The local Indians though complain a lot about the Bollywood movies in India but do you know that there are many countries in the world that are crazy about these films. They like the music, melodrama, songs, action and other things and often make the film hit when it releases in the overseas market. The Bollywood films have impressed the audience abroad and they wait to see the films releasing in their countries. It would be interesting to see how these films make a difference in the life of people of these nations, let’s check the top 5 nations that remain crazy about the Bollywood films.
The country china tops the list and there have been several movies releasing in this country that have worked well. It all started with Aamir Khan starrer movie PK that was an instant hit when released in Chinese language. Since then there were several movies released that included Dangal, Tiger Zinda Hai and others. In fact, Aamir Khan has been their favorite actor.
The country has the craze for Bollywood movies since eighties. They manage to see the film with the titles going below in their TV screens as well at different Indian and other channels. Many of the films keep on releasing since past three decades and these have been entertaining the people in this country a lot.
It was in 1995 when Rajnikanth with his film Mathew turned a big hit in this country. Since then it was no looking back for the Bollywood film and we see many actors releasing their films in Japan which are being enjoyed a lot by Japanese people.
This country likes SRK a lot and ever since his film Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham did well over this country, his films have been the most awaited ones in this country. These include films like Dil Se, Main Hoon Na, Kal Ho Na Ho and many more that worked well in this country.
Again, the magic of SRK works well in this country as he is among the most wanted actors in this country. Germany waits for SRK movies and their love and craze for the actor has gone one step ahead as they have his statue in their country’s known museum.