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New Bollywood (1990s-present) Hindi cinema experienced another period of stagnation during the late 1980s with a box-office decline due to increasing violence, a decline in musical quality, and a rise in video piracy. One of the turning points came with such films as Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988), presenting a blend of youthfulness, family entertainment, [86][87] emotional intelligence and strong melodies, all of which lured audiences back to the big screen. back the template for Bollywood musical romance films which went on to define 1990s Hindi cinema 1 It brought Known since the 1990s as "New Bollywood",3) contemporary Bollywood is linked to economic liberalization in Early in the decade, the pendulum swung back toward family-centered romantic musicals.

Influence of Bollywood India Perhaps Bollywood's greatest influence has been on India's national identity, where (with the rest of Indian cinema) it has become part Bollywood is often associated with India's national identity According to economist and Bollywood biographer Meghnad Desai, "Cinema medium for telling India its own story, the story of its struggle for independence, its constant struggle to achieve national integration and Scholar Brigitte Schulze has written that Indian films, most notably Mehboob Khan's Mother India (1957). 

played a key role in shaping t the early years after independence from the British Raj, the film conveyed a sense of Indian nationalism to urban and rural citizens alike Indian society and culture as the biggest entertainment industry; many of the country's musical, dancing, wedding and fashion trends ar trendsetters have included Madhubala in Mughal-e-Azam (1960) and Madhuri Dixit in Hum Aapke Hain Koun! (1994) 901 Bollywood has also had a socio-political impact on Indian society, reflecting Indian politics. In classic 1970s Bollywood films, Bombay Salim-Javed and starring Amitabh Bachchan such as Zanjeer (1973) and Deewaar (1975) reflected the socio-economic and socio-politic channeled growing popular discontent and disillusionment and state failure to ensure welfare and well-being at a time of inflation, shortac institutions, increasing crimelbal and the unprecedented growth of slums.

Etymology "Bollywood" is a portmanteau derived from Bombay (the former name of Mumbai) and "Hollywood", a shorthand reference for the Amer Hollywood, California. 22) The term "Tollywood", for the Tollygunge-based cinema of West Bengal, predated "Bollywood".23 It was used in a 1932 American Cine Deming, an American engineer who helped produce the first Indian sound picture 1231 "Bollywood" was probably invented in Bombay-based film trade journals in the 1960s or 1970s, though the exact inventor varies by acc Collaco claims she coined the term for the title of her column in Screen magazine 26 Her column entitled "On the Bollywood Beat" cove gossip.

1201 Other sources state that lyricist, filmmaker and scholar Amit Khanna was its creator. It's unknown if it was derived from "H inspired directly by "Hollywood". [2. The term has been criticised by some film journalists and critics, who believe it implies that the industry is a poor cousin of Hollywood. "Bollywood" has since inspired a long list of Hollywood-inspired nicknames. History It has been suggested that this section be split out into another article titled History of Indian cinema


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Salim-Javed and Bachchan's films dealt with urban poverty, they were perceived by audiences as anti-establishment, often with an angry young man" protagonist presented as a vigilante or anti-he the anguish of the urban poor. 173] Overseas Bollywood has been a significant form of soft power for India, increasing its influence and changing overseas perceptions of India. included bullock carts, beggars, sacred cows, corrupt politicians, and catastrophes before Bollywood



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