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What is Indian cinema called?

Indian cinema is made up of films made in the country. In India, cinema is extremely popular: more than 1800 films are produced each year in India’s numerous languages. The major film production centers in India include Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Kochi, Bangalore, Bhubaneswar-Cuttack, and Guwahati. In terms of annual film output, India placed #1 in 2018.

India’s total box office gross in 2015 was US$2.1 billion, making it the world’s third-largest. In 2019, the total revenue of Indian cinema was $2.7 billion. The industry is divided into sections based on the languages used. The Hindi film industry accounted for 44% of box office earnings in 2019, followed by the Telugu film industry, Tamil film industry, Malayalam film industry, and Kannada film industry. Bengali, Marathi, Sanskrit, Punjabi, and Bhojpuri film industries are among the most well-known.

Regional film industries’ total revenue will surpass that of the Hindi film industry by 2020. The Indian film industry is a multibillion-dollar industry. Its films have been seen in over 90 countries across Southern Asia, Europe, North America, Asia, the Greater Middle East, Eastern Africa, China, and elsewhere. Bahubali: The Beginning, for example, was dubbed in more than three languages, igniting a pan-India film movement.

Indian films are seen by millions of Indians around the world, accounting for about 12% of income. AVM Productions, Sun Pictures, AGS Entertainment, Geetha Arts, Zee, UTV, Suresh Productions, Eros International, Aascar Films, and Yash Raj Films are among the major Indian film companies.

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