Each year, Bollywood, India's Hindi language-based film industry, produces about 1,000 movies — more than double the amount of movies typically made in Hollywood annually. The term "Bollywood" is an amalgamation of Bombay – the old name for Mumbai, the geographic locus of the industry — and Hollywood. While Bollywood has the most international visibility, Hindi-language movies comprise only a fraction of the entire Indian film industry. Other major Indian film production centres create films in the Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, and Tulu languages.
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