When India was the most popular country for pirating films online in 2015, it meant the best indies were going to get released.
It was the first time in history that Indian filmmakers had enjoyed such popularity.
That said, the country still lags behind some of its neighbors like China, where the film market is more heavily protected.
India is also home to the world’s highest number of copyright infringement cases, with more than 1.3 million filed in 2016 alone.
While there are many reasons for this, one of the main reasons is the sheer amount of cash that’s being made from Indian films.
The country’s films industry is estimated to make more than $100 billion annually, and it has already been making an impressive return in recent years.
According to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), India’s films revenue is expected to double by 2022, to $9.4 billion.
According the latest estimates from the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), India has a market value of $5.9 trillion.
That’s nearly as much as the total market value for the United States.
So why are films so popular in India?
There are many factors at play.
Indian films are a genre-neutral genre, meaning that a film has to meet all the criteria to be classified as an independent film, according to the IMDb.
The genre is usually described as “horror, comedy, romantic, sci-fi, fantasy, drama, western.”
Indias best-known movies, like The Hobbit and Independence Day: Resurgence, are also considered to be independent, as are films like Gangs of Wasseypur, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, and the upcoming American version of the Japanese film adaptation of The Lord of the Rings.
Indias best indie film, The Big Bang Theory, was a hit at the box office and has been a big hit on Netflix.
In fact, Netflix is now ranking films by the number of views and the number that have made it to the top 50 most-watched TV shows on the service.
There’s a big appetite for indies in India, which has also seen a surge in new films, according the IFPI.
It’s also one of India’s fastest growing film industries.
It has been growing at an annual rate of almost 5% for the past five years.
The film industry is also a cash cow for the country, which makes up just 15% of the GDP, according World Bank data.
That means the country is earning $7.3 billion in revenue per capita each year.
Indie films have been a boon to the Indian film industry, as many of the films have received a wide theatrical release, and there are some movies that are even being produced for television and film.
Some of these films, like Indian Girl, were recently released on Netflix for the first ever time, making them available for free to India’s millions of internet users.
The BigBang Theory, however, was one of those movies that wasn’t released on the streaming service, as Netflix had to pay royalties for every copy it made.
The BigBang theory has become an overnight phenomenon.
According a report by India Today, it has garnered more than 500 million views since its release in February.
It will be available to streaming subscribers on January 8.