Celebrate 100 years of Indian film

May 1913 saw the first release of a landmark film in Indian film. The Mara language of the film is director and producer the Dadasaheb Phalke also pointed out that as the father of the Indian film. Fast forward to 2013 we like the movie “Barfi!” Written and directed by Anurag Basu another eminent director his own regiment. From silent films to 3D entertainment Indian cinema continues to be excited. In this article we will see Indian movies through the different stages of evolution.

Age of silence

The after film several other filmmakers to join the ranks and continue to create silent films until 1931. From 1913 to 1931 we see the center of the film industry in India followed by Mumbai (Bombay) Madras rise. It was the good time of the famous filmmaker like SS Vaasa Raghupati Venkaiah Naidu. In 1927 the Indian film screenings Advisory Committee (ICC) by the British Government to promote British film in India than the United States.

Music walkie-talkie era

March 14 1931 the first talking Indian film was released in the name of “Alam Ara” Alder Hill Irani. Devyani of the film beyond all expectations and the next few years to see the movie like “Buck Thapa Ladd” the Jamai is Hotel Shashthi “Kalidas” development “and” Indra plug Abha. ”

It is at this time the film actor realized that acting can be a great way to make a comfortable living. The song and dance sequences. This era is also known as “music era” because the actors sing their own songs. Most movies were in Tamil Telugu Bengali and Hindi languages.

This age is also noteworthy as the first ever Indian film screened at the Venice Film Festival. The film is the 1936 film “Sant Tukaram”.

The turmoil of the 1940s to the 1960s

In the 1940s when the Second World War India’s struggle for independence in full swing. The social and political environment can also be seen in the movie. The 1940s landmark film “Mandate of Heaven” starring Ashok Kumar. It handles non-traditional issues such as unmarried pregnancy and the concept of anti-hero. As growth of the lyric poet and singer of the music industry such as SD Myanmar Shankar Jaikishan OP Nayyar Madan Mohan Salil Chowdhury and Naushad leaps and bounds.

Movies are in India with more languages ​​than ever before. See the typical filmmaker blue Satyajit Ray K Asif DBL win Khan era Ghatak Ritwik Ramu Kariatm Mrinal Sen Mani Kaul Buddhadeb Dasgupta Guru Dutt KV Reddy LV Prasad arrival Shivaji Ganesan NT Rama Rao and fees Louis.

The past few decades some of the memorable films of Satyajit Ray “Apu Trilogy” “Siegel Neecha” Chetan Anand the “Nagarik” by Ritwik Ghatak and Bigha Zameen where now showing new releases at fame cinemas bangalore.

Social changes of the 1970s and 1980s

If the previous decades are the golden age of the next two decades brought sweeping social change to change the Indian film industry. A variety of social and economic change you can feel the film production. Movie characterizing and narrative style has changed a lot.

The trend is to produce “Masala Movies because of its immediate entertainment value. Diners “masala” movie genre: the Vinod Bachchan Jeetendra Rajesh Khanna development Anand Nargis Rahman Waheeda Sridevi Smita Patil Samet Nuotaigeer Hema Malini, Rekha.

Parallel fame cinema for decades is also very important also known as the arty brush strokes. Movies like “Arthur” PAROMA “” Sparsh “” EK PAL “” Salaam Bombay! “” 36 Chowringhee Lane “and” Chashme Buddoor “is the symbol of the era. Aravindan Krishnan Adoor Karen Ritwik Ghatak Satyajit Ray Shyam Benegal Indian art film Outstanding Director.

1990s to modern times

Advances in audio technology dance and special effects paves the way we see today is a global platform to the Indian film. 1990s corporate world slowly getting into the film industry as a producer.

The era saw the horror suspense comedy action thriller and romantic movie. Actor and actress became a “celebrity” enjoy unprecedented stars. From routine and time-tested plot of the movie we moved on funny weird experimental and innovative films like “Udaan” “Guzaarish” “Lai Sun Development” gang Wasseypur “and others.

Bollywood film industry has become an intrinsic part of the global film heritage like fame cinemas chennai. Our film at the International Film Festival and foreign film makers are showing a heightened interest in the Indian film. They also have huge overseas markets the Indian film industry revenue contribution.


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