Cinema is the largest business in India today. In terms of industry, its total income in 2011 was $ 1.86 billion (₹ 93 billion but it developed itself to achieve this milestone. 03 May 2013 is the year in which Indian cinema has celebrated its 100th anniversary as on this day India’s first feature film “Raja Harishchandra” was released in the year 1913. It was produced by Dadasaheb Phalke, the father of Indian cinema. “78 dead people become alive, see them speak?” Launch Line is the poster that gave the first speaking film to Indian cinema, “Alam Ara”, which was directed by Ardeshir Irani in 1931. It was the new rise of Indian cinema as it was the beginning of the golden era of films. Earlier, language was not important but now the rise of regional cinema too. The 1937 film “Krishna Kanhaiya” was the first color film to reach cinema Created Neek. The 50s brought many artists with them. The 1949 Raj Kapoor hit film Barsaat got an “A” certificate back then. Dilip Kumar debuted in 1944 with the film “Jowar Bhata”. “Mother India (1957)” and “Mughal-e-Azam (1960) made the craze for cinema. The themes of the films stories were of common civic values. It was normal to express the pain of society in the meantime. 70s By the end of the year, romantic hero Rajesh Khanna entered the cinema with the film Aradhana (1969) and romanticized the films. The girl was so fond of “Kaka” that she wrote letters with blood. Rajesh Khanna The record of 15 consecutive hits continues to this day. After several flops, Amitabh Bachchan made the film “Zanjeer (1973)” and his angry young man look became the first choice of the youth. Also became a big hit and did not stop till today. In the decades that followed, the stories shifted from social issues to a focus on young love. In the meantime, many producers filmed films out of the box. India’s first formal That the superstar was Ashok Kumar and the first female superstar was Devika Rani. Indian cinema too has always been male dominated but actresses have always left an indelible mark in which Madhubala, Nargis, Vyjantimala, Rekha and Madhuri Dixit still haunt people. The joy of those family films of the 1990s is not even in the twisting stories of today. Today, people are less inclined towards cinema and now it is not an old thing even in films. If you have not seen 100 years of cinema and want to see them, then just send that old music to the ears of an old man, watch his body change and you will see a superstar alive.
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