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India's Film Industry -- A $10 Billion Business Trapped In A $2 Billion BodyIndia has the largest democracy in the world. A huge and fast growing middle class. It makes more movies than any other country, 1, 500 to 2, 000 annually. And its people are famously fanatical about those movies and their movie stars. By almost any measure, India should be the world’s highest grossing territory in theatrical revenue.So why does India’s movie industry gross only $2 billion per year at the box office?That amount is just a fifth of North America’s gross, despite a population more than three times larger. Less than a third the size of China’s industry. Even less than Japan’s, which has one-tenth the population that India has and far fewer movie screens.Here are six reasons why:India is severely under-screened. With just 1 screen per 96, 300 residents, it is the world’s most under-screened major territory. The U.S., by contrast, has 1 screen per 7, 800 residents. China, which until recently was even less saturated than India, has been on a cinema building binge and now has 1 screen per 45, 000 residents. With such a deep shortage of movie theaters and screens, many of India’s fanatical movie fans are simply unable to see movies in the theater.India’s movie theaters are sub-par. More than 10, 000 of the country’s 13, 000 screens are single-screen cinemas. The economics of these theaters are inferior to modern multiplex cinemas, which can charge ticket prices that are double those of single-screen theaters. And because they can operate more efficiently, multiplexes can generate higher capacity yields and revenues per seat. India clearly has an infrastructure problem.India’s film economy is splintered into several regional industries. Unlike North America, China, and most major territories, where the vast majority of films are distributed in a single language, India makes and distributes films in more than 20 different languages. The regionalization, and linguistic politicization, of the country’s movie business saps its overall strength. Average production and marketing costs are higher and profits are lower than they would be if India’s film industry were more integrated.Ticket prices in India are too low. It’s true that India’s population is mostly poor, but that doesn’t fully explain why its movie ticket prices are among the lowest in the world. It has a middle class of between 50 million to 100 million people who can comfortably afford to pay much more than the average ticket price of 150 to 250 rupees (US$2.25 to $3.80). Government regulations keep prices in some regions artificially low; in Tamil Nadu, prices have been fixed at a maximum of 120 rupees (about US$1.80) for years, making film production and exhibition there a risky proposition.Taxes are too high. Unlike any other business in India, movies must pay both an Entertainment Tax, which would seem to classify them as a frivolous activity, outside the ambit of a necessary service, and they must also pay Service Tax, which implies they are necessary. Businesses in India are normally taxed as either one or the other, entertainment or service. But according to the tax collectors, Cinema is somehow, inexplicably, both. India’s tax treatment puts the cinema business in a financial chokehold.Piracy is rampant, and government-supported. Every train in India teems with hawkers selling illegal DVDs. The Railway Police, who are supposed to apprehend these pirates, will happily ignore them for a modest bribe. The government owned internet service provider, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), which controls and sells all the bandwidth, receives sizable data revenues from illegal movie downloads. The BSNL website even promotes illegal downloads, advertising how one can get free movies on the internet. According to a 2013 article in WIPO Magazine (the journal of the World Intellectual Property Organization) the Indian film industry loses around INR 18, 000 crores (US$3.34 billion) and some 60, 000 jobs every year because of piracy.Taken together, these factors constrict India's movie industry so that it functions at just a fraction of its full potential. With concerted action, especially by India’s government, most of these impediments could be addressed and removed, to free India's cinema business to perform at the level it deserves.
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Theater ManagementKey Points which will be covered under the above mentioned service to start a movie theater and its smooth functioning:That includes broadly the following:1. Movie Theatre consultants help in recruitment and training of the staff, as per the service industry's standard.2. Branding and Marketing activities relating to the multiplex and movies, including advertising.3. Techniques for highest level planning and execution of promotional activities as per the market and related tie ups to optimize the non-cinema revenue from the physical space of the cinema hall.4. Build a healthy relationship with distributors to get latest movies at the best possible terms which will help to maximize revenue.5. Planning of weekly movie schedules on the basis of internal analysis and performance report so that viewers get maximum choice and at suitable viewing time.6. Smooth functioning of concessions counter / snack bar by providing best quality goods and services for Movie lovers and will settle the terms with the goods and service providers.7. Proficiency in managing the day to day finances of the complete business.8. Technical guidance for statutory/legal obligations, including filing of reports, payment of taxes/dues etc.9. Maintenance of the installations and internal facilities of the cinema hall and ensure repair and maintenance of the property.10. Consultants also look after all other activities as may relate to the operations of the movie theatre.After going through one month training process exhibitors can independently run Cinema Hall, in case of any difficulties our consultancy services will be available over phone for lifetime.Theatre Management by Consultants:"One Month Operation & Management Training Services" to those exhibitors (Theatre Owners) who want to run their own movie theatres but don't have Operation and Management experience to do so".for further detail contact at vijendra mourya 08079407781
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Build A Miniplex:Arch idea solution is one of fast growing entertainment industry tool/ medium for delivering latest movies to urban and middle tier (Tahsil level) cities with estimated population below 5Lakhs. Key advantages of setting up a miniplex is lower investment as compared to multiplex and ability to sustain for a longer period with lower per day visitors. Today India has around 60% cinema halls at Tahsil level cities/ places and most of these halls are in bad shape following their inability to offer services at par with client needs and changing sociology.A Miniplex is a modernised cinema hall wherein it balances visitor's feeling with Cinema and Multiplex levels finely mixed into one. India's large segment of with family cinema viewers broadly prefer such halls for outing and viewing cinema on routine basis. Such miniplex theaters largely attracts uneven visitors who left viewing movies in cinema halls because of lack of quality of services like sound, acoustics, clealiness and quality of audience.Miniplex has following key advantages:Lower Investment as compared to Multiplex cinemaLesser maintenance costCan be setup in small space of minimum 2, 500sqft for hall and 1, 500sqft for cafeteria and lounge (With separate ample parking space for two-wheelers and four wheelers)Good occupancy of above 50% in average as compared multiplex cinemasAvailable Movies pattern - Fixed Hire basis, Revenue sharing basis, Fixed RentalEarning areas include Movies Tickets, Cafeteria, In-House Advertisement campaigns at various points in the location, ParkingMorning shows from 9am to 12pm can be used for Seminar/ Conference services and Other Shows (6pm or 9pm), Products Launching/ Birthday Party, Rings Ceremony etc.Consistent Returns on InvestmentCan be done in parallel with other existing ventures (using automation tools)Why Cinema World for building a Miniplex cinema hall:One stop genuine solution for entire range of requirementsExperienced and qualified resources for execution and timely completionOffers specialised Training to Owner and rest of team members for smooth conduct of operationsDirect tie-up with DistributorsKnowledgebase sharing for best performanceClient friendly approach for pre and post launch service requirementsPromotion of our client projects through our websiteHelps in identifying and establishing multiple screens requirement based on local level survey and feasibility study. Multiple screens can be setup in combination of 100 to 300 seats.
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The Chairman and MD of PVR Limited will be the recipient of the 'Exhibitor of the Year' Award at the CineAsia Awards ceremony in December this year Ajay Bijli, Chairman and MD, PVR Limited, will receive the Exhibitor of the Year Award at the CineAsia Awards Ceremony on December 14 at the Grand Hyatt in Hong Kong. "It gives us great pleasure to present the Exhibitor of the Year award to Ajay Bijli of PVR Limited, " said Andrew Sunshine, Vice-president of The Film Expo Group. "PVR has built a culture of innovation for cinema, changing the movie-going experience in India. He has proven to be a pioneer in the industry and we congratulate him on this welldeserved honour." Naturally, for PVR and Bijli, the Exhibitor of the Year Award holds special significance. Only few entrepreneurs have successfully catered to the changing demands of not just the young, but also the cognoscenti. Starting from 1997, when he transformed the way millions of Indians consume entertainment, he continues to win hearts with his inventive and enterprising attitude, which serves nearly 75 million patrons across the country with 600 screens in 51 cities. PVR began as a joint venture agreement withVillage Roadshow, a global film production and exhibition company of Australia, and within a few years, the company established the multiplex format in India. In 2012, the company acquired Cinemax and took over DT Cinemas in 2016. When asked about the award, Bijli said, "This award is special since it recognises our endless struggle to revolutionise the business of cinema viewing in India. Our long database spread across nearly 50 cities in India has grander expectations from us, and as such, our patrons motivate us to reach greater heights in the years to come. I am glad CineAsia recognised the efforts put in by my entire team." 
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