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Short History of Indian Cinema - Bhatvadekar

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Movie industry which is in Mumbai which makes Hindi cinema or Hindi language movies is called as Bollywood.

Bollywood does not include the movies made in other languages.

Year 1970- Bollywood name is inspired from Hollywood and Tollywood. Hollywood is the centre of the American film industry. Tollywood is the name for the cinema of the West Bengal.

July 7,1896- Lumiere brothers’ cinematography unveiled six soundless short films on July 7,1896 at the Watson Hotel in Mumbai. This was j

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Short History of Indian Cinema - Dadasaheb Phalke

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Dadasaheb Phalke was very intelligent. Before turning to movies he got experience or career as a painter, photographer, playwright and magician. Phalke was inspired to make a film about Indian mythology after seeing a film about the life of Christ. Thus, Indian Cinema, Hindi Cinema started its journey, a never ending journey. Dadasaheb Phalke was considered as the Founder and Father of Indian Cinema. He was born on 30 April, 1870 at Trimbakeshwar near the Maharashtra city of Nasik

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