Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of East India film Company


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Jul 1, 2013, 6:42:37 AM (10 years ago)
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  • East India film Company

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    77B.L. Khemka. Bengali productions include 
    88films by Tulsi Lahiri (Jamuna Puliney, 1933), 
    9 Naresh Mitra’s Sabitri (1933), Dhiren 
    10 Ganguly (Bidrohi, 1935) and Debaki Bose 
    11 (Sonar Sansar, 1936). Most prominent inhouse 
    12 director was Hindi film-maker A.R. 
    13 Kardar (1933-6). The studio branched out into 
    14 Tamil (e.g. K. Subramanyam’s Bhakta 
     9[[Naresh Mitra]]’s Sabitri (1933), [[Dhiren 
     10Ganguly]] (Bidrohi, 1935) and [[Debaki Bose]] 
     11([[Sonar Sansar]], 1936). Most prominent inhouse 
     12director was Hindi film-maker [[A.R. 
     13Kardar]] (1933-6). The studio branched out into 
     14Tamil (e.g.[[ K. Subramanyam]]’s Bhakta 
    1515Kuchela, 1936) and Telugu films (e.g. 
    16 Pullaiah’s Savithri, 1933). Until the mid-40s it 
     16[[Pullaiah]]’s [[Savithri]], 1933). Until the mid-40s it 
    1717was the only fully equipped sound studio 
    1818available to Tamil film-makers and was a major 
     
    2020particularly cameramen (best known: Jiten 
    2121Bannerjee) working in the South, a tradition 
    22 later continued by Gemini Studios. 
     22later continued by [[Gemini]] Studios. 
    2323 
    2424For Ekalavya see Robi Ghosh