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Dadasaheb Phalke

Will the real azaadi please stand up!
2 years ago

Will the real azaadi please stand up!

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A small, but power-packed word, ‘Azaadi‘ (freedom) encompasses many connotations and possibilities. In 1947, innumerable lives have been sacrificed to attain independence. But today, 69 years later, has …
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Kamal Swaroop’s Rangbhoomi to open LIFF
5 years ago

Kamal Swaroop’s Rangbhoomi to open LIFF

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Kamal Swaroops <em>Rangbhoomi</em>, based on Dadasaheb Phalkes eponymous semi-autobiographical play will be the opening film at the upcoming Ladakh International film festival. Anurag Kashyap`s Ugly will have an Asian premiere …
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Ugly to premiere at Ladakh International Film Festival 2014
5 years ago

Ugly to premiere at Ladakh International Film Festival 2014

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Anurag Kashyap’s Ugly will have an Asian premiere at the third edition of the Ladakh International Film Festival (LIFF) being held in Leh.
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Waheeda Rehman to receive honour at 12th Third Eye Asian Film Festival
5 years ago

Waheeda Rehman to receive honour at 12th Third Eye Asian Film Festival

Veteran actress Waheeda Rehman will inaugurate the 12th edition of the Third Eye Asian Film Festival on January 3, 2014 in Mumbai. The actress will also be honoured …
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A book on Bengal’s contribution to Indian cinema
5 years ago

A book on Bengal’s contribution to Indian cinema

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The information and cultural affairs department has launched a book titled “Bengal in the Century of Cinema and Beyond”, which chronicles the Bengal’s contribution to Indian cinema, celebrating …
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A glorious beginning: The Founding Fathers of Indian cinema
6 years ago

A glorious beginning: The Founding Fathers of Indian cinema

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Pandolin pays ode to the Founding Fathers of Indian cinema and takes you down memory lane to the beginning of films in India.
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Raja Harishchandra: A silent beginning to a cinematic revolution
6 years ago

Raja Harishchandra: A silent beginning to a cinematic revolution

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Tracing the significance of the first Indian feature film, Raja Harishchandra made by Dadasaheb Phalke, in the history of Indian cinema.
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Bombay Talkies and 101 Silver Screen Stars join hands to celebrate 100 Years of Indian Cinema
6 years ago

Bombay Talkies and 101 Silver Screen Stars join hands to celebrate 100 Years of Indian Cinema

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Shemaroo Entertainment Ltd, paid a tribute to 100 years of Cinema with the release of its 4 DVD Gift Pack called 101 SILVER SCREEN STARS.
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Harishchandrachi Factory
6 years ago

Harishchandrachi Factory

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[box_light]”We unnecessarily get into labels such as experimental and commercial. It is the treatment of the film that matters.” – Paresh Mokashi[/box_light]

Harishchandrachi Factory is a Marathi …
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