Will Mumbai's Film Industry ever evolve into a Truly Modern Corporative One?
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Shiji said: 1 decade ago
If we look at the recent trend in Bollywood then mostly I'v come across movies with the same story line. No offence but originality has blended too much. The directors mostly take in the old scripts and make it too hipity hop or maybe raunchy. Yes, the Indian audience do seem to demand for this kind of movies these days but to evolve into a modern Corporative Industry is a very far thing in the future. Plus there is no infusion of new blood in the film industry, the same thing has been followed through the years and if there is any change they take it either from Hollywood or maybe from south Indian script writers.
Shubham said: 1 decade ago
Bollywood has its originality. The change is that it presents movies in new way that is demanded by today generation. Old script with new ways are presented so I think it is ever evolve in a truly modern corporative one.
Mukesh said: 1 decade ago
Well every thing in the film industry depends on the viewer, the audiences love it that's why they make it. Also most of the movies now are copy paste or we can say that the bollywood is losing its originality which was seen earlier in the 80's or 90's.
Girish said: 1 decade ago
Well in terms of money of innovation in our storyline, direction not really. I think we just copy for here and there and merge them to make a film. But the real dilemma is that these films do well while the movies which have some refreshing new script and direction are left behind.
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