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  • through widespread emigration to foreign lands. Bollywood - India's film industry, often known as "Bollywood", produces more feature films than any other
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  • fact remains that a bulk of the people do want the latest Hollywood / Bollywood films for a cheaper cost; they do want the latest proprietary software
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  • and musical treatment of the movie. Simple, but extreme examples are Bollywood extravaganzas that use strong lighting and clear saturated colors to complement
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  • Weekly Variety or Hollywood Reporter.) If you are not in Hollywood (or Bollywood or Eiga Mura in Kyoto, etc.), you can form a film group (just like a theater
    16 KB (2,416 words) - 17:56, 4 September 2015
  • lawyer/artist in India,Namita, created a parody of one of the largest Bollywood hits of 2004,Kal Ho Na Ho.The parody edited the original film in a way
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  • off into a prosperous filmmaking industry. An unofficial city known as Bollywood, Mumbai proper, puts out roughly 800 films a year making it second only
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  • and Peshawar (often referred to as Lollywood and Pollywood). Although Bollywood movies are banned, Indian film stars are generally popular in Pakistan
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  • international cultural exchange, for example through the export of Hollywood and Bollywood movies. Some argue that even terrorism has undergone globalization. Terrorists
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  • Mehta, Ritesh. 2010. "'Flash Activism': Civic Justice Catalyzed by a Bollywood Film." From Participatory Culture to Public Participation. https://sites
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