Movies, movies, movies… Who doesn’t love movies? Be it rom-com; action-thriller or horror, every genre of movie has a huge fan following. Every week, Friday is awaited with utmost zeal for the latest movies to open on the 70 mm screen. And giving a sneak peek into the upcoming movies are their trailers. Everyone wants to have the first look of the movie via Bollywood movie trailers for Bollywood flicks, Tamil movie trailer for the upcoming Tamil movies and so on.
Everyone will admit at some point in their lives either they have dreamt of being a movie star or their first love would have been a successful movie star. Be it Hrithik Roshan starring in Krrish 3 Bollywood movie trailer or the Kollywood icon, Rajnikanth starring in upcoming Tamil movie, Kochadaiiyaan have an astounding fan following in the country, irrespective of their background or film industry.
With the festive season in full swing and the whole nation preparing for the upcoming festivals like Dussherra and Diwali, filmmakers are busy launching upcoming Bollywood movie trailers along with other regional language trailers including Marathi movies, Tamil movies, Kannada, Telugu and even Malayalam movies.
Few most awaited movies include Ranbir Kapoor starring Besharam, Shahid Kapoor’s R… Rajkumar, Akshay Kumar starrer BOSS, Deepika Padukone and Ranvir Singh’s Ramleela along with Aamir Khan’s Dhoom 3 and Hrithik Roshan starring Krrish 3. Some among the mentioned movies have released their trailers while for rest the audience still awaits.
The fan following and movie market in South is no less. The south Indian film industry, including Tamil movies and movies made in Malayalam, Kannada and Telugu collectively churn out more than half of all the Indian movies releasing every year. Almost every fine actor is an icon in himself and the audience worship them like God.
Keeping with the fast changing trends, be it Bollywood movie trailers or Tamil movies or for that matter any movie industry in India is slowly drifting towards real life stories and themes compared to adhering strictly to the "only-entertainment" package concept. A change that is welcomed by the audience. Movies these days are adding more substantial elements leaving the audience to ponder upon the issues dealt with in the movies rather than just leaving the theaters humming some item song.