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    4 Aka Save Dada. Almost certainly the first Indian film-maker. Professional still photographer often portrayed as an amateur, but, in fact, a businessman trading in cameras and film equipment on a nationwide basis. Made several shorts, including one on a wrestling match and one on the antics of monkeys. Best-known footage shows the return from England of R.P. Paranjpye, Minister of Education in Bombay Presidency, which he exhibited with imported shorts in a tent bioscope in Bombay. Sold equipment to Karandikar of S.N. Patankar’s company and retired from cinema in 1907. Interviewed in Screen, Bombay (30 April 1954). 
     4Aka Save Dada. Almost certainly the first Indian film-maker. Professional still photographer often portrayed as an amateur, but, in fact, a businessman trading in cameras and film equipment on a nationwide basis. Made several shorts, including one on a wrestling match and one on the antics of monkeys. Best-known footage shows the return from England of R.P. Paranjpye, Minister of Education in Bombay Presidency, which he exhibited with imported shorts in a tent bioscope in Bombay. Sold equipment to Karandikar of [[S.N. Patankar]]’s company and retired from cinema in 1907. Interviewed in Screen, Bombay (30 April 1954). 
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    66'''FILMOGRAPHY:''' 1899: The Wrestlers; Man and Monkey; 1901: Landing of Sir M.M. Bhownuggree; Atash Behram; 1902: Sir Wrangler Mr R.P. Paranjpye; 1903: Delhi Durbar of Lord Curzon (all St).