GROUP MEMBERS
02 – Priyanka Baid
06 – Priya Bhavar
07 – Yash Bothra
14 – Rupali Dapte
16 – Nikita Dave
17 – Neha Des...
INTRODUCTION
They call it the „world‟s largest
dream‟factory, a reference to the
1,000-odd films literally churned
out by ...
HISTORY
 The Father Of Indian Cinema –
Dadasaheb Phalke released his bath
breaking film of silent era – RAJA
HARSHCHANDRA...
 The growth of technology and the excitement it
generated the world over eventually gave birth
of India‟s first “Talking ...
 K.Asif‟s Mughal-E-Azam in 1960 give a kick
started try of romantic movies all over India.
 It was the time to shift foc...
MACRO ENVIRONMENT
FACTORS
Political Environment
Legal Environment
Socio-Cultural Environment
Economic Environment
Glo...
POLITICAL ENVIRONMENT
LEGAL ENVIRONMENT
SOCIO-CULTURAL ENVIRONMENT
ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT
GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT
NATURAL ENVIRONMENT
DEMOGRAPHIC ENVIRONMENT
TECHNOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENT
FUTURE OF INDIAN CINEMA
 Government has also included Indian
cinema in its 5 years plan and allocating
50.13 million doll...
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  1. 1. GROUP MEMBERS 02 – Priyanka Baid 06 – Priya Bhavar 07 – Yash Bothra 14 – Rupali Dapte 16 – Nikita Dave 17 – Neha Desai 22 – Sumit Gilitwala 31 – Ruchika Jain 37 – Khushboo Kedia 39 – Pooja Khediwal 57 – Mamta Negi
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION They call it the „world‟s largest dream‟factory, a reference to the 1,000-odd films literally churned out by the Hindi film industry every year. And though films are shot both on location and on indoor sets, it‟s a visit to Bollywood studios in Mumbai that brings home the true essence of the typical Hindi film and television serial.
  3. 3. HISTORY  The Father Of Indian Cinema – Dadasaheb Phalke released his bath breaking film of silent era – RAJA HARSHCHANDRA (1913)  The film was based on mythological character in the year 1930 and was India‟s first full length feature film.
  4. 4.  The growth of technology and the excitement it generated the world over eventually gave birth of India‟s first “Talking and Singing Film” i.e. ALAM ARA made by Ardshir Irani and screnned in Bombay in 1931.  It was a Golden Age 1950s and 1960s that produced some of India‟s most critically acclaimed films and memorable actors of all time.  Among those in Bollywod‟s Hall of Fame – Gurudutt, Mehboob Khan, Raj Kapoor, Balraj Sahani, Nargis, Bimal Roy, Meena Kumari, Madhubaala, and Dilip Kumaar
  5. 5.  K.Asif‟s Mughal-E-Azam in 1960 give a kick started try of romantic movies all over India.  It was the time to shift focus to aesthetic appeal and stars like Shah Ruck Khan, Rajnikant, Madhuri Dixit, Aamir Khan, Chiranjivi, Juhi Chavla and Hritik Roshan begin to explore ways to use new techniques to enrich Indian cinema with their performances.  Indian Cinema finally found a Global Mass appeal at the turn of 21st Century and it turned to international audiences.
  6. 6. MACRO ENVIRONMENT FACTORS Political Environment Legal Environment Socio-Cultural Environment Economic Environment Global Environment Natural Environment Demographic Environment Technological Environment
  7. 7. POLITICAL ENVIRONMENT
  8. 8. LEGAL ENVIRONMENT
  9. 9. SOCIO-CULTURAL ENVIRONMENT
  10. 10. ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT
  11. 11. GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT
  12. 12. NATURAL ENVIRONMENT
  13. 13. DEMOGRAPHIC ENVIRONMENT
  14. 14. TECHNOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENT
  15. 15. FUTURE OF INDIAN CINEMA  Government has also included Indian cinema in its 5 years plan and allocating 50.13 million dollar to it.  Reliance Industries are planning to invest in this field by building their own studios.

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