Sunday, 31 July 2016

Bollywood Freelancing and Follo history

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Freelancing jobs in Bollywood: 

1. Story writer 
2. Script writer 
3. Dialogue writer 
4. Actor 
5. Actress 
6. Junior artist 
7. Director 
8. Music composer 
9. Lyrics writer 
10. Editors
11. Camera man 
12. Light man 
13. Sound man 

Bollywood is the sobriquet for the Hindi language film industry based in Mumbai, the most populous city of the Republic of India. It is more formally referred to as Hindi cinema. The term "Bollywood" is often loosely used as a synecdoche to refer to the whole ofIndian cinema; however, Bollywood proper is only a part of the larger Indian film industry, which includes other production centres producing films in many other Indian languages.

Bollywood is one of the largest film producers in India, representing 46% of the net box office revenue, while Telugu and Tamil cinema are representing at 39%, and the rest of the regional cinema constitutes at 24% as of 2015. Bollywood is also one of the largest centers of film production in the world. Bollywood is also one of the biggest film industries in the world in terms of the number of people employed and the number of films produced. In 2015, over 4.5 billion tickets were sold across the globe which in comparison is 950,000 tickets more than Hollywood. Bollywood produced 352 films in 2015 out of a total of 1969 films produced in Indian cinema.

Raja Harishchandra (1913), by Dadasaheb Phalke, is known as the first silent feature film made in India. By the 1930s, the industry was producing over 200 films per annum. The first Indian sound film, Ardeshir Irani's Alam Ara (1931), was a major commercial success. There was clearly a huge market for talkies and musicals; Bollywood and all the regional film industries quickly switched to sound filming.

The 1930s and 1940s were tumultuous times: India was buffeted by the Great Depression, World War II, the Indian independence movement, and the violence of the Partition. Most Bollywood films were unabashedly escapist, but there were also a number of filmmakers who tackled tough social issues, or used the struggle for Indian independence as a backdrop for their plots.

In 1937, Ardeshir Irani, of Alam Ara fame, made the first colour film in Hindi, Kisan Kanya. The next year, he made another colour film, a version of Mother India. However, colour did not become a popular feature until the late 1950s. At this time, lavish romantic musicals and melodramas were the staple fare at the cinema.

Bollywood films are multi-million dollar productions, with the most expensive productions costing up to 1 billion rupees (roughly USD 20 million). The latest Science fiction movieRa.One was made at an immense budget of 1.35 billion (roughly USD 27 million), making it the most expensive movie ever produced in Bollywood.Funding for Bollywood films often comes from private distributors and a few large studios. Indian banks and financial institutions were forbidden from lending money to movie studios.

The Filmfare Awards ceremony is one of the most prominent film events given for Hindi films in India.[94] The Indian screen magazine Filmfare started the first Filmfare Awards in 1954, and awards were given to the best films of 1953. The ceremony was referred to as theClare Awards after the magazine's editor. Modelled after the poll-based merit format of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, individuals may submit their votes in separate categories. A dual voting system was developed in 1956. The Filmfare awards are frequently accused of bias towards commercial success rather than artistic merit.

As the Filmfare, the National Film Awards were introduced in 1954. Since 1973, the Indian government has sponsored the National Film Awards, awarded by the government run Directorate of Film Festivals (DFF). The DFF screens not only Bollywood films, but films from all the other regional movie industries and independent/art films. These awards are handed out at an annual ceremony presided over by the President of India. Under this system, in contrast to the National Film Awards, which are decided by a panel appointed by Indian Government, the Filmfare Awards are voted for by both the public and a committee of experts.


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