Monday, 23 March 2015

Bollywood Latest News Magazine Online

Mayapuri brings you all the excitement and fervor of the world of cinema. Bollywood is the world’s largest film industry and has inspired magazine writing in English, Hindi and all regional languages. Mayapuri has the distinction of being the oldest and largest circulated Hindi film weekly of India. It boasts a circulation figure of 3, 40,000 per week and a readership of 30, 60000.

The Mayapuri group of publications is over a hundred years old. In 1974 it launched the first Hindi weekly magazine of India  and this proved to be a resounding success. It is one of the most sought after Hindi film gossip magazines and draws its readership from the north of India. Available at all newsstands it is sure to turn up at every barber’s shop in the country. Some of the older issues (1970s and 80s) are valued as being vintage. It is also Bollywood’s latest  News magazine.

Hindi is the most popularly spoken of Indian dialects It is spoken mostly in northern states of Rajasthan, Delhi, Haryana, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand and Bihar. Hindi is additionally in use in the neighboring countries of Pakistan, Bangladesh and  Nepal.
It is little wonder that the  Hindi e magazine is on the rise. The Hindi e-magazines popularly in circulation are Grihshobha, India today, Sarita, Meri saheli, Tehelka, Raj Sarokar, Mayapuri  and numerous more are accessible in on the web. Bollywood news in Hindi  is dominated by Mayapuri.

Get a slice of Bollywood with Mayapuri every week. It is a film weekly with a pan India presence that has enthralled Indian readers for many decades. Gossip, interviews, news releases and movie reviews is what makes Mayapuri so very popular. It brings to its readers a weekly update on Bollywood that is delightful to read. Interviews give a sneak peek   into the colorful lives of Bollywood stars, while cover stories capture the happening flavor of events as they unfold. Forthcoming films are reviewed to  indicate to the reader  whether it is a block buster or a flop. So get your slice of Bollywood with this riveting magazine.