Theorie:

In order to speak about Bollywood, you should know the appropriate vocabulary.
 
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Bollywood is the name given to India's massive film industry - it's a play on the word Hollywood. Bollywood makes up to 800 films a year which is twice as many as Hollywood. Bollywood films are really colourful with lots of singing and dancing. They also like to use the same plot: boy meets girl, they fall in love and struggle for family approval.
  
plot - what the film is about
approval - agreement that sth. is good
hero, heroine - a man (hero) or a woman (heroine) who is noted for courageous acts
villain - an evil character in a play, novel, film etc.
screenplay - a television scenario (Drehbuch)
blockbuster - a very impressive film
critic - a person who analyses or judges literary or artistic works for a newspaper or magazine
tale - story
 
Verbs:
to screen a film - to show a film
to struggle for sth. - to fight for sth.
to direct a film - to lead the making of a film
to dub - to change the spoken language of a film into another
 
Adjectives:
colourful - having intense, different colours
predictable - able to be foretold in advance
sensitive - a person who is aware of the feelings of others
 
Examples:
Bollywood films are really colourful and like to use the same plot.
Young people find the stories of Bollywood predictable.
Directors thus choose screenplays that reflect real life.