Examining the understanding of designing a Model for Film Production Risk Management

Aftab Alam


This report is all about the issues and constraints of the film industry of Pakistan. Pakistan's film industry can continue to be one of the biggest and oldest cinema organizations. The review highlights efforts for this edition to attempt to analyze the justifications next to Pakistan film industry economic downturn. This industry has been faced lots of issues due to political and economic crisis of this country and those have been also discussed in this report briefly. The film industry in Pakistan faced many challenges, and they also applied several solutions to mitigating their problems. This sector also faces many of the greatest survival challenges, and they also face problems because of the economic crisis. Other difficulties are lawlessness, poverty , discrimination and corruption, and are thus faced this industry.   The framework and the theories for satisfying the people or citizens of those countries have been analyzed in this report. The main purpose and the objectives of this report have been also discussed in this report, and the findings from this study have been evaluated in this report. This primary objective of this report is to identify all of the challenges that the Pakistani film industry has been faced in recent years. The models for reducing or resolving all of the risks must also be addressed briefly in this paper. The understanding and conclusions of Pakistan's film industry must also be addressed in this article. Multiple understanding and findings from this review of the article has been also discussed in this report. Good management and a strong film production infrastructure also play a significant part in reducing the difficulties. They will need to concentrate on the principle of satisfaction to support individual demands. The investor must also invest in certain films that will suit the tradition of this country's culture. This is also good for the growth of the industry's audiences.

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