By Arvind PanagariyaIn the month of March, the top 100 films in India are all ranked by a group of critics, including critics who have reviewed them.
These films are selected by a panel of Indian film experts who then review them on a regular basis.
In the same month, they’re ranked by their audience score on Indias most popular social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Google+.
This is how the ranking works:The number of points a film gets for its audience score is determined by a mathematical formula.
It’s called the audience score.
In an average year, the score is based on a survey of more than 3,500 films released in India.
Since these films are rated by an independent panel of experts, the scores don’t reflect the quality of any films released by an exhibitor, or by any other source.
The audience score, which is calculated by taking the number of people who have seen the film, and dividing it by the number who have watched it, is then compared with a formula that gives a score for the film’s “comparison value”.
The “comparable value” is the audience’s expectation of a film based on the film that they have seen.
For example, a film released in January is rated at a score of 8, which means that a film that’s not seen by more than 7% of its audience, or more than 1.5 million people, is rated as “below average”.
Similarly, a movie released in April is rated 8, and a film in May at 8.
The score for an average film released this month is 4.0.
The audience score for a film like Bollywood’s “Punjabi Queen” is 4, the same as the average score of the top 10 films released during the month.
The ratings are then combined to create the overall score of a movie.
An average movie has a score between 0.8 and 1.0, with a maximum score of 2.0 being “very good”.
These are the scores of films that are in the top 5.
The average score for “Bollywood Queen” was 1.9, the highest score ever achieved by an Indian film in a calendar year.
In contrast, the audience scores for the top 50 films were all below 0.5, with the score of “Bachelors”, “Jabariya”, “Shabana”, “Bhoomi”, “Hindi” and “Virat Kohli” being the highest ever in India, according to a report by the Indian Film Certification Authority (IFCA).
The ratings also include scores for “Sachin Tendulkar’s” “The Birth of a Nation”, “Kajol’s” ”The Karo Bagh”, “Rajkumar Ram”, “Chennai Bollywood”, “Yash Chopra’s” and the best-known film, “Kamal Haasan’s” “”Dangal”.
The scores for all these films were lower than the average.
The number one film released for the month, “The birth of a nation”, was rated at 1.1, the lowest score ever in the month by a film with a rating of “average”.
Similarly the number two film, JK Joshi’s “Dangals”, was 1, while “Acharya”, “Manoj Mishra’s”, “Suresh Kapoor’s” and “Anushka Sharma’s” were all at 0.6.
The top five films of the month were all rated at “average” by the audience, with “Niraj Kapoor, Kishan Sudarshan and Rajinikanth at 1, 2, 3 and 4 respectively.
A number of popular Indian films were also among the top five. “
Ajai” was rated below average at 0 and “Kanjapuram” was the worst film at 0 – with just 1.3%.
A number of popular Indian films were also among the top five.
“Kashmiri Girl” and its sequel “Kathakali”, both rated “good”, were also on the list.
“Pitoori” was also one of the films that earned the highest “average score” among the Top 50 films.
The average score is 5.2 for films released on or after February 12.
“Babaji” was ranked #1 by an audience of just over 3.6 million people.
The film, which was made by a production company that had a major stake in the film industry, was released in December 2014.
“Shajuji”, an award-winning director of “Pilgrimage”,