Bollywood


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the film industry of India

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Bollywood gross receipts have almost tripled since 2004.
The Bollywood 100 Mela takes place at The Arcadian next Saturday.
Don't worry if Bollywood dance moves aren't your strong point: Dubai Parks and Resorts say they are also looking for talent needed in the other parks at the resort.
For gay and lesbian groups in India, the new Bollywood movie Girlfriend has posed a confusing dilemma.
LIZ Hurley has turned to Bollywood in a bid to revive her fast-fading film career.
He said: ``We want to use our connections with Bollywood to bring these kind of films to Liverpool.
The South Wales Film Commission will also become the official distribution outlet in Wales for Yash Raj Films, Bollywood's biggest film producer and distributor overseas, as well as handling the dubbing, premiere release and distribution of the new film featuring top Bollywood star Hrithik Roshan.
Emirates airline partnered with Saavn, a leading Bollywood entertainment and digital distribution company to produce the program and Zenithmedia on the program placement.
Once his Bollywood career began to wane in the early 2000s, Govinda turned to politics, and was successfully elected as Member of Parliament.
Raed Al Nuaimi, chief executive officer of Dubai Parks and Resorts, said: "The cultural impact and appeal of Bollywood is universal with a global fan base of over three billion people.
At the same time, they leave scope to insert essential Bollywood masala to woo the larger audience, beyond the target multiplex crowd.
Bollywood celebrated the 25th anniversary of a hair saloon established by a renowned stylist, Shiva, in Mumbai on Saturday.
MBC Bollywood is the 14th Channel to be added to the group's rich bouquet of channels, said a statement from MBC.
THE glitz and glamour of Bollywood is coming to Colwyn Bay with a glamourous Bollywood evening organised to help raise more much needed funds for St David's Hospice in Llandudno.
Faraz said: "This is a great breakthrough and achievement for my home city of Birmingham, as it will be the first city in the UK and Europe to offer an accredited course in Bollywood performing arts.