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Media Management

  2. 2. Contents Objective: Different Methods of Study Introduction Part I: The Beginning Part II: The Golden Age Part III: The Modern Age Conclusion: Insight:
  3. 3. TOPIC EVOLUTION AND GROWTH OF FILM INDUSTRY IN INDIA Objective: To cherish the past memories, to relish the present and to think creatively in the future with respect to Film Industries
  4. 4. DIFFERENT METHOD OF STUDY: Decade Method of Study: Taking period of ten years . Eg. 1880’s, 1990’s Company Method of Study: Study the company’s name Study the Name of Actors, Producers, Directors etc. Economic Method of Study: Study the cost for each movie and the production, circulation and revenue Annual Study Method: Movies of each year are taken into account. It is the longest but detailed method of study
  5. 5. Insight: Film Industry provides the best opportunity for economic development and employment. It opens the people to the world of creativity and i Introduction The cinema or film Industry of India consists of films produced across India, which includes the cinematic cultures of Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Gujarat, Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, Manipur, Odisha, Punjab , Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal. At the end of 2010 it was reported that in terms of annual film output, India ranks first, followed by Hollywood and China. The Indian film industry is the oldest and the largest in the world with over 1200 movies released annually. In other words introduction of cinema in India took place with the aid of the colonizers.Dhundiraj Govind Phalke affectionately called Dadasaheb Phalke is considered as the 'father of Indian Cinema'.
  6. 6. Part I: The Beginning 1896: Lumiere Brothers showed six films in Mumbai 1898: The Flower of Persia was released by Hiralal Sen 1899: The Wrestlers was made by H. S. Bhatavdekar 1912: Shree pundalik a silent film in Marathi was made by Dadasaheb Torne 1913: Raja Harishchandra was made by Raja Harishchandra 1914: Mohini Bhasmasur was made by Raja Harishchandra 1917: Satyavadi Raja Harischandra 1918: Shri Krishna Janma 1919: Kalia Mardan 1930: Wrath 1931: Bhakta Prahlada 1933: Sati Savithri 1936: Sant Tukaram 1937: Kisan Kanya first colour film 1938: Raithu Bidda 1946: Neecha Nagar by Chetan Anand was released. The 1930s and 1940s were tumultuous times for Indian Cinema but at least 200 films per annum were released during this era.
  7. 7. Part II: The Golden Age 1940s to the 1960s was regarded by film historians as the 'Golden Age' of Indian cinema. 1951: The Central Board of Film Censors was formed and the Film Federation of India was also launched 1952: Ritwik Ghatak’s Nagarik released 1953 :Do Bigha Zameen directed by Bimal Roy was released. 1955: Satyajit Ray’s classic Pather Panchali released 1957: Mehboob Khan’s epic film Mother India released 1960 K Asif historical epic drama Mughal-e-Azam released 1961: Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s Anuradha gets nominated for the Golden Bear award at the Berlin International Film Festival. 1964: Satyajit Ray wins the Best Director award at the Berlin Film Festival for his film Charulata. 1969: Rajesh Khanna starrer Aradhana releases.
  8. 8. Part III: The Modern Age 1975: Ramesh Sippy’s Sholay released 1979: Telugu film, Sankarabharanam, was released 1987: Kannada film, Tabarana Kathe was released 1981: Adoor Gopalakrishnan produced Elippathayam 1989: Mathilukal 1992: Honorary Oscar for Lifetime Achievement awarded to Satyajit Ray 1993 :Shah Rukh Khan plays a psycho lover to Juhi Chawla in Yash Chopra’s Darr. 1994: Hum Aapke hai Kaun releasesd 1995: Aditya Chopra’s directorial debut Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge was released 2000: Rakesh Roshan launches his son Hrithik in Kaho Na Pyaar Hai. 2001: Aamir Khan starrer Lagaan gets nominated for an Oscar but does not win. 2002: Ram Gopal Varma company won IIFA 2003: Devdas gained entry into Oscar award 2004: Dhoom became the first action movie packed with Hollywood-like stunts. 2005: Rang De Basanti 2006: Antarnad, Lage Raho Munna Bhai and Waris Shah: Ishq Daa Waaris were awarded 2007: Gandhi, My Father by Feroz Abbas Khan was awarded 2008: Jogwa - The Awakening a Marathi film directed by Rajiv Patil 2009: Thanks Maa was screened at Edinburgh International Film Festival 2010: Ishqiya catapults Vidya Balan to the league of the most powerful Bollywood artists. 2011: Chillar Party, Deool, Ranjana Ami Ar Ashbona and The Dirty Picture were awarded 2012: Dekh Indian Circus was released and got the 60th National Film Awards in 2013
  9. 9. Insight: Film Industry provides the best opportunity for economic development and employment. It opens the people to the world of creativity and i Conclusion Since the beginning till today Indian cinema or Film Industries have been doing very well. There are movies like Players, Game, Raavan, Yeh Lamhe Judaai Ke which have been flop movies but the overall performance of Indian Film Industry has a positive outlook. The use of film festivals as distribution hubs for independent filmmakers have encouraged the film industries to educate, inform and entertain the people in a more creative and appealing way. Film Industry in India need to compete with other film industries in the world by using modern technologies so that they remain as the best and the largest film industry country in the world.
  10. 10. Insight Film Industry provides the best opportunity for economic development and employment. It opens the people to the world of creativity and imagination. There will be difficulties and steep competition but if films Industry in India have survived it just reveals that we have to think differently or out of box thinking is necessary. Film Industry in India could become a means to change the Social, Religious, Political and Economies situation in India. Film Industry could bring changes for better tomorrow.