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  1. 1. Hindi Film Industry
  2. 2.  Bollywood is the name given to the Mumbai-based Hindi-language film industry in India.  The name of Bollywood it derives from combination of two words, Bombay (former name of Mumbai) and Hollywood (center of American film industry).  The naming scheme for "Bollywood" was inspired by "Tollywood", the name that was used to refer to the cinema of West Bengal(industry based in Tollygunge, Kolkata).
  3. 3.  When combined with other Indian film industries (Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, Marathi , Malayalam, Kannada), it is considered to be the largest in the world in terms of number of films produced, and maybe also the number of tickets sold. India is the largest movie-producing country in the world Produces appximately 900 films annually. Indian movies are increasing in popularity - mostly seen by Indians in India and abroad
  4. 4. Raja Harishchandra (1913), by Dadasaheb Phalke was the first silent feature film made in India. Dadasaheb Phalke also he known as Father of Indian Cinema. By the 1930s, the industry was producing over 200 films per annum  The first Indian sound film, Ardeshir Irani's Alam Ara (1931), was a major commercial success.
  5. 5.  Kisan Kanya (1937) was produced . This was the first color movie made in Indian film industry.
  6. 6. In 1931 Alam Ara, the first Indian talkie, was made, Subsequently, music and fantasy came to be seen as vital elements of filmic experience. Sometimes the use of music was overdone. For example Indrasabha in 1932contained 70 songs. Since this era, music became the defining element of Indian cinema. By 1940s cinematography played an important role in Indian movies. There remained a great deal of western influence on Indian popular cinema along with the song, dance, and fantasy staples.
  7. 7. By the 1950s Indian popular cinema had established itself as a form of art, entertainment and industry. Film historians call this period the golden age of Indian cinema. The international popularity for many of these movies and film actors like Raj Kapoor made the Indian government recognize the revenue- earning capacity of the film industry. The subsequent government intervention resulted in censorships and heavy taxation, which made life difficult for filmmakers. In 1960, the Film Finance Corporation, which later formed the National Film Development Corporation, for financing and exporting films, was established.
  8. 8. The masala film – the quintessential Bollywood entertainer – burst onto the scene only in the 1970s. The 1980s saw the rise of several woman directors such as Aparna Sen, Prema Karnath and Meera Nair. The 1990s ushered in a mixed genre of romantic films, thrillers, action movies and comedy films. Gradually, the face of Indian cinema was changing once again. Technology now gave us Dolby digital sound effects, advanced special effects, choreography and international appeal. This brought investments from the corporate sector along with finer scripts and performances.
  9. 9. Indian cinema finally found global mass appeal at the turn of the 21st century. As the world became a global village, the industry reached out further to international audiences. Investments made by major global studios such as 20th Century Fox, Sony Pictures, and Warner Bros was confirmation that Bollywood had etched itself on the global psyche. Prominent Indian corporate firms such as Zee, UTV and Adlabs also jumped onto the Bollywood bandwagon, to both produce and distribute films. Such was the excitement in the industry that by 2003, as many as 30 film production companies had been listed on the National Stock Exchange. Cinema in India remains the single largest entertainer to date.
  10. 10. Bollywood movie is famous all over the world for romantic movies. Indian movies has every thing include Action, Romance, comedy, suspense, Dance, Emotion and etc. Mostly people of Indian region like to see family movies….But as the western culture is taking place so its changing many things.
  11. 11. Production Houses Like…. •Yash Raj Films •Dharma Production •Red chillies •Mukta arts •UTV motion & etc.
  12. 12. • Actors and Actress • Amitabh Bachchan • Shah Rukh Khan • Amir Khan • Hrithik Roshan • Rekha • Kareena Kapoor • Kajol • Katrina Kaif
  13. 13. • Directors • Yash Chopra • Rajkumar Hirani • Sanjay leela Bhansali • David Dhavan • Karan Johar • Rakesh Roshan • Reema Kagti
  14. 14. • Others Like….. • Music Directors ……….A R Rehman • Sigers ……….Sonu Nigam ……….Sherya Ghosal
  15. 15. • Distributors ………. Like…….. • Yash Raj • Eros • Reliance Entertainment
  16. 16. • Foreign Distributors …….. Like ……. • Warner Bros • Star Fox • Exhibitors ……… Like…….. • Big Cinemas • PVR Cinemas • INOX
  17. 17. • By 2040, Hollywood (Los Angeles) is forecasted to remain the largest filmed entertainment cluster. However, Bollywood may close the gap significantly to become the second largest cluster.
  18. 18. Bollywood is Worlds largest movie making industry . The movie industry is one of the most exciting and fastest-growing businesses in the world. Revenue of a single film can approach $1 billion and worldwide gross revenues are now over $40 billion annually. The development of new distribution channels such as cable, DVD and Internet together with the opening of new international markets in recent years have created vast opportunities for revenue from ownership of film properties.
  19. 19. Movies are not only the world’s most popular form of entertainment, but the film business is now becoming recognized as a highly lucrative and profitable investment sector. Before the reform, the filmmakers were hugely dependent on diamond merchants and underworld for finances. Quite a few banks, including IDBI, Exim Bank and Bank of Baroda, are pumping money into movie-making business. The Industrial Development Bank of India (IDBI), which started off by investing Rs.70 million in the industry, is seen as the leader in this sector and has decided to double its investments to the tune of Rs.2 billion.
  20. 20. • Telugu (Tollywood) • Tamil (Kollywood) • Kannada (Sandalwood) • Marathi • Malayalam • Bengali • Bhojpuri
  21. 21. • In India Hindi movie mostly works in tier 1 & 2 Cities. • Most of the state prefer their regional language movies to see. Like…… • A.P / Tamil Nadu / Kerala (Mostly in South) • They are big movie producers Annually around 900 movie they produce. • Again Bhojpuri movies also produces more than Bollywood films in an year.
  22. 22. • Regional movies makers who has more than 65% of market under their roof. And giving tough competition to Bollywood. • Hollywood movies are also on high demand in Indian tier1 city's. And giving again tough competition in business to Bollywood.
  23. 23. • Bollywood is the maximum movie producer in a year 1000+ movies approx. and Hollywood produce 600+ movies per annum approx. • Bollywood revenue US$ 3.5 bill. in 2010 mid, And growing 10% per annum. • And expected to reach 6 billion in 2015.
  24. 24. • This is the biggest problem of Bollywood which damage the Bollywood very badly by online piracy. • The is in the top 10 list where the piracy is very high. • In India because of piracy the industry losses billions of dollar & thousands of jobs.
  25. 25. • The taxes on entertainment is levied from the time of British government. • There is variation in taxes in every different state in India the Maharashtra is on the top with 45% of entertainment tax. • There are some other state where the taxes are low… like ..Tamilnadu, A.P AND M.P • There is no taxes in Punjab, Rajasthan, J&K and some other state too.
  26. 26. • The Central Board of Film Certification also known as censor board. • Every movie go thorough with censor they see the movie and decide the certificate for film the certificate. • It keep a lot of impotence for movie. • Most of the people watch movie on the grade of certificate Whether its Under(A) OR (U) and (U/A).
  27. 27. • Many Bollywood famous actors are working in Hollywood movies. • Irfan khan is one of the famous person in Hollywood from Bollywood. • Anil Kapoor also has done role in Hollywood flicks. ……. Like ……… (Slum dog Millionaire / Amazing Spiderman and life of pi.) • And also many Hollywood star also have done the same they also featured in many Hindi films • Like Kambhaqt Ishq Sylvester Stallone.
  28. 28. The worldwide entertainment industry is feeling the impact of Bollywood as revenues from these films surpasses the billions of dollars.
  29. 29.  Bollywood Grows Stronger  Industry Growth In Bollywood  Better Quality Film Produce  Publicity To The Bollywood  Growth In The Worldwide Film Industry.
  32. 32. Bollywood still has its controversies, but not with its funding. It seems that more than a few Bollywood films are very closely based on U.S. films to the point that many U.S. screenwriters have accused filmmakers of copying. Seeing as how cash strapped the industry was in the past, maybe they just didn't have the budget to hire writers. Regardless, the industry continues to grow at an extremely fast pace. As the Indian film industry continues to churn out increasingly higher quality, bigger budget films, Bollywood continues to gain exposure worldwide. With the help of well known directors like M. Night Shyamylan bringing even more publicity to Bollywood, its impact in the entertainment industry will only continue to be felt.