Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of Nandlal Jaswantlal


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  • Nandlal Jaswantlal

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    44Hindi director born in Bardoli, Surat. Son of 
    55Jaswantlal Mehta, administrative officer at 
    6 Kohinoor. Started career as Kohinoor Studio 
    7 employee (1924). Assisted Chandulal Shah 
     6Kohinoor. Started career as [[Kohinoor Studio]] 
     7employee (1924). Assisted [[Chandulal Shah]] 
    88(1926-9) and directed films for Ranjit Studio 
    9 (1929-33). Silent star scenarist Mohanlal Dave 
     9(1929-33). Silent star scenarist [[Mohanlal Dave]] 
    1010apparently joined Ranjit solely to be able to 
    1111work with Jaswantlal. Left to make a tour of 
    12 Europe (1934); then joined Imperial (1934-6) 
    13 where he directed Sulochana in several 
    14 remakes of her own R.S. Choudhury and 
    15 Bhavnani silent hits. Worked briefly in Madras 
     12Europe (1934); then joined [[Imperial Films|Imperial]] (1934-6) 
     13where he directed [[Sulochana]] in several 
     14remakes of her own [[R.S. Choudhury]] and 
     15[[Bhavnani]] silent hits. Worked briefly in Madras 
    1616running a film laboratory (1937), then returned 
    1717to direction. Silent work influenced by 
    1818Gandhian nationalism. Best known for his later 
    19 Filmistan musicals: Anarkali (with Bina Rai 
    20 and music by C. Ramchandra) and Nagin 
    21 (with Vyjayanthimala), one of the biggest 
     19[[Filmistan]] musicals: [[Anarkali]] (with Bina Rai 
     20and music by [[C. Ramchandra]]) and [[Nagin]] 
     21(with [[Vyjayanthimala]]), one of the biggest 
    2222post-Independence musical hits. Admired for 
    2323his sophisticated lighting (with cameraman