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Indian Cinema and its Regional Industry

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The Indian Cinema is one of the most versatile cinema industries, which features lots of Regional Cinema industries and is the home to lots of movies being produced each year. The Indian Cinema has seen a great evolution from time and on, and has reached to the stage where the Indian Cinema Industry is being recognized on a global platform.

Today, we discuss some of the aspects of the Indian Cinema and its regional industries, which are considered as part and partial of the Indian Cinema.

Let’s have a look Indian Cinema and its Regional Industry:

The Indian Cinema Industry has the main streamline Bollywood, which forms the core of the Indian Cinema Industry. However apart from this Bollywood, the Indian Cinema has lots of regional Cinema Industries which are listed as follows:

  • Kannada Regional Film Industry
  • Telugu Regional Film Industry
  • Tamil Regional Film Industry
  • Malayalam Regional Film Industry
  • Bengali Regional Film Industry
  • Marathi Regional Film Industry
  • Bhojpuri Regional Film Industry
  • Gujarati Regional Film Industry
  • Odia Regional Film Industry
  • Punjabi Regional Film Industry
  • Assamese Regional Film Industry
  • Konkani Regional Film Industry
  • Rajasthani Regional Film Industry
  • Chhattisgarhi Regional Film Industry
  • Tulu Regional Film Industry
  • Khasi Regional Film Industry
  • Garhwali Regional Film Industry
  • Maithili Regional Film Industry
  • Awadhi Regional Film Industry
  • Lambadi Regional Film Industry
  • Haryanvi Regional Film Industry
  • Mishing Regional Film Industry

Let’s take a look at the number of Indian feature films certified by the Central Board of Film Certification by languages in 2018

  • Hindi – 305 (digital) and 0 (celluloid), total of 305 Films
  • Kannada – 264 (digital) and 0 (celluloid), total of 222 Films
  • Telugu – 242 (digital) and 0 (celluloid), total of 242 Films
  • Tamil – 189 (digital) and 0 (celluloid), total of 189 Films
  • Malayalam – 173 (digital) and 1 (celluloid), total of 174 Films
  • Bengali – 133 (digital) and 0 (celluloid), total of 133 Films
  • Marathi – 124 (digital) and 0 (celluloid), total of 124 Films
  • Bhojpuri – 92 (digital) and 0 (celluloid), total of 92 Films
  • Gujarati – 73 (digital) and 0 (celluloid), total of 73 Films
  • Odia – 42 (digital) and 0 (celluloid), total of 42 Films
  • Punjabi – 38 (digital) and 0 (celluloid), total of 38 Films
  • Assamese – 16 (digital) and 0 (celluloid), total of 16 Films
  • Konkani – 13 (digital) and 0 (celluloid), total of 13 Films
  • English – 11 (digital) and 0 (celluloid), total of 11 Films
  • Rajasthani (Rollywood) – 10 (digital) and 0 (celluloid), total of 10 Films
  • Chhattisgarhi – 9 (digital) and 0 (celluloid), total of 9 Films
  • Tulu – 9 (digital) and 0 (celluloid), total of 9 Films
  • Khasi – 7 (digital) and 0 (celluloid), total of 7 Films
  • Garhwali – 4 (digital) and 0 (celluloid), total of 4 Films
  • Maithili – 4 (digital) and 0 (celluloid), total of 4 Films
  • Awadhi – 3 (digital) and 0 (celluloid), total of 3 Films
  • Lambadi – 2 (digital) and 0 (celluloid), total of 2 Films
  • Haryanvi – 2 (digital) and 0 (celluloid), total of 2 Films
  • Mishing – 2 (digital) and 0 (celluloid), total of 2 Films
  • Nepali – 2 (digital) and 0 (celluloid), total of 2 Films
  • Pnar – 2 (digital) and 0 (celluloid), total of 2 Films
  • Others – 1 each Films

Total – 1986 (digital) and 0 (celluloid), total of 1986 Films

However, one must take a note that the numbers may vary in actual to some extent as the list indicates the number of films certified by the CBGC’s regional offices located in 9 different cities and thus the actual number of film produced may be less!

The Indian Cinema Industry has a great potential and when we see the Indian Cinema with different angle apart from these main stream cinemas and commercial movies, which are being produced for the entertainment of the public, there are many more gems which are being produced in the Indian Cinema but sometimes, went unnoticed. We will surely cover those Indian Cinema Gems Movies in our upcoming articles!

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