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Bollywood or Hindi language film industry is the largest film producing in terms of number of movies produced and number of people employed in the industry. When we compare Hollywood with Bollywood, Bollywood movie production surpasses Hollywood movie production and in terms of movie tickets sold also Bollywood is ahead of Hollywood. The golden age of Hindi Cinema 1940 to 1960 contributed many classical movies like Pyaasa, Kaagaz Ke Phool, Awaara, Shree, Aan, Mother India, etc. During late 1960 and early 1970, romance and action movies took the centre of attraction. Actors like Rajesh Khanna, Dharmendra, Sanjeev Kumar, Sashi Kapoor, and actresses like Sharmila Tagore, Mumtaz, Asha Parekh were prominent hindi cinema personalities during that period. Mid 1970 Indian film industry saw a change with introduction of angry man Amitabh Bachan, Mithun Chakraborty, etc. Hindi Cinema which is otherwise called as “Bollywood” is a Hindi film industry from the city of Mumbai, India. Unlike other film industries in India, Bollywood is one of the largest film producers in both India as well as in the whole world. Bollywood movies are very famous worldwide having more than 3.5 Billion fans all over the world. Hindi Cinema is so popular because of the quality of the movies, originality in story plots and its varieties. It is also the one of the film industries in India which employs more number of people and also the best profitable Cinema industry which produces more than 1000 films per year. Also nowadays, “Hindi Cinema” is gaining more popularity among world fans because of the reality based stories which are not melodramatic and over emotional. History of Hindi Cinema: The History of Hindi Cinema dates back to several years ahead when it started producing full featured Hindi films. The first Hindi feature film was produced and released during the year 1913 and only by 1930, Hindi Cinema found a permanent plot in Indian film industry making more than 200 movies per year. Later, on 1950’s full featured color films were released and created a big sensation among Hindi fans due to its sentimental and melodramatic plots of stories. Later, Hindi Cinema industry started to produce variety of movies with different story plots such as romantic, family sentiments, action, Thrillers and comedy. Also, background music of the films and Hindi songs became very popular among all language audiences and that is also one of the main reasons for the success of Hindi Film Industry. Hindi Cinema at present: Right from the beginning of 19th century Hindi Cinema has started to produce full featured films based on different story lines and different plots of concepts. Now, at present Hindi Cinema which has successfully celebrated its 100 years of excellence has started producing high quality movies that are very close to the real life. Hindi Cinema has produced different varieties of movies such as full silent feature films, cinemascope movies, Indian English movies, 70 MM movies and the latest technology 3D movies. At present, Bollywood is one of the very successful film industries in the whole world which achieves wider box-office hits in both India as well as abroad. Hindi movies are one of the most awaited movies with huge number of fan followers all around the world especially in UAE, USA, UK, Singapore and Malaysia. Thus, Bollywood can be otherwise called as one of the most prolific film industry which has its own stardom actors, landmark directors, heavily investing producers and highly intelligent technicians to produce a most worthy film without bothering about the actual cost of the film. Thus, it has started producing high budget movies more or less equal to Hollywood type. Also, Hindi Cinema acts as greatest medium to deliver the right kind of message such as sexual violence against women, religious misbelieves and other intolerances in the society. This message may reach huge number of audience and may create a deep impact among them. The entire Indian Cinema can be divided into four categories : • Popular Hindi Cinema • Regional cinemas • ‘Art’ or ‘specialised’ cinema • Diaspora cinema (films made by Indian filmmakers based overseas) India is probably the world’s most culturally and linguistically diverse nation. Its people speak 100s of different languages and dialects. The 1000-odd movies that the country annually produces are made in a number of languages, each with its own distinct literature, history, theatre and music. Indian films are produced in several centres around the country. Each of these fi lmmaking cities serves as the hub of cinema in one prominent language. Mumbai, regarded as India’s movie capital, hosts the Hindi film industry that has a pan Indian footprint. Marathi-language fi lms are also produced in the city that is inextricably intertwined with the history of Indian cinema. Chennai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Thiruvananthapuram, Bangalore, Bhubaneswar and Guwahati are the other major Indian cities where fi lms are produced. While the distribution of these so-called ‘regional’ fi lms is largely limited within the territories for which they are made – they do not have the nationwide reach of Bollywood blockbusters – they add immensely to the depth and range of Indian cinema. Like box office collections, the number of tweets, Facebook likes and YouTube hits have also become an important key performance indicator (KPI) for the movie succes. Digitisation of screens has allowed distributors to release fi lms simultaneously across thousands of screens, as a result of which almost 60-80 per cent of theatrical revenues are now collected in the first week of release,compelling filmmakers to generate enough buzz to attract maximum footfalls within the first weekend itself. Bollywood Upcoming Movies Year 2016 & 2017: Killing Veerappan Chauranga Wazir 7 Hours To Go Ghayal Once Again Chalk n Duster Airlift Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3 Jugni Ishq Forever Mastizaade Love Shagun Saala Khadoos Rocky Handsome Beiimaan Love Baahubali The Conclusion Direct Ishq Loveshhuda BHK Bhalla@Halla.Kom Sanam Teri Kasam Fitoor Sanam Re Tere bin laden dead or alive Bollywood Diaries Neerja Jai Gangaajal Kapoor & Sons Great Grand Masti Ki and Ka Run Bhola Run Fan Baaghi: A Rebel for Love Mungerilal B. Tech Azhar Mirziya Housefull 3 Jagga Jasoos Udta Punjab Raees Dishoom Mohenjo Daro Rustom M. S. Dhoni: The Untold Story Sultan Ae Dil Hai Mushkil Shivaay Shuddhi Dangal Hera Pheri 3 This App will bring you latest movie trailers of Hindi Cinema, updates of Hindi Cinema, Hindi Cinema latest songs, movie clips, Bollywood news, movie review and cinema event updates.

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