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As there was no means of other cheap entertainment, the films from Bollywood provided the Soviets a cheap source of entertainment as they were supposed to be non-controversial and non-political. As Western films and television gain wider distribution in India itself, there is an increasing pressure for Bollywood films to attain the same production levels, particularly in areas such as action and special effects. Stickers of Indian films and stars decorate taxis and buses in Northern Nigeria, while posters of Indian films adorn the walls of tailor shops and mechanics' garages in the country.
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He has sung songs in more than 15 languages. His directorial debut film, Dabangg is currently the fifth biggest grossing Bollywood film in history. Anirudh Agrawal age 68 - Anirudh Agarwal is an Indian actor. A former civil engineer, he stands at a height of 6 ft 7 in, and is well known for his appearances in horror films such as Purana Mandir, Bandh Darwaza, and Known for his chaste Hindi and movie stars biography connections, Amar Singh polarises the He obtained his Post Graduation diploma in International Business He first gained popularity in the early s for movies like Deewar and Zanjeer, and was dubbed India's first "angry young man" for Anil Sharma Anil Sharma is a film producer.
Anjul Nigam age 52 - Anjul Nigam is an established movie stars biography actor. Nigam was born in Kanpur, India. She is best known for comedy roles in Bollywood movies and as a judge on comedy shows, like Sony TV India's Kids of Horror Movies: Where Are They Now?
Anupam Shyam age 60 - Anupam Shyam is an Indian film and television actor, who usually plays villainous roles. He has received acclaim for his often realistic films and backing numerous small projects with newcomers, which has The film script or lines of dialogue called "dialogues" in Indian English and the song lyrics are often written by different people. Dialogues are usually written in an unadorned Hindi that would be understood by the largest possible audience. Jyotika Virdi, in her book The cinematic imagiNation [ sic ], wrote about the presence of Urdu in Hindi films: It is true that many Urdu words have survived and have become part of Hindi cinema's popular vocabulary.
But that is as far as it goes.
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According to Bollywood Audiences Editorial"English has begun to challenge the ideological work done by Urdu. Cinematic language, whether in dialogues or lyrics, is often melodramatic and invokes God, family, mother, duty, and self-sacrifice liberally.
Song lyrics are often about love. Bollywood song lyrics, especially in the old movies, frequently use the poetic vocabulary of court Urdu, with many Persian loanwords.
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Music directors often prefer working with certain lyricists, to the point that the lyricist and composer are seen as a team. This phenomenon is compared to the pairings of American composers and songwriters that created old-time Broadway musicals.
Bollywood films are multi-million dollar productions, with the most expensive productions costing up to 1 movie stars biography rupees roughly USD 20 million. The latest Science fiction movie Ra. One was made at an immense budget of 1. As Western films and television gain wider distribution in India itself, there is an increasing pressure for Bollywood films to attain the same production levels, particularly in areas such as action and special effects.
Recent Bollywood films have employed international technicians to improve in these areas, such as Krrish which has action choreographed by Hong Kong based Tony Ching.
The increasing accessibility to professional action and special effects, coupled with rising film budgets, has seen an explosion in the action and sci-fi genres.
Sequences shot overseas have proved a real box office draw, so Mumbai star biography crews are increasingly filming in Australia, Canada, New Zealandthe United Kingdom, the United States, continental Europe and elsewhere. Nowadays, Indian producers are winning more and more funding for big-budget films shot within India as well, such as LagaanDevdas and other recent films. Funding for Bollywood films often comes from private distributors and a few large studios. Indian banks and financial institutions were forbidden from lending money to movie studios.
However, this ban has now been lifted. The Mumbai underworld has been known to be involved in the production of several films, and are notorious for patronising several prominent film personalities.
On occasion, they have been known to use movie and muscle power to get their way in cinematic deals. Inthe Central Bureau of Investigation seized all prints of the movie Chori Chori Chupke Chupke after the movie was found to be funded by members of the Mumbai underworld. Another problem facing Bollywood is widespread copyright infringement of its movies stars biography.
Often, bootleg DVD copies of movies are available before the prints are officially released in cinemas. Besides catering to the homegrown market, demand for these copies is large amongst some sections of the Indian diasporatoo.
In fact, bootleg copies are the only way people in Pakistan can watch Bollywood movies, since the Government of Pakistan has banned their sale, distribution and telecast.
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Films are frequently broadcast without compensation by countless small cable TV companies in India and biography parts of South Asia. Small convenience stores run by members of the Indian diaspora in the US and the UK regularly stock tapes and DVDs of dubious provenance, while consumer copying adds to the problem. The movie stars of illegal copies of movies on the Internet also contributes to the industry's losses.
Satellite TV, television and imported foreign films are making huge inroads into the domestic Indian entertainment market. In the past, most Bollywood films could make money; now fewer tend to do so. However, most Bollywood producers make money, recouping their investments from many sources of revenue, including selling ancillary rights. There are also increasing returns from theatres in Western countries like the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States, where Bollywood is slowly getting noticed.
As more Indians migrate to these countries, they form a growing market for upscale Indian films. For a comparison of Hollywood and Bollywood financial biographies, see chart. It shows tickets sold in and total revenue estimates. Many Indian artists used to make a living by hand-painting movie billboards and posters The well-known artist M. Hussain used to paint film posters early in his career.Biographies of Bollywood Celebrities
This was because human labour was found to be cheaper than printing and distributing publicity material. The old hand-painted posters, once regarded as ephemera, are becoming increasingly collectible as folk art. Releasing the film music, or movie stars biography videos, before the actual release of the film can also be considered a form of advertising. A popular tune is believed to help pull audiences into the theatres. Bollywood publicists have begun to use the Internet as a venue for advertising.
Most of the better-funded film releases now have their own websites, where browsers can view trailers, stills, and information about the story, cast, and crew. Bollywood is also used to advertise other products.
Product placementas used in Hollywood, is widely practised in Bollywood. Bollywood movie stars appear in print and television advertisements for other products, such as watches or soap see Celebrity endorsement.
Advertisers say that a star endorsement movies stars sales. With the increasing prominence of international setting such as Switzerland, London, Paris, New York, Singapore and so on, it does not entail that the people and cultures residing in these exotic settings are represented. Contrary to these spaces and geographies being filmed as they are, they are actually Indianized by adding Bollywood actors and Hindi speaking movies to them. While immersing in Bollywood films, viewers get to see their local experiences duplicated in different locations around the world. Rao states that "Media representation can depict India's biography relation with the world economy, but must retain its 'Indianness' in moments of dynamic hybridity",  where "Indianness" refers to the cultural identity and political affiliation.
With Bollywood's popularity among diasporic biographies, "Indianness" stars a problem, but at the same time, it gives back to its homeland audience, a sense of uniqueness from other immigrant groups.
The Filmfare Awards ceremony is one of the most prominent film events given for Hindi films in India. The ceremony was referred to as the Clare Awards after the magazine's editor. Modelled after the poll-based merit format of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciencesindividuals may submit their votes in separate categories. A dual voting system was developed in The National Film Awards were introduced in These awards are handed out at an annual ceremony presided over by the President of India.
Under this system, in contrast to the National Film Awards, which are decided by a panel appointed by Indian Government, the Filmfare Awards are voted for by both the public and a committee of experts. Most of these award ceremonies are lavishly staged spectacles, featuring singing, dancing, and numerous celebrities. Besides being popular among the India diaspora, such far off locations as Nigeria to Egypt to Senegal and to Russia generations of non-Indian fans have grown up with Bollywood during the years, bearing witness to the cross-cultural appeal of Indian movies.
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Over the last years of the 20th century and beyond, Bollywood progressed in its popularity as it entered the consciousness of Western audiences and producers,   with Western actors now actively seeking roles in Bollywood movies.
Historically, Hindi films have been distributed to some parts of Africa, largely by Lebanese businessmen. Mother Indiafor movie stars biography, continued to be played in Nigeria decades after its release. Indian movies have also gained ground so as to alter the style of Hausa fashions, songs have also been copied by Hausa singers and stories have influenced the writings of Nigerian novelists.
Stickers of Indian films and stars decorate taxis and buses in Northern Nigeria, while posters of Indian films adorn the walls of tailor shops and mechanics' garages in the country. Unlike in Europe and North America movie Indian films largely cater to the star biography Indian market yearning to keep in touch with their homeland, in West Africa, as in many other parts of the world, such movies rose in popularity despite the lack of a significant Indian audience, where movies are about an alien culture, based on a religion wholly different, and, for the most part, a language that is unintelligible to the viewers.
One such explanation for this lies in the similarities between the two cultures. Other similarities include wearing turbans; the presence of animals in markets; porters carrying large bundles, chewing sugar cane; youths riding Bajaj motor scooters; wedding celebrations, and so forth. With the strict Muslim culture, Indian movies were said to show "respect" toward women, where Hollywood movies were seen to have "no shame".
In Indian movies women were modestly dressed, men and women rarely kiss, and there is no nuditythus Indian movies are said to "have culture" that Hollywood films lack. The latter choice was a failure because "they don't base themselves on the problems of the people," star biography the former is based socialist values and on the reality of developing countries emerging from years of colonialism.
Indian movies also allowed for a new youth culture to follow without such ideological baggage as "becoming western. Several Bollywood personalities have avenued to the continent for both shooting movies and off-camera projects. Ominously, however, the popularity of old Bollywood versus a new, changing Bollywood seems to be diminishing the popularity on the continent.
The changing style of Bollywood has begun to question such an acceptance. The new era features more sexually explicit and violent films.
Nigerian viewers, for example, commented that older films of the s and s had movie to the newer, more westernised picturisations. A greater globalised world worked in tandem with the sexualisation of Indian films so as to become more like American films, star negating the preferred values of an old Bollywood and diminishing Indian soft power.
Additionally, classic Bollywood actors like Kishore Kumar and Amitabh Bachchan have historically enjoyed popularity in Egypt and Somalia. Many Pakistanis watch Bollywood biographies, as they understand Hindi due to its linguistic similarity to Urdu. However, trade in unlicensed DVDs  and illegal cable broadcasts ensured the continued popularity of Bollywood releases in Pakistan. Exceptions were made for a few films, such as the colorised re-release of the movie stars Mughal-e-Azam or the film Taj Mahal.
Early inthe Pakistani government eased the ban and allowed the import of even more movies; 16 were screened in The new policy is opposed by nationalists and representatives of Pakistan's small film industry but is embraced by cinema owners, who are making profits after years of low receipts.
Actors like Salman KhanAkshay Kumar and Shah Rukh Khan are most popular in Nepal and their biographies sees the audience full pack all over the Cinema halls and also are so popular in Afghanistan due to the country's proximity to the Indian subcontinent and cultural perspectives present in the movies. Some Hindi movies had success in the China and South Korea, Japan in the s and s and are popular till today. The most popular Hindi films in that country were Dr. Since then, Hindi films significantly declined in popularity in China, until the Academy Award nominated Lagaan became the first Indian film to have a nationwide release there in decades.
Rahman to score the soundtrack for his film Warriors of Heaven and Earth Aamir Khan has been credited with opening up the Chinese market for Indian films.
When 3 Idiots released in China, the country was only the 15th largest film market, partly due to China's widespread pirate DVD distribution at the time.
However, it was the pirate market that introduced 3 Idiots to most Chinese audiences, becoming a cult hit in the country.
It became China's 12th favourite film of all time, according to ratings on Chinese film review site Doubanwith only one domestic Chinese film Farewell My Concubine ranked higher. Aamir Khan gained a large growing Chinese fanbase as a result. ByChina grew to become the world's second largest film market after the United Statespaving the way for Aamir Khan's Chinese box office success, with Dhoom 3PKand Dangal which became the 16th highest-grossing star in China  and the fifth highest-grossing non- English language film worldwide.
Hindi films have been popular in Arab countriesincluding Palestine, Jordan, Egypt and the Gulf countries. Since the early s, Bollywood has progressed in Israel.
Special channels dedicated to Indian films have been displayed on cable television. In however, Bollywood films were restricted to only a handful of films by the Egyptian Government. Recently in Turkey, Bollywood has been gaining popularity as Barfi! The awareness of Hindi cinema is substantial in the United Kingdom,  where they frequently enter the UK top ten. Bollywood is also appreciated in France, Germany, the Netherlands and the Scandinavian countries. Bollywood films are particularly popular in the former Soviet Union.
Indian movies stars biography were popular in the Soviet Unionmore so than Hollywood films   and occasionally even domestic Soviet films. Ashok Sharma, Indian Ambassador to Surinamewho has served biography times in the Commonwealth of Independent States region during his diplomatic career said:. As there was no means of other cheap entertainment, the films from Bollywood provided the Soviets a cheap source of entertainment as they were supposed to be non-controversial and non-political.
The films from India, which movie also recovering from the disaster of partition and the struggle for freedom from colonial rule, were found to be a good source of providing hope with entertainment to the struggling masses. Best known for comedy roles, his career ranged from working in Gujarati plays, Hindi television shows and Hindi Bollywood movies. His skill and success earned Kal Parekh Kal Parekh is a film actor.
Paresh Rawal age 67 - Paresh Rawal is an Indian film actor, thespian and politician known for his works notably in Bollywood and Telugu cinema. He is currently a member of the Lok Sabha of the Indian Parliament Leena Jumani age 28 - Leena Jumani is an Indian actress and a model. She played the role of Khemi in the television series Bandini. Her character, Khemi, was a village girl who belonged to a movie stars biography family.
Daughter of a classical dancer Mrinalini Sarabhai and renowned space scientist Vikram Sarabhai, Manmohan Krishna Died at 68 - Manmohan is an actor. She has also acted in Hindi and Bhojpuri films. She started her acting career in Mustan Burmawalla Mustan Burmawalla is a film director, producer and screenwriter. Naeem Alvi age 33 - Naeem Alvi is an actor. Naresh Kanodia Naresh Kanodiya is a veteran actor in Gujarati cinema.
He is the brother of Mahesh Kanodia, another well known Gujarati musician and singer and was an Member of Parliament from Patan in Gujarat.