On the quiet evening of July 07, 1896, the monsoon was rolling to an end in British India. Rolling over a projector, at the banquet hall of the Watson Hotel, in Bombay, were the first frames in Indian cinema history. The Lumerie Brothers Company was screening movies for the first time in India; six short silent ones. It took three years more, for the first two Indian films to appear in the same Indian city.
The first indigenous feature film, Harishchandra, produced by Dadasaheb Phalke, was screen
There are several important messages conveyed in this movie, first we must understand that the role of Hollywood and the MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America) has never been to entertain us Africans and other highly melanated people, we wer
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