Staff Correspondent

Udupi: Film director Nagatihalli Chandrashekhar said on Tuesday that Indian films were taking advantage of globalisation.

He was speaking on "Effects of globalisation on Indian cinema" at a programme organised by Karnataka Janapara Vedike, here.

Mr. Chandrashekhar said that some of the Hindi films had found markets in the Western countries.

The films produced at Bollywood were now competing with films from Hollywood, he said.

Globalisation had invaded most of the fields, Mr. Chandrashekhar said.

Convener of central committee of the vedike Sriram Divana and member of the district committee Janardhan Bhandarkar, were present.

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