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History

Raja Harishchandra (1913), by Dadasaheb Phalke, was the first silent feature film made in India. By the 1930s, the industry was producing over 200 films per annum. The first Indian sound film, Ardeshir Irani's Alam Ara (1931), was a major commercial success. There was clearly a huge market for talkies and musicals; Bollywood and all the regional film industries quickly switched to sound filming.
The 1930s and 1940s were tumultuous times: India was buffeted by the Great Depression, World War II, the Indian independence movement, and the violence of the Partition. Most Bollywood films were unabashedly escapist, but there were also a number of filmmakers who tackled tough social issues, or used the struggle for Indian independence as a backdrop for their plots.


Film poster for first Indian sound film, Ardeshir Irani's Alam Ara (1931)
In 1937, Ardeshir Irani, of Alam Ara fame, made the first colour film in Hindi, Kisan Kanya. The next year, he made another colour film, Mother India. However, colour did not become a popular feature until the late 1950s. At this time, lavish romantic musicals and melodramas were the staple fare at the cinema. Successful actors included Dev Anand, Dilip Kumar and Raj Kapoor and actresses like Nargis, Meena Kumari, Nutan and Madhubala. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, romance movies and action films starred actors like Rajesh Khanna and Dharmendra. In the mid-1970s, romantic confections made way for gritty, violent films about gangsters and bandits. Amitabh Bachchan, the star known for his "angry young man" roles, rode the crest of this trend with actors like Mithun Chakraborty and Anil Kapoor, which lasted into the early 1990s. Actresses from this era included Hema Malini, Jaya Bachchan and Rekha.[8]
In the mid-1990s, the pendulum swung back toward family-centric romantic musicals with the success of such films as Hum Aapke Hain Kaun (1994) and Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995) making stars out of a new generation of actors (such as Aamir Khan, Salman Khan and Shahrukh Khan) and actresses (such as Sridevi, Madhuri Dixit, Juhi Chawla and Kajol).[8] In that point of time, action and comedy films were also successful, with actors like Govinda and Akshay Kumar and actresses such as Raveena Tandon and Karisma Kapoor appearing in films of this genre. Furthermore, this decade marked the entry of new performers in art and independent films, some of which succeeded commercially. These films featured actors like Nana Patekar, Manisha Koirala, Tabu and Urmila Matondkar, whose performances were usually acclaimed by critics.
The 2000s saw a growth in Bollywood's popularity in the world. This led the nation's filmmaking to new heights in terms of quality, cinematography and innovative story lines as well as technical advances such as special effects, animation etc.[9] Some of the largest production houses, among them Yash Raj Films and Dharma Productions were the producers of new modern films.[9] The opening up of the overseas market, more Bollywood releases abroad and the explosion of multiplexes in big cities, led to wider box office successes in India and abroad, including Devdas, Koi... Mil Gaya, Kal Ho Naa Ho, Veer-Zaara, Rang De Basanti, Lage Raho Munnabhai, Krrish, Dhoom 2, Om Shanti Om and Ghajini, delivering a new generation of popular actors (Hrithik Roshan, Abhishek Bachchan) and actresses (Aishwarya Rai, Preity Zinta and Rani Mukerji[10][11]), and keeping the popularity of actors of the previous decade.
The Indian film industry has preferred films that appeal to all segments of the audience (see the discussion in Ganti, 2004, cited in references), and has resisted making films that target narrow audiences. It was believed that aiming for a broad spectrum would maximise box office receipts. However, filmmakers may be moving towards accepting some box-office segmentation, between films that appeal to rural Indians, and films that appeal to urban and overseas audiences.

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Actress Malavika is reportedly five months pregnant and yet is proceeding with work. With a doctor by her side, the actress went ahead to dance for a song sequence in the film 'Kaarthigai' which stars Vikramadithya of 'Whistle' fame as hero.



It is reported that Malavika fell in love during the first schedule of shooting 'Kaarthigai' in Bangkok and became pregnant by the time the second schedule started in Hyderabad. The movie is bilingual and is being made simultaneously in Tamil and Telugu. The makers of the film just could not entertain thoughts of postponing filming. So, they have arrived at a decision to finish all the portions involving Malavika first and hence the decision.



An experience medical practitioner kept a close watch on Malavika as she swayed glamorously to the beat of the song.



Actress Samiksha, Disco Shanthi's husband Sreehari and Suman play prominent roles. Popular Telugu director Veera wields the megaphone.

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actress malavikka sexy

Actress Malavika is reportedly five months pregnant and yet is proceeding with work. With a doctor by her side, the actress went ahead to dance for a song sequence in the film 'Kaarthigai' which stars Vikramadithya of 'Whistle' fame as hero.



It is reported that Malavika fell in love during the first schedule of shooting 'Kaarthigai' in Bangkok and became pregnant by the time the second schedule started in Hyderabad. The movie is bilingual and is being made simultaneously in Tamil and Telugu. The makers of the film just could not entertain thoughts of postponing filming. So, they have arrived at a decision to finish all the portions involving Malavika first and hence the decision.



An experience medical practitioner kept a close watch on Malavika as she swayed glamorously to the beat of the song.



Actress Samiksha, Disco Shanthi's husband Sreehari and Suman play prominent roles. Popular Telugu director Veera wields the megaphone.

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