100 golen year of indian cinema

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100 golen year of indian cinema

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  2. 2. • Raja Harishchandra, 1913: produced and directed by Dadasaheb Phalke. • Lanka Dahan, 1917: Dadasaheb Phalke went on to make several filmsAfter RajaHarishchandra  including Mohini Bhasmasur (1913), Satyavan Savitri (1914) and Lanka Dahan (1917). • Keechaka Vadham, 1917: Mythology was one of the favourite subjects of filmmakers during this time. The success of Madan and Phalke inspired makers from other regions to make films too.Keechaka Vadham, based on the Mahabharata, was the first feature to be made in the south.
  3. 3. Shankuntala, 1920: The film, directed by Suchet Singh is based on Kalidas’ famous novel. It didn’t completely stick to the original work. Singh chose to go with a more liberal mind set owing to his foreign education. Patankar Friends and Company, a rival production house, came out with a more desi version, which had more mass appeal than Singh’s film. It got a big release but a cold response. But with time it became the most memorable film of Singh. Bhakt Vidur, 1921Bilat Ferat, 1921: Pati Bhakti, 1922: Directed by JJ Madan, Prem Sanyas, 1925: Directed by Himanshu Rai and Franz Osten, it was the first Indo-European co-production. German technicians and Indian actors came together for this one and managed to steer clear of the usual exotic depiction of Indian culture which up until then was the western filmmakers favoured. Gopal Krishna, 1929: Though Netaji Palkar was the first movie made by V Shantaram, Gopal
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