BOLLYWOOD investment firm The Indian Film Company (IFC) saw profits double over the past year, despite the economic slowdown and the terror attacks in Mumbai. IFC said  full year net profit increased by 98.5 per cent to £3.89m, on revenue which rose 257 per cent to £40.9m. The group released eight films over the year, including record-breaking hits Singh is Kinng and Ghajini, the highest-grossing Bollywood film of all time.