The movie will start showing two friends sitting in a cafe watching a football match, as they were celebrating a goal by the team he supports, the protagonist receives a call from his girlfriend who was waiting for him at a coffee shop. He receives her call and rushes out of the cafe to meet her, he drove his car very fast and reached the place where she was waiting for him. The protagonist gets out of the car and enters the coffee shop where he saw his girlfriend sitting with another guy, disappointed with what he saw he turns back and leaves.

Film proposal


my movie will commence showing the protagonist sitting with his friend in a cafe, watching a football match and in the
other scene his girlfriend is shown sitting in a coffee shop, who calls him. The protagonist receives her call and rushes out of the cafe for meeting her. He drives his car to the coffee shop and when he reached there he saw his girlfriend chatting with some other guy, disappointed with this he left the coffee shop.


Genre analysis

The romantic comedy is a genre derived from the romance genre and the comedy genre. In a typical romantic comedy the two lovers tend to be young, likeable, and apparently meant for each other, yet they are kept apart by some complicating circumstance (e.g., class differences, parental interference; a previous girlfriend or boyfriend) until, surmounting all obstacles, they are finally wed. A wedding-bells, fairy-tale-style happy ending is practically mandatory. The basic plot of a romantic comedy is that two characters, usually a man and a woman, meet, part ways due to an argument or other obstacle, then ultimately reunite. Sometimes the two leads meet and become involved initially, then must confront challenges to their union. Sometimes they are hesitant to become romantically involved because they believe that they do not like each other, because one of them already has a partner, or because of social pressures. However, the screenwriters leave clues that suggest that the characters are, in fact, attracted to each other and that they would be a good love match. The protagonists often separate or seek time apart to sort out their feelings or deal with the external obstacles to their being together.

While the two protagonists are separated, one or both of them usually realizes that they are ideal for each other, or that they are in love with each other. Then, after one of the two makes some spectacular effort (sometimes called the grand gesture) to find the other person and declare their love, or through an astonishing coincidental encounter, the two meet again. Then, perhaps with some comic friction or awkwardness, they declare their love for each other and the film ends happily. The couple does not, however, have to marry, or live together “happily ever after”. The ending of a romantic comedy is meant to affirm the primary importance of the love relationship in its protagonists’ lives, even if they physically separate in the end.


Wake Up Sid is a 2009 Bollywood coming of age film. It is directed by Ayan Mukerji, produced by Karan Johar‘s Dharma Productions, distributed by UTV Motion Pictures Siddharth “Sid” Mehra (Ranbir Kapoor) is the spoiled, carefree son of wealthy businessman Ram Mehra (Anupam Kher). A resident of Mumbai, his only interest is to have fun and spend his father’s money. Thus, he spends little time at college and is not prepared for the final exams. His father, not being aware of this fact, tells Sid it is time to join his company, which Sid reluctantly does only after his father tempts him with the promise of a new car
Sid meets Aisha (Konkona Sen Sharma), an aspiring writer. On their first meeting, they go out on a walk along the streets of Bombay. Sid shows her the city and takes her by the sea. They strike a chord instantly and a friendship ensues. Sid helps her to find and furnish her own apartment. She also lands a job with Mumbai Beat, (based on Time Out! Mumbai)[1] a hip magazine run by the handsome editor-in-chief Kabir (Rahul Khanna). On the eve of her 27th birthday, Aisha invites Sid to her place. When Sid tentatively explores moving their relationship beyond friendship, he finds that Aisha perceives him as boyish and immature. Despite feeling hurt, he maintains his friendship with her.

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Media issues


the illegal distribution of media without the permission of its owner. E.g. Downloading, Pirate DVDs. The advancement in technology has made piracy easier, cheaper and has improved the quality of the content. Electronic files can be leaked in advance of a films release. The internet allows pirate material to be distributed all over the world very quickly Digital cameras and sound equipment used in cinemas to record pirate copies of a film have improved greatly in quality Digital technology has allowed films to be released simultaneously across the world. Previously the delay in films reaching the UK from America meant that piracy was a more popular option.

Digital encryption means that films can be securely distributed.  The rise in digital film production and exhibition has paved the way for 3D cinema3D cinema is currently more difficult to “pirate”. It can not be filmed effectively in cinemas. The cost of watching good quality 3D material at home is high. The movie industry is not without clout however and it is responding to this threat with both with hard legal measures and also by raising awareness of the consequences of piracy. Piracy, in particular, internet piracy can be assumed to be growing. Even if it is not, it is a significantly large enough problem at the moment for something to need to be done about it. Piracy needs to stop, or at least be controlled to prevent it from completely undermining the film industry.






Hollywood is the top player in the global arena of film industries, and sales confirm it. While only topped by India’s movie market (dubbed Bollywood) in sheer output and rivaled in worldwide popularity, America’s blockbusters remain a preferred cinema experience for most of the world. Hollywood is willing to gamble on a single, huge blockbuster. Movies are an expensive endeavor, and America has long been one of the wealthiest countries in the world. The tradition of going to the movies, started as a cheap, escapist group activity, long established a national past-time for Americans. Hollywood has long had to come up with ways to keep people coming back, though, to create spectacles and increasingly bigger more exciting experiences. The big studios have only gotten bigger, and with conglomeration, have even less rivalry from independent sources, and can provide so much funding that the only limit to a Hollywood movie is the limit of the imagination. There’s so much spent that film-fans can see new product out of Hollywood every single week. There are other factors like the interest in the free-trade of film products, that some Hollywood studios may almost force certain movies into a foreign market. Many blockbusters today are so expensive there’s no way they could recoup and make a profit domestically, and they’re made fully with the expectation the global market will put it over the top. Whatever the reason, it has further since cemented Hollywood’s dominance as the world’s foremost film industry.









FAZEEL KHAN the protagonist in my movie is a student in NIXOR COLLEGE. His hobbies are reading books, watching movies, playing drums and many more. He is also a great actor as he has won many best performance awards in his primary school plays.