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The Celluloid Man To Release

The feature-length documentary The Celluloid Man – a tribute to PK Nair the founder and former director of the National Film Archive of Pune – will find a theatrical release in Mumbai, New Delhi, Kolkata, Bengalaru, Chennai and Pune, from May 3 at the PVR cinemas for evening shows daily. ...
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Countdown To A Century – Amar Akbar Anthony

On May 3, 1913, Dadasaheb Phalke’s Raja Harishchandra was shown for the first time in public at Coronation Cinema at Girgaon, Mumbai. In fact, Raja Harishchandra was preceded by Dadasaheb Torne’s Shree Pundalik, which released almost a year earlier on May 18, 1912. However, the fact that Shree Pundalik ...
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