Indian cinema has come a long way from the early flickering images but poor sound to today’s sophisticated technology both in creation and in the projection. Through more than 27,000 movies and thousands of small documentaries filmed in a total of 52 different languages, it has reflected the lifestyle and complex society Indian people. The increasing sophistication during the filming of the movie involves a higher production cost. In most cases, the budget exceeds several million Euros. (In the U.S., the average cost per film is 1.75 million). The invention of the cinema came to India more or less coinciding with the turn of the century. The first screening of a film took place in 1896, when the Lumiere brothers’ cinematographer six soundless short films screened at the Watson Hotel, Mumbai, and July 7. The first shooting of an Indian film and subsequent screening took place in 1899, when Harishchandra Bhatvadekar (Save Dada) shot two short films and showed through the Edison Kinetoscope system.

In 1920, the Indian film industry took shape. The new decade saw the arrival of many new companies and new directors. Dhiren Ganguly, Baburao Painter, Suchet Singh were the most famous directors in the twenties. The talkies India came quickly and quickly displaced the silent movies. The first Indian talkie was Alam Ara produced by the Imperial Film Company and directed by Ardershir Irani and was released on March 14, 1931 at the Majestic Cinema in Bombay. It was the film that revolutionized the entire country’s film industry. 1931 also marked the beginning of the proliferation of films in several Indian languages. The early 30’s were the decade of social protests in the history of Indian cinema. Three large companies, Prabhat, Bombay Talkies and New Theatres took the initiative in conducting serious films, but entertaining for all social classes. Many of those films dealt with social inequalities, as Duniya Na Mane, V. Santharam. Moreover, Ardeshir Irani in 1937 made the first Hindi film in color.The decade of the Second World War and Indian independence was a time also determining film industry?  Some of the most memorable films of Indian cinema took place during the forty. Well that time some very popular movies has been released and no you can get the link of direct movie download to store or download a movie and can enjoy it at home. 

In Hindi cinema, the impact of neorealism was evident in some notable films of the era.The sixties were a decade mediocre. The films were mainly to meet the demands of the distributors and the box office. The sixties began with the premiere of Mughal-E-Azam, K. Asif, who won the box office record. It was followed by notable productions that ranged from romantic musicals to melodramas of the highest quality.

Satyajit Ray, Ritwik Ghatak and Mrinal Sen were the founding fathers of the new Indian cinema. Hailed as the best director of India, Satyajit Ray made 30 feature films and five documentaries, including a wide range of issues in rural, urban and historical. His cinematography put within the domains of neorealism.The seventies widened the difference between film “cults” or to minorities, and big-budget films and star studded. All these films are full of action and revenge as a dominant theme .At present, India is the country that produces more movies each year, but that leadership cannot be applied equally to quality.

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