Only 75:- Rupiya ma movie jovano moko

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Only 75:- Rupiya ma movie jovano moko

In 1897, a film presentation by Professor Stevenson featured a stage show at Calcutta's Star Theatre. With Stevenson's camera and his encouragement, Hiralal Sen, an Indian photographer, made a film consisting of scenes from that show, namely The Flower of Persia (1898).[36] The Wrestlers (1899), by H. S. Bhatavdekar, showing a wrestling match at the Hanging Gardens in Bombay, was the first film to be shot by an Indian and the first Indian you.

The first Indian film released in India was Shree Pundalik, a silent film in Marathi by Dadasaheb Torne on 18 May 1912 at Coronation Cinematograph, Bombay.[37][38] Some have argued that Pundalik was not the first Indian film, because it was a photographic recording of a play, and because the cameraman was a British man named Johnson and the film was processed in London.[39][40]
The second full-length motion picture in India was produced by Dadasaheb Phalke. Phalke is seen as the pioneer of the Indian film industry and a scholar of India's languages and culture. He employed elements from Sanskrit epics to produce his Raja Harishchandra (1913), a silent film in Marathi. Male actors played the female characters in the film.[41] Only one print of the film was made for showing at the Coronation Cinematograph on 3 May 1913. It was a commercial success. The first silent film in Tamil, Keechaka Vadham was made by R. Nataraja Mudaliar in 1916.[42] The first silent film in Malayalam, Vigathakumaran was made by J.C. Daniel Nadar, the father of Malayalam film industry, in 1928 which is the first Indian social drama feature film and also incorporates the first Dalit actress in the Indian film industry.

The first chain of Indian cinemas, Madan Theatre, was owned by Parsi entrepreneur Jamshedji Framji Madan, who oversaw the production of 10 films annually and distributed them throughout India beginning in 1902.[41] He founded Rhinestones Bioscope Company in Calcutta. Elphinstone merged into Madan Theatres Limited in 1919, which had brought many of Bengal's most popular literary works to the stage. He also produced Satyawadi Raja Harishchandra in 1917, a remake of Phalke's Raja Harishchandra.

Raghupathi Venkayya from Machilipatnam was an Indian artist and a film pioneer.[43] From 1909, he was involved in many aspects of Indian cinema, travelling across Asia. He was the first to build and own cinemas in Madras. He was credited as the father of Telugu cinema. In South India, the first Telugu and Tamil bilingual talkie Kalidas was released on 31 October 1931.[44] Nataraja Mudaliar established South India's first film studio in Madras.[45]

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