HOLLYWOOD VS BOLLYWOOD A SHORT ANALYSIS
The first producer of films in the world, Indian cinema is enjoying worldwide success. Bollywood films have now conquered Russia and China, Israel, Ecuador, New Guinea, Africa, and Syria. Although the sensation is no longer to be demonstrated in France, many Indian films are very much watched by the public, such as musicals or superhero films. On Netflix or Amazon Prime, many movies are available such as “Paheli,” “Om Shanti Om,” “Lagaan,” or even “Dil Se.” As for iTunes, impossible to count the Bollywood titles; there are too many!
Hollywood, Bollywood, What's the Difference?
Hollywood is the official term used to refer to the American film industry or American cinema in general. Hollywood is a neighborhood in Los Angeles, California. It is considered a center of stars and film studios and is also famous for its cultural center. Hollywood cinema is a fantastic field that produces hundreds of exciting films in various genres such as action, horror, thrillers, dramas, etc. Currently, more and more Hollywood movies are using visual effects techniques in unique ways. As for the term Bollywood, it refers to the film world and industry in Hindi. It is primarily based in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. It should be remembered that it only refers to a part of Indian cinema and not to Indian cinema. Hollywood films have been the inspiration for many successes in the Hindi film industry. Bollywood particularly enjoys movies on the theme of casinos and games! You don't have to like casino or Online gambling games to enjoy a Bollywood movie about gambling. The colorful and fantastic staging will undoubtedly amaze you. For example, the film Teen Patti (2010) with Ben Kingsley, Amitabh Bachchan, and Shraddha Kapoor was successful. It’s a mixture of mathematics and the game. Amitabh Bachchan plays the role of a gifted mathematician.
Bollywood Cinema Has Not Finished Talking About it!
The success of Bollywood cinema began in the mid-2000s. Russian company Red Media launched India TV in Moscow in 2006, Sony co-produced “Saawariya,” a musical adaptation by Dostoyevsky, in 2007, and Disney invested, thereby buying UTV for $ 454 million 2012. Indian cinema is everywhere now. The Saudi Arabian mufti complained that there were too many spectators during Ramadan. And, unbelievably, the largest theatre in Little Rock (Arkansas) displays a film in Telugu. The figures are dreamy with 3 billion spectators per year (against 1.5 billion for Hollywood), between 15 and 20 million admissions per day in India, an expansion of 11.5%, exports to 70 countries! It feels like we’re not done hearing about Bollywood!