The turnover of the Indian Film industry is very small when compared to the same in the Western countries. However recently things have been changing for the better. The turnover of the Indian film industry is around 1.8 billion dollars. Revenues by way of ticket sales in theatres alone amounted to around 4.2 billion in 2013. At least 80 per cent of the movies made annually turn out to be great hits at the box-office in India.
Indian film industry over the past few years has been receptive towards foreign investments. This has paved way for many international production firms to make their debut in Bollywood along with opening their offices in the country. As per a FICCI-KPMG report, Indian film industry is worth US$ 2.11 billion and is likely to witness a 9.1% growth in 2014.
In 2013 the Reliance ADA Group signed a production pact with DreamWorks Studios, endorsed by Steven Speilberg, a well known Hollywood director, to produce movies with an investment of US$ 825 million. Yash Raj Films has signed joint partnership with Walt Disney, to produce animated films. Adlabs has emerged as the only movie chain in India providing 3D and 6D formats and PVR is all set to infuse around US$ 52.2 million to grow its film production in India.