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Movie Success Prediction based on Classical and Social Factors

@inproceedings{Darekar2018MovieSP,
  title={Movie Success Prediction based on Classical and Social Factors},
  author={Sachin Darekar and Pratik R. Kadam and Prajakta Patil and Chinmay Tawde},
  year={2018}
}
Like many innovations, the movie industry has been driven by advances in technology and is mainly dependent on customer approval and response. Social media such as Twitter, YouTube, IMDb , Wikipedia, etc are major platforms where people can share their views about the movies. Along with these social factors the integration of classical factors such as director, producer, cast, runtime and genre play a major role and affect the popularity of the movie. Thus, the overall success of an unreleased… 
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