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Greatest Films Of Indian Cinema
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Independent Film Makers !!! If you are out of budget here you go ...
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Must Read for Film Making Students and New Film Makers
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1939 (Madras) Malli Pelli
Telugu film Directed by Y.V. Rao can be called trendsetters. The well-made box office hit deals with a social issue, widow remarriage, a taboo in those days. Rao, who wrote the story and scenario besides producing the film under Sri Jagadish Films banner, also exposed fake god men, cautioning people not to fall prey to them.
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1940 (Madras) Viswamohini
Telugu, Romance Film directed by Y. V. Rao, Produced by Jagdish Films. It was First Indian film, depicting the Indian movie world itself.
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1946 (Bombay) Neecha Nagar
Hindi film directed by Chetan Anand and Produced by A. Halim, India Pictures. Neecha Nagar became the First Indian film to gain international recognition, after it shared the Grand Prix du Festival International du Film (Best Film) award at the First Cannes Film Festival in 1946
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1948 (Madras) Chandralekha
Tamil and Hindi film Directed and Produced by S. S. Vasan. It became the First Madras Production, as well as the First Indian film to become a hit all over India. The film cost INR 3 million. Despite the original Tamil version's popularity, Chandralekha was not profitable due to its expense, and Vasan decided to remake it in Hindi. He re-shot scenes, added songs, and replaced comedy scenes with Hindi artistes. The Hindi version was released the same year with over 600 prints and set box-office records, opening the market to South Indian producers. "The two versions—Tamil and Hindi—grossed millions".
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