Bollywood is the term formed by combining two words, ‘Bombay’ and ‘Hollywood’. Its film production center is a government-owned studio and is known as "Film City", is located in the northern suburbs of Mumbai. Bollywood began its journey in the year 1911 with the first silent Indian feature film, released by D.P. Phalke. Hindi film industry has grown bigger and now there are over 250 theaters in Mumbai alone.
Bollywood or the Hindi Film Industry always remains in limelight in India. It make news sometimes for its charity, most of the time for its relationships, break-ups, rumours and its connection with cricket. Not only this, bollywood also remains in news because of the custody, bail and summons of its actors and directors. Their connection with the underworld had always been the headlines of the news channels.
Indians love to watch movies in theatres. Around fourteen million Indians go to the cinema halls to enjoy movies. They pay for tickets which cost equivalent to the average Indian's day's wages. Even though most of the films follow a similar format, they drew a huge crowd in the theatres. The three to four hours long movies include dozens of songs and dances because bollywood films are usually musical, with lots of action in it. Starred by super stars, these movies are spiced up as a complete package to serve the Indians, who want masala movies.
Still there’s a craze among the people for the stars of bollywood. Every filmstar has a huge fan following in and out of the country. Young boys and girls, dream to date with them and want to look like them. They paste big posters of their favourite heroes or heroines all over the walls in their