By BRIAN BILOLET-BELLEBER and PAUL PFEIFERThe film industry has a long and storied history in India.
It was founded by the Bollywood and Hindi-language studios in the late 19th century and has been a pillar of the Indian economy ever since.
India’s film industry is worth an estimated $30 billion.
In the past decade, however, the industry has seen a resurgence, thanks to the success of some critically acclaimed films and the growing popularity of indies.
According to figures from the film industry ministry, the country’s movie industry in the 2016-17 fiscal was valued at $3.8 billion.
This was the fourth-highest figure of any sector, behind only entertainment and health care.
However, the ministry also reported that India’s movie output has slowed in recent years, falling from $4.1 billion in 2016-2017 to $3 billion in 2017-2018.
India has long been a leader in the world of film.
It is the only country that boasts a large number of international film productions, including foreign films like “Arrival”, “La La Land”, “The Great Gatsby” and “Mad Max: Fury Road.”
But India’s film sector has been hit by a string of challenges in recent times.
These include the rise of streaming services, which have opened up the market for indies to make films.
India also faces a severe shortage of qualified technicians.
These shortages are particularly acute in the country of 2.2 billion people, which is home to about 65% of the world’s population.
In a country where a single film can be a hit or miss for years, it has taken several years for a single studio to find a solution.
The Indian government has launched several schemes, including the Bharat Ratna Scheme, which aims to bring the Indian film industry back to profitability.
But while many of the reforms are aimed at restoring the industry’s footing, there is still a long way to go.
In the past few years, India has seen several productions hit the festival circuit, which has resulted in films like Amitabh Bachchan’s “Dangal”, Bollywood’s favourite “Madras”.
But these films have been met with mixed reviews.
While some critics praised the production, others accused it of being overly commercial.
In fact, the critics have been calling out the film for a lack of originality and artistic merit, despite its being directed by an acclaimed filmmaker.
The Bollywood industry is the largest film industry in India, with an estimated 15,000 employees.
While the industry is often portrayed as the backbone of the economy, its importance is far from being reflected in its revenue.
The most recent statistics show that only 3% of Indian film production is actually completed, according to the ministry.
The industry employs roughly 10,000 people and produces more than $3 trillion of movies annually.
However this has not stopped the industry from continuing to grow, and is a key reason why India is now ranked as the most-populous film market in the globe, with the country having an estimated 8.6 billion people.
India is currently in the midst of a massive production boom.
In recent years it has seen two huge productions, one of which, “Armando”, which was a massive box office hit in the US and Canada, has made over $200 million.
This has been followed by “Memento” which is a massive hit in India and made more than 50 million rupees ($1.4 million) in the first week.
The next film in line is “Jai Vijay”, which is expected to make between $100 million and $200 billion, and will be released in 2019.
It is also worth noting that Indian cinema has a very high rate of production turnover.
According to the industry ministry’s latest report, Indian film productions have an average turnover of around 4,000 to 5,000 screens per year.
This means that a film will be made in India only once in its lifetime.
India continues to be a film-heavy country, with films dominating the theatres and cinema halls of major cities.
According the government, India accounts for 60% of global box office revenue, making it the second-largest film market.
This is where India has its biggest challenge, however.
As many as 65% to 70% of films in the Indian market are produced in the local film industry.
This is the result of the country producing a very small number of movies at a time, with only a handful of films being produced in India every year.
India currently has two main film studios: Aamir Khan’s film “Kajol” and Indian-language films like Dangal, which are produced by the Indian company BHIM.
While these two studios have a lot of resources, the rest of the industry, the one that is not producing movies