Indian cinema: An epic journey
The saga of Indian cinema's greatness will roll on, long after the glitz, glamour, and noise of Bollywood will have faded
In 2011, the Central Board of Film Certification allowed 1,255 Indian films for public distribution, of which 206 were in Hindi. A century ago, when Dadasaheb Phalke made Raja Harishchandra, classification based on language was unnecessary, since Phalke’s film was silent, a universal language that all Indians understood instinctively.
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