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    A History of Bollywood Movies

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    Bollywood is India’s most widely watched film industry. It’s a huge phenomenon that has spread to other countries like the United States, United Kingdom, and even Europe, but in India it is most popular.

    Bollywood is now the largest entertainment industry in the world, with the third largest film production budget of any nation, it is the largest producer of television and the only Indian language film that are widely seen on television. The industry is driven by the good behavior of the actors, actresses, directors, and other crew. Film stars are paid very well, although they are known for their weight gain and their heavy accents in Hindi they still make a lot of money.

    It is also a somewhat cynical industry, although the public view of the stars is that they are very kind people and good people, everyone loves to be entertained by Bollywood films, so there is a lot of cynicism behind it. One way that the stars keep their public attached to them is by creating controversies. For example; Shahrukh Khan was prosecuted for blasphemy because of a speech he made against Osama Bin Laden.

    Other controversies revolve around their religious beliefs. Some controversy revolves around the performances of women actors.

    The leading actresses in Bollywood are generally very beautiful. They are also famous for being into more than one persona at once. This helps to distinguish them from their male counterparts.

    Bollywood actors are expected to be very skilled. This makes it difficult for men to break into the industry. In fact, actors from England who try to break into Bollywood may well be called pretenders. These pretenders can work as stuntmen for leading Bollywood actors and make a decent amount of money, but they cannot succeed in Bollywood unless they have already established themselves in the United Kingdom.

    The biggest success stories in Bollywood are movies that predominantly feature men but majorly involves strong female characters in the story. All leading Bollywood actresses play princesses, princesses with a touch of romance, and/or strong independent women, and these themes are usually represented in one or two movies, which are sold cheaply at local theatres to get them out to the audience as quickly as possible.

    Bollywood is unique in the entertainment industry in that its popularity remains steady over a period of ten years. It is an industry where celebrities often leave the industry or don’t star in any films after several years. Bollywood is the biggest industry in the world, but it never seems to lose its “theatrical charm”.

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