Indian paintbrush film makes $2.5m in India

The Indian paint brush film has made $2,550,000 in India, a figure which is not dissimilar to its worldwide tally.

The film, which was screened at a screening in Mumbai last year, was written by Rajiv Bhatt, who also wrote the Indian film, and is based on the life of a painter.

The story follows the life and death of one of India’s greatest living artists, Ramchandra, who, as the title suggests, has an obsession with his painting. 

The film is set in the early 1900s and was produced by the Keshav Kapoor-produced studio, Bollywood Films.

It is the fifth film in the Bollywood series to make the list of the top 100 films of all time, following the 100 highest grossing Indian films of 2017. 

Bollywood’s Indian films make up just under 1% of its total output, but their popularity is growing. 

Last year, the company earned a record $3.4bn for its Indian films, making it the sixth-biggest Indian film industry after the majors like Sony Pictures, Paramount Pictures and Disney, and the fourth-bigger Indian film market. 

 The top films of the year in India were released in April and July this year.

The top five films of 2018 were released from April to September. 

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