When the first talkie - Ardeshir Irani's 'Alam Ara' came out on March 14 1931, India was already familiar with the concept of feature films. In fact a flourishing film industry already existed post the success of 'Raja Harishchandra'. Filmmakers ... IBNLive, 1 month ago
India's first talkie film 'Alam Ara' marks its 85th anniversary - Mid Day, 1 month ago
Barbad awards were given to the best albums and musicians in varied fields of music for the first time during the closing ceremonies of 31st Fajr Music Festival. The ceremony was attended by Iran's Culture Minister Ali Jannati, a number of other ...Iran Daily, 2 months ago
Prev By Dipanjan Sinha | Posted 4 hours A walk along South-Central Mumbai where theatres presented Raja Harishchandra this week in 1913 The soul of a city lies in its past. In the answer to the question: What happened here? This answer ...Mid Day, 1 week ago
NEW DELHI: Contributions of the micro minority community of Parsis in India is showcased through an exhibition that has opened at the National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA) here. "Painted Encounters: Parsi Traders and the Community" is a ...Economic Times, 1 month ago
No print of Alam Ara, India's first talkie which pioneered song-and-dance routines in Hindi cinema exists today. The black-and-white classic opened on March 14, 1931. "Alam Ara pioneered something extraordinary, it should have been preserved like ...Mumbai Mirror, 1 month ago SHOCKING REVELATION on film's 85th Anniversary Greater Kashmir, 1 month ago 85th anniv: 'Alam Ara' should have been preserved like the Taj Press Trust of India, 1 month ago No print of Alam Ara available: Whose fault is this? Hindustan Times, 1 month ago
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