Puri, and Mallika Serawat have been played in Hollywood. <br />Film Fare Awards, Star Screen awards, IIFA Awards, Zee Cine Awards, <br />Stardust Awards and National Film Awards are the main honor <br />of Bollywood industry. <br />
    4. 4. Popularity<br />Bollywood films are widely watched in South Asian countries, such as Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Sri Lanka.<br />Bollywood has experienced a marked growth in revenue in North American markets, and is particularly popular amongst the South Asian Communities in large cities as Chicago, Toronto and New York City.<br />The awareness of Hindi cinema is substantial in the United Kingdom, where they frequently enter the UK top ten.<br />Bollywood is also popular among African countries, e.g. Nigeria, Somalia, Ethiopia, South Africa and West Africa. Similarly in Oceania country, and south America (Brazil) also heavily influenced by Bollywood industry.<br /> <br />
    5. 5. Media, Criticism and <br />Own Opinion <br />Today, Bollywood business depends more on false promises, fake numbers <br />and lavish promotions. Producers have understood that if they can run all the <br />Cinemas house-full for 2 continuous weeks they can recover/earn all the <br />money. Even after a movie gets bad response, producers would big-mouth <br />about their success in terms of how much money they have made. <br />This proves that Bollywood is more about politics these days than entertainment <br />which is possible by media because of heavy money given for advertising in <br />media. <br />Inside the industry, there is an inevitable reality but media break it outside <br />for example, slum dug milliner, which is the reality of India but all the Indian <br />media said it is not true on the other hand some films have been badly <br />criticized by the Indian audience but media said it is a popular and highly <br />profitable movie, e.g. film kites. <br />Bollywood industry looks like a poor cousin to Hollywood.<br />Some shots are designed in the movie to dominate other countries like Pakistan, <br />Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and China.<br />
    6. 6. Sources<br />BBC News: Kashmir beckons Bollywood Special, 2008, UK<br />On the Bollywood beat, Chennai, India: The Hindu, march, 2010. <br />Talking Images, 75 years of Cinema, Mumbai <br /> <br />Retrieved 2009-05-31, Times of India (filmy volume)<br /><br /><br />Prepared By: Krishna Prasad Subedi, D10516<br />Thank you For Watching It.<br />