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India's entertainment industry has grown 15 per cent in 2003 and seems poised for massive growth over the next few years.
For over half a century, they dominated the skyline of India's cinema-crazy southern cities, dwarfing the buildings and the traffic below.
There were no lights, no camera, and certainly no action as the long ailing Kerala film industry went on strike Thursday.
Authorities have banned a US-based author's book on a 17th century Indian warrior king after a hard line Hindu group vandalised an institute where the professor did his research, saying the book insulted the ruler.
The South Indian film industry is facing a crisis of sorts, but an unusual one. It is not a question of insufficient revenue, rather, insufficient theatres to screen all the movies being released.
The Indian arts movement received a major boost with an NRI purchasing 22 paintings of eminent artist M F Hussain for a whopping one million US dollars.