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Origins. First motion picture was exhibited in India, in Bombay (Mumbai), in 1896 by Lumiere Brothers ( Workers Leaving the Lumière Factory) . First Indian motion picture was The Flower of Persia (Dr. Hira Lal) in 1898.

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origins
Origins
  • First motion picture was exhibited in India, in Bombay (Mumbai), in 1896 by Lumiere Brothers (Workers Leaving the Lumière Factory).
  • First Indian motion picture was The Flower of Persia (Dr. Hira Lal)in 1898.
  • First full-length feature film Raja Harishchandra (Dr. Dada Saheb Phalke) was made in 1913.
  • Recently a film (Hraishchandrachi factory) was made on the making of this film and the life of Dada Saheb Phalke.
song dance drama
Song-dance-drama
  • First film with sound Alam Ara (Dr. Ardeshir Irani) was made in 1931.
  • It had 7 songs and was movie adaptation of a successful play in Parsi Theatre.
  • Classical Theatre tradition (Natyashastra)
  • Religious theatre (Ramlila)
  • Secular Theatre (Parsi)
  • On average about 200 films were being produced in India by 1930s in eight major languages including Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malyalam and Assamese.
  • Today on average 1000 films are made every year.
narrative
Narrative
  • Melodrama
  • Song and dance (ballad)
  • Family
  • Love story (Laila-manju troupe)

Early Genres

  • Mythological cinema
  • Social cinema
  • Historical cinema

New Genres

  • Gangster movies
  • Diaspora movies