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A name for the Indian popular film industry, based in Mumbai (Bombay):‘the greatest sensation ever to come out of Bollywood’[as modifier] ‘a Bollywood potboiler’
- ‘She is currently planning to show children's films on Saturdays and Bollywood films on Sundays.’
- ‘However, she says it is not just western society that is opening up to the idea Bollywood films.’
- ‘Dalip is most proud of working for a year in Bombay Dreams, but is a Bollywood superstar in India.’
- ‘If you've ever wanted to watch a Bollywood movie, but weren't keen on the weddings, this is the one for you.’
- ‘The film society has wanted to show a Bollywood film for a long time and this one is exceptional.’
- ‘In the heat of the Indian sun, she fantasises that she's in a Bollywood feature.’
- ‘Did you dub it in Hindi with an intention of getting into blockbuster films in Bollywood?’
- ‘There must be something seriously wrong with Bollywood if films like these get awards.’
- ‘The move is going to open the floodgates for showing Bollywood films in Pakistan.’
- ‘The native film crew that came from Bollywood to help with the film felt differently.’
- ‘To the uninitiated, the last thing you can expect to find in a Bollywood film is subtlety.’
- ‘Here, staged sequences from Bollywood films are presented to terrific effect.’
- ‘Despite the 900 films produced annually by Bollywood few, if any of these have ever made it in America.’
- ‘The reason Bollywood films have such universal appeal is because they're squeaky-clean.’
- ‘However, this remake promises to be quite different from the usual Bollywood style.’
- ‘The dancers actually swayed to the tunes of the latest film songs from Bollywood.’
- ‘This time its moved to India, LA and London with a contemporary setting and a Bollywood gloss.’
- ‘With his brilliant performance, he may find a permanent base in Bollywood after this film.’
- ‘First he found solace in Bollywood, but his film Anarth bombed at the box office.’
- ‘Hollywood once again meets Bollywood in this new farce by the director of Party Girl.’
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