Flashlights, promos, news and gossip are the chief components of Indian cinema. Anything and almost everything is about style which is an intrinsic part of our Bollywood. Emulating the film stars, owing allegiance to the old era and also the growing aspirants to make it big in Bollywood is never undermined respite the mood swings of the economic condition that affected the film industry.
Constant need to improvise is keeping the film personalities upbeat. There is a need to innovate, expect changes and also abide by the rules on the marquee. Each Friday shapes the future of the technicians, stars and also brings in new business to the cinema houses. Indians are great movie buffs and the stalling of multiplexes to include new cinemas resulted in breaking the hearts of many fans. The recent upsurge in movies is a boon to many cinema goers who enjoy all types of films.
Action movies are also included with the theme to entertain the audience. The concept of comedy is also evolving to include modern trends and also has much space for female comedians. Copying the hairstyles or trends set by stars is the privilege of fans in many metros. The indomitable will of stars to stay there despite flops or dearth of opportunities is appreciated by all cinema goers.
The cinema houses have also evolved in their theme of managing movies. The ambience, culture and food are major inclusions which also come with premium pricing. An average Indian does relish the entertainment provided by movies and looks forward to new releases. Weekends at cinema houses go house full.. Ringtones are also altered as per hit film music. The international acclaim received for Indian movies is another feather in the cap for our Bollywood.
The Mania only gets bigger and euphoric with shutterbugs capturing sneak peaks of new releases, gossips, high profile interaction, promotional stunts and music that are creating new waves with each release. Teasers on television entice us to watch the flicks on big screen cautioning us to take up our stand against piracy which is a growing malady in our Indian film industry.