First Indian Movie

First Indian Movie

First Indian Movie

First Indian Movie

Many times people want to know about the First Indian Movie that was made and put on theaters in the Indian Film fraternity. Also in many competitive exams or quiz, there are questions related to the First Indian Movie, so we thought of doing some research and put it down some facts for you. 

Film Name: Raja Harishchandra

Directed and Produced By: Mr. Dadasaheb Phalke

Duration of the movie: 49 minutes

Theater (for general public): Coronation Cinematograph and Variety Hall, Mumbai

Year of Release (yor): 1913

Film Story: The film is based on the mythological legend Raja Harishchandra, who was known for his honesty. According to the legends King Harishchandra never spoke lied in his life time and for this many times God came to earth to test his honesty, integrity and faith. This film showed the life of Raja Harishchandra.

With release of this movie, the graph of Indian entertainment industry has always soared new heights, beyond anyone’s imagination.

As the First Indian Movie it was first full-length movie with no sound (silent movie).

Whereas the First Indian Movie with sound was Alam Ara, which was released in year 1931.

Note: We have collected this information from internet, hence do not guarantee the integrity of the information published here.

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