Friday, 11 December 2015

Some people read and forget , Some people read and get confused

Some people read and forget , Some people read and get confused
"Confusion in something" is good , because it shows you are using your Brain.
There is lots of People, Authors and Writers. Who love to write and share their knowledge with us.
History is something which is written by lots of people and every person writes in a different way,thats why we get confused.
Most of people are confused between Raja Harishchandra and Shree pundalik ,because some records say Raja Harishchandra was the first silent feature film made in India and some records say a different story.
So what was the real story??
Truth is "the first Indian film released in India was Shree pundalik a silent film in Marathi by Dadasaheb Torne on 18 May 1912 at 'Coronation Cinematograph', Mumbai.
But some have argued that Pundalik does not deserve the honour of being called the first Indian film because it was a photographic recording of a popular Marathi play, and because the cameraman—a man named Johnson—was a British national and the film was processed in London.
So "Raja Harishchandra" became The first full-length motion picture in India which was produced by Dadasaheb Phalke,
Dadasaheb is the pioneer of Indian film industry a scholar on India's languages and culture, who brought together elements from Sanskrit epics to produce his Raja Harishchandra (1913), a silent film in Marathi. The female roles in the film were played by male actors.
The film marked a historic benchmark in the film industry in India. Only one print of the film was made and shown at the Coronation Cinematograph on 3 May 1913. It was a commercial success and paved the way for more such films. The first silent film in Tamil, Keechaka Vadham was made by R. Nataraja Mudaliar in 1916.
Hope now its clear Sarita ,Thank you so very much you shared your confusion with us.
Stay connected & tc
If you don't understand something ask questions,because intelligent people have lots of confusions,clear them ***

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