Films were an integral part of Shivendra Singh Dungarpurs life. A scion of the eponymous royal family, his maternal grandmother, Usha Rani, the Maharani of Dumraon, Bihar, was very fond of films. She would take me to the theatre and book the entire hall to ... Deccan chronicle, 2 weeks ago
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Who is PK Nair? The release of Shivendra Singh Dungarpur's Celluloid Man should answer this question for a general audience at least, the audience that gets around to seeing two-and-a-half hour documentaries. A word about the form, first. Thanks to ...The Hindu, 3 weeks ago
After bagging two National wards and being screened at 24 International Film Festivals in less than a year, Shivendra Singh Dungarpur's 'Celluloid Man' is finally releasing in theatres this Friday.IBN Live, 2 weeks ago The archivist man New Indian Express, 3 weeks ago
Bollywood classics, a part of our national treasure, are meeting a similar fate. While some negatives are lost, others are irretraceable All film buffs in India are aware of the 1946 classic Chetan Anand's debut film as director, it was India's ...Times of India, 3 days ago
I was rather sceptical about Bombay Talkies, right up till the lights dimmed in the theatre. I was converted in about 15 minutes, mid-way through Karan Johar's segment. By the time the second short, Dibakar Banerjee's, ended, I was downright ashamed ...Hindu Business Line, 1 week ago
A five-year old kid who gets the luxury of watching a film in a booked theatre is bound to grow up a movie buff. But Shivendra Singh Dungarpur was sure that his passion for films will not just be limited to watching them, but also making them. An established ...Deccan Herald, 1 week ago
Mail this page Translate this page Rate me.... " class="fb_share_button" onclick="return fbs_click()" target="_blank" style="text-decoration:none;" Share Celluloid man: A paean to the pictures" Share Celluloid man: A paean to the pictures" Share ...Bangalore Mirror, 2 weeks ago
Do you know who PK Nair is? But you do know that Dadasaheb Phalke is the father of Indian Cinema and released the first Indian feature film "Raja Harishchandra" a 100 years ago? 80-year-old Nair is the reason you know that.If you ever get to meet ...India Today, 2 weeks ago The tireless Henri Langlois of Indian cinema Asian Age, 1 month ago Dear Cinema: P.K. Nair to be honored at Kyiv International Documentary Film Festival in Ukraine KPNews.com, 2 months ago
New Delhi, May 2 (PTI) "Celluloid Man", a documentary film that explores the life and work of the legendary Indian archivist P K Nair, is scheduled for release tomorrow but fans in Kolkata and Hyderabad will have to wait a little longer leaving its ...Press Trust of India, 2 weeks ago
This documentary is the life-story of legendary film archivist PK Nair. Movie Review: Having visited the 'National Film Archive of India' in Pune, as a mass-media/film appreciation student, I was one of the privileged few who got an opportunity to ...Times of India, 2 weeks ago Documentary on PK Nair to finally getting a theatrical release Mid Day, 3 weeks ago
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