Bollywood, or the Hindi film industry of India which produces about 1000 films per year, is the world’s largest film industry. Since then, the first Indian sound film Alam Ara was produced in the year 1931, in many ways in this industry. Preparing films, displaying different areas of Indian life, in a myriad of subjects, a comedy, romance, thriller, horror or drama However, there has been a changing trend in the representation of Indian films over the years. The way in which the films were produced in the 1950s, the first century is done in twenty different ways.
In this article, I would like to explore the changes that Indian film industry has seen for decades and a possible explanation for them. Indian film industry can be widely divided into four sub-categories The first step will make films from the 1940s to the early 60’s. This phase is called “Golden Age of India Cinema”, where some of the critically-acclaimed films such as Aavara (1951), Mr. 420 (1955) and Mother India (1957) were made. These films revolve around the common man who used to face various struggles in life, which could have been associated with the audience and could finally come in the form of a person with the right morals.
These stories told the hero the poor who were full of their way (primarily because of greed and success), they would eventually understand their mistakes and eventually become a better person and in a way to solve their problems. Can. The second phase is the phase from the late 1960s to the 1980s. In this phase, a typical change was seen in the general story of the films. Films like Aradhana (1969), Anand (1970), Bobby (1973) and Sholay (1975) see this period. These films were more action-oriented and romantic in nature. Violence became an integral part of films, and a lot of emphasis was placed on villains, who were originally underworld mafia, were presented in the image of “angry young man” here, a fickle hero who gave his punches and kick It was very good, will destroy the villain and in the end the woman’s heart will win. During this time, many films have seen around this basic theme. The third phase was from the late 1980s to the 2000s. In this phase, the most diverse changes took place in the process of film making in India. Advanced technology was introduced in the country.
The first Indian science-film film, Shri India, was released in 1987, which was a fugitive hit. Romance was still the main subject, comedy films were also hit in this phase. Many films were shot abroad in this phase The last and ongoing phase began in the late 2000s. Several types of technical progress has been made in this phase. From No Milla Gaya (2003), Ra. One (2011) put more emphasis on visual effects than cinema. India’s mention is only that many films have been shot in foreign countries. The main reason is why the content has changed in the past few decades and the way movies have been made, because the target audience has changed. In the early stages of Indian cinema, the target audience had to meet the poor and the villages were made so that they could be related to the heroes of the films.
As time passed and the urban square expanded, the target audience now became upper middle class or upper class, more concerned with a protagonist, who had wealth and big bungalows and bikes. Therefore, to sell a movie, there will not be a poor boy formula in a remote village. Even rural audiences are more interested in watching films where shot or dance seals are shot in Switzerland or Egypt.Most of the films generally want the audience to be desired, and thus the main reason for the change in the subject and the plot of films will be a change in the mentality of those who see it. In the last few decades, the Indian film industry has become more professional, where box office earning is of vital importance. This helps filmmakers to work on the plots which they know they will sell, and not only in India, but also in foreign countries, so in the past, NRI’s dominance is so much that they capture a wide domain Can viewersHowever, it would be wrong to write modern movies completely because movies made to earn big profits in the form of long periods of main streams are also focused on the well-known political, social and cultural issues of our countries and are well received.
Finally, the changing patterns in films are basically a result of the changing mind of the audience and the attracting of the international audience, for whom the film was created for the films in the 1950s, There are different perspectives.