Dadasaheb Phalke, the father of Indian cinema
A sensitive biography of father of Indian Cinema, who transformed the dream of making the indian film industry indegenous into a reality.Translated into english by S.A. Virkar.
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Initial Attempts to Create Moving Pictures
Experiments with Movies In India
Development of Art and Resolve to Produce Indigenous Movies
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