Cinema production is living under the roof of a flabby economy, in a crisis that Bollywood film production has not witnessed before, as cinemas in the city of Bombay have witnessed a stagnation that lasted for a long time recently.
A scene that Indian cinema has not experienced before, embodies the suffering of directors and producers in Bollywood, which is one of the most famous sources of cinematic works in the world, and since the Covid 19 pandemic, it continues to achieve low incomes since today.
In addition to canceling several movie shows, which are still not shown today. India was producing an average of 1,600 films annually, which is the highest number of films produced by a country in the world.
On the other hand, cinemas in India closed their doors in March 2020, as part of the rules that were imposed throughout the vast Asian countries with the aim of containing the spread of the Corona virus, and they opened their doors after the pandemic calmed down for a short period before they had to re-close them in last spring due to a severe wave of infections in India.