The Indian movie industry is on the verge of a revolution that is sure to change the way movies are made in the country.
A few years ago, a film called The Lion King made an impact, and many wondered what it meant for the industry to see its own movie on the big screen.
A few years after that, a movie called The BFG made a splash, which was followed by a slew of films that followed.
Today, films from the past year have been a major hit, and the future is looking bright.
While a big number of films were released last year, 2017 is shaping up to be a year of big changes in the film industry.
The country has witnessed a massive transformation in the last decade and has witnessed the rise of filmmakers such as Anurag Kashyap, Amitabh Bachchan, Anupam Kher and Amitabhu Dixit.
The industry is in a state of flux, and its impact on Indian cinema is being felt all over the country with films from other countries.
A lot of things have happened in 2017.
The biggest change in the movie industry has been the rise in digital content and the proliferation of digital cinema.
There are now more than 1,000 cinemas across the country, which is almost double what there were two years ago.
There is also a massive expansion of theatres, with almost half of India’s theaters having opened in the past two years.
And, with the popularity of social media, movies are now getting shared on the Internet at a faster rate than ever before.
The rise of digital contentThe digital revolution has been sweeping the country for a while now, but it is only beginning to take hold.
Films are being shared through social media platforms like WhatsApp, Facebook and Instagram, which allow filmmakers to connect with their fans on a personal level.
It is also becoming easier for fans to watch their films on mobile devices.
Films also have been receiving huge investments from investors such as Google, Amazon and Netflix, as well as large studios like Warner Bros. and Lionsgate.
The digital revolution is bringing a new wave of movies to the screen, but its impact is still being felt in the Indian film industry in a number of ways.
In a recent survey conducted by the industry body Cinematograph, a large number of Indian film directors, producers, producers and producers-in-residence were polled about the impact of digital and digital-only cinema on the industry.
Some of the filmmakers cited the advent of mobile-only and digital content as a major reason for the change in film making in the industry, saying they had no choice but to follow this new trend.
A lot of filmmakers and producers were also concerned about the rise and popularity of the Internet, and how it would impact the industry and the film-making process.
It is difficult to quantify how much impact the digital revolution will have on the Indian movie-making industry, but what is clear is that the industry is taking the necessary steps to prepare itself for this change.
The next big leap in the revolution is expected to happen in the coming years.