So many cinemas: the motion picture in India
`So Many Cinemas` Is A Kaleidoscopic And Captivating Overview Of The History Of Cinema In India, Authored By The Eminent Documentary Film Maker, B D Garga, Who Is Reputed As A Pioneering Historian And Commentator Of Indian Films. The Book Has A Comprehensively Researched Text Of Over A Hundred Thousand Words, Enhanced By Touches Of Satire And Humour. It Is Sumptuously Illustrated With Over 400 Rare Photographs, Working Stills, Post Cards, Advertisements, Film Booklets And Other Film Memorabilia, Most Of Which Are From The Author`S Enviable Personal Collection.
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