Friday, 07 August 2009 02:30

Bollywood - A trend towards Hollywood

Let us make it clear first. What is Bollywood? It is known to all Indians that Indian film industry is mainly Bombay based & the name comes from it. Movie, the mirror of society is the thing which really reflects our lives through different characters. Many persons are needed to make a complete movie. They are actors, actresses, directors, music directors, sound engineer, choreographer, producers etc. Various kinds of movies are made in the Bollywood industry. Romantic movies like ‘dilwale dulhaniya le jayenge’, action movies like ‘international khiladi’, theme movie like ‘black’ etc have been made in our film industry.

Thursday, 23 July 2009 12:21

Influence of Michael Jackson on Bollywood

On the death of Michael Jackson, the whole world has been astonished and speechless including Bollywood. Michael Jackson was the first emperor of Pop and an excellent dancer. He is the one who became the inspirations of various actors, dancers and musicians all over the world, as well as Bollywood. He became a trademark for various kinds of new fashion, a hallmark for the youth generation. His classy and amazing dance steps make the whole world crazy including Bollywood.

Friday, 27 March 2009 16:41

The Bollywood Film Industry before 1990s

Bollywood Film IndustryBollywood is a part of the Indian film industry which is located in Mumbai. This industry may also be called the national film industry as the films produced here are mostly in Hindi language though it is not the one and only film industry in India. Currently it is not only the most number of movies producing film industry in India but also one in the world. The Bollywood film industry has derived its name from the famous American film industry, Hollywood. Though according to standard of films, the former is not even near if compared with the latter.

Language used by the Bollywood:
Before 1990s, the Bollywood was found to produce films which used Hindi as their main language and they also used poetic Urdu words (though not in every film) frequently.

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