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India is the World’s largest movie producer. Contrary to popular belief, Bollywood refers only to Hindi-language films. But this is only 20% of the movies produced in this country: the other 80% are made in the other regional languages.
Indian movies are so popular in India that they surpass the big Hollywood blockbusters. And all of this comes despite the fact that the history of this industry was far from easy.
Today, Indian movies are becoming increasingly popular not just in India, but worldwide in countries like Russia, China and the Arab world. But the question is, how did the Indian movie industry become so successful? Why do Indians like their local movies more than the Hollywood blockbusters? In this video we will answer all of these questions.
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