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Dhundiraj Govind Phalke News

  • | May 1st, 2014

    8 little known facts about Dadasaheb Phalke

    8 little known facts about Dadasaheb Phalke

    On his 144th birth anniversary, we do a #WayBackWednesday and tell you some unexplored facts about the film-making legend
    Read on to know more… Click here to read more

  • | April 30th, 2013

    Dadasaheb Phalke 143rd birth anniversary today: Should the legend receive a Bharat Ratna?

    Dadasaheb Phalke 143rd birth anniversary today: Should the legend receive a Bharat Ratna?

    A salute to the pioneer who introduced the magic of moving images to India. Send in your wishes…
    The man who is known as the Father of Indian cinema, Dadasaheb Phalke was born on April 30, 1870, in Nashik, Maharashtra, as Dhundiraj Govind Phalke. He attended the prestigious JJ School of Art in Mumbai and later the renowned Kala Bhavan in Baroda, where he trained extensively in art and photography. Click here to read more

  • | April 30th, 2013

    Savita Bhabhi, Kamastura 3D: An erotic centenary for Indian cinema

    Savita Bhabhi, Kamastura 3D: An erotic centenary for Indian cinema

    Cineswami tells us more about Savita Bhabhi The Movie, the animated porn film that releases in the 100th year of Indian cinema
    The ongoing celebrations in Delhi for the centenary of Indian cinema will conclude on May 3 with the presentation of the National Film Awards. May 3 is significant of course because that’s the day, exactly 100 years ago, when Dhundiraj Govind Phalke’s Raja Harishchandra, India’s first feature length film, released. May 3 will also see the release of portmanteau film Bombay Talkies, Click here to read more

  • | June 28th, 2012

    The celestial status of our stars

    The celestial status of our stars

    At the IIFA awards in Toronto, I saw again how crazy we are about our film stars. Is it this madness that keeps Bollywood from being flattened by Hollywood? Perhaps
    I’ve always known that Indians suffer from a particularly virulent case of movie madness, but just how sick we are was made apparent last month when I went to the IIFA (International Indian Film Academy) awards in Toronto. The 12th edition of the IIFA marked its North American premiere. Clearly, neither the organisers nor the Royal Fairmont Hotel, where the Bollywood contingent was staying, had anticipated the unabashed love that local South Asians have for Hindi movies. Everyone veered between total hysteria and shell shock. Click here to read more