Thousands dream of making it to Bollywood which is the centre of the fulfilment of all their dreams. Every second Indian wants to be a part of it. Bollywood’s history dates back to many years, primarily because of the industry’s stalwarts who have kept it intact. Many big names have come out from this industry. The first ever film that came out from Bollywood was in 1913. The word Bollywood was inspired from Los Angeles’ Hollywood and the word B was taken out from Bombay. India is the only country that churns out the most films per year. Bollywood has the largest film production with an annual output of 1,986 films as recorded in 2017. Bollywood also has the largest number of film producers. A total of 364 films were released in 2017 only, with a global box office revenue of 43 percent India is the only country that churns out the most films per year. Bollywood has the largest film production with an annual output of 1,986 films as recorded in 2017. Bollywood also has the largest number of film producers. A total of 364 films were released in 2017 only, with a global box office revenue of 43 percent. It also has the highest ticket sale with the amount of 3.6 billion tickets worldwide comparing with Hollywood 2.6 billion tickets sold. Moreover, the most popular genre in Bollywood has been the masala films since the 1970s. Genres include romance, action, comedy and melodrama which started in 1960s and seems to continue for a very long-time. Bollywood has been proved as a very nice journey for many stars. And many stars have a great status in Bollywoo at the early days of it such as Raj Kapoor, Shami Kapoor, Dev Anand, Dilip Kumar, Rajish Khanna, and Sunil Dutt with the female starring like Madubala, Waheeda, Rehman, Nargis and Saira Banu with their pure acting so as to make the Bollywood as the centre of attention. It was the time when movies were being released on the stories of pure love and they were successful to entertain the people as well. Many decades passed and it has become the ruling time of the great Amitabh Bachan, Rajinkanth, Rishi Kapoor, Jitandar, Darmandar and Vinod Khanna. It has also been the time of masala films and they were very near to touch the peak of success with the companion of female stars like Rekha, Hema Malini, Jaya Bachchan and Jaya Parada. This was the time when actors like Amitabh were successful to make the Bollywood the centre of the world’s attention. Then also like Govinda, Anil Kapoor, Sanjay Dutt, Sunil Shetty and Sunny Deol have given entry with their minor and major success. After all, it has become the year of three Khans entry in the Bollywood who remained successful in winning the hearts of thousands. They have shaped the movies into new shape like familiar and romantic which remained successful because they merely focused on social issues plus the biography of legendary personalities. SRK, Amir Khan and Salman had the opposite starring of Maadhuri Dixit, Kajol, Aishwarya Rai-Bachchan, Rani Mukherji, Sunali Bendre, Preity Zinta, Juhi Chawla and Karishma Kapoor. But today it has become the ruling time of Ranveer Singh, Ranbir Kapoor, Varun Dhawan and Tiger Shroff and so on. But this journey does not end here as it will create stars from stars. The song within changes with the time has a great role in the success of Indian movies. 1950s is the decade of extreme close-ups because it was the time when all the actions happening through the eyes and eyebrows of the leading actors. And similarly, 1960s is the decade of pure dance including small dance steps which were focused by actress wearing different types of clothes. The same is the true of 1970s when the leading actors were often seen in the songs. 1980s is the decade of increasing romance, music and songs which were connected to story-lines. 1990s has been the celebration because it was the time when songs were focused more for the celebrations. Moving towards the next century, 2000 is the decade of a quick dancing with quick moves in the history of Bollywood. It was the time when showing skin, quick moves and loud music became common to the world.