Gold Reel Productions Enter Bollywood with “Identity”

Another aspiring film-makers showing importance for Short Films , and They starting with “Identity” (20 Mins short film) which has already won Awards at Film Festivals. Further they even looking out for Web Series , to go more Digitally.

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Satish Kaushik, Ejas Khan withy Cast and Crew of IDENTITY

To Throw Lights at Launch , were Attended by Veteran Bollywood Personalties like Satish Kaushik, Jayantilal Gadawala, Ejas Khan,and many more.

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IDENTITY Poster – Directed By Ankit Aditya

Identity on You Tube Worldwide

HISTORY OF INDIAN CINEMA | GLORIOUS 100 YEARS OF INDIAN CINEMA

Dadasaheb phalke

The Indian film industry is the largest in the world (1200 movies were released in the year 2002)[citation needed]. India also features the cheapest cost of tickets in the world (the average ticket cost only 20 US cents), and the biggest movie studio in the world, Ramoji Film City [citation needed]. The industry is supported mainly by the vast cinemagoing Indian public, although Indian films have been gaining increasing popularity in the rest of the world — especially  in countries with large numbers of expatriate Indians.

Regional film industries

A cinema hall in Delhi India is a large country where many languages are spoken. Each of the larger languages supports its own film industry: Urdu/Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam

Art cinema

First women composer--- Sarasvati DeviIn addition to commercial cinema, there is also Indian cinema that aspires to seriousness or art. This is known to film critics as “New Indian Cinema” or sometimes “the Indian New Wave” (see the Encyclopedia of Indian Cinema), but most people in India simply call such films “art films”.

From the 1960s through the 1980s, the art film was usually government-subsidised:  aspiring directors could get federal or state government grants to produce non-commercial films on Indian themes. Many of these directors were graduates
of the government-supported Film and Television Institute of India. Their films were showcased at government film festivals and on the government-run TV station, Doordarshan. These films also had limited runs in art house theatres in India and overseas. Since the 1980s, Indian art cinema has to a great extent lost its government patronage. Today, it must be made as independent films on a shoestring budget by aspiring auteurs, much as in today’s Western film industry.

The art directors of this period owed more to foreign influences, such as Italian Neo-Realism or the French New Wave, than they did to the genre conventions of  commercial Indian cinema. The best known New Cinema directors were Bengali: Satyajit Ray, Ritwik Ghatak, and Bimal Roy. Some well-known films of this movement include the Apu Trilogy by Ray (Bengali), Meghe Dhaka Tara by Ghatak (Bengali) and Do Bigha Zameen by Roy (Hindi).

Art cinema was also well-supported in the state of Kerala. Malayalam movie makers like Adoor Gopalakrishnan, G. Aravindan, T. V. Chandran, Shaji N Karun, and M. T. Vasudevan Nair were fairly successful. Starting the 1970s, Kannada film-makers from Karnataka state produced a string of serious, low-budget films. Girish Kasaravalli is one of the few directors from that period who continues to make non-commercial
films.

Alam AraBirth of Indian Cinema

In the year 1896, Dadasaheb Phalke just noticed Pea plant growing , and made the First ever Documentary “Birth of a Pea Plant”. Then Dadasaheb went to London to gain further knowledge and to screen “Birth of a Pea Plant”.On seeing , he was invited by Hollywood to Direct for them. Dadasaheb clearly mentioned that I will make only Indian films, for my country and returned with camera . So made a Silent Film Raja Harishchandra , which gave Birth to Indian Cinema Released on 3rd May 1913. In this film , male actors only played Females .

Then Dadaji thought , now its time to give Female Actor to Industry and so made Mohini Bahamasur and Introduced forst ever Actress to Indian Film Industry,

Now , It was the time to give sound to Indian Film Industry so he started researching on Sound and Created Bombay Talkies Studio. Under Bombay Talkies, First Talkie Film ALAM ARA – Directed by Ardeshar Irani was released in 1931.

The Film ALAM ARA starred Prithviraj Kapoor, Zubeida

And Then Journey of Indian Film Industry began and till date has more then 80000 Released films

Dum Laga Ke Haisha (2015) Review | ( इसमें पूरा है दम, चाहे जितना ज़ोर लगालो – छूटेगा नहीे ।)

Review By Priyanka Raina

Directed By : Sharat Katariya

Produced By : Maneesh Sharma

Banner : YRF FILMS
Cast:
Ayushmann Khurrana…. Prem Prakash Tiwari
Bhumi Pednekar…. Sandhya
Kumar Sanu…. Cameo
Sanjay Mishra…. Prem’s Father
Alka Amin…. Shashi Tiwari
Sheeba Chaddha…. Nain Tara
Seema Pahwa…. Subhadra Rani
Sanjeeva Vatsa…. Madan Pal Verma
Shardul Rana…. Samar Verma
Chandrachoor Rai…. Nirmal Naautiyal
Shrikant Verma…. Shakha Babu
Mahesh Sharma…. Vijay Kumar
( इसमें पूरा है दम, चाहे जितना ज़ोर लगालो – छूटेगा नहीे ।)
Dun Laga ke Haisha
When ever a Film had come on   70s Generation  like Om Shanti Om , it has appreciated by its Masses due to its sweetness and Melodious Track Of Rafi ji and Panchim Da which was one of the key points of Early 70s. Now Lets see How Melodious will Kumar Shanu add to its Mid 90s , which was on all Top charts of that Era,
A Film based on a Twenty Five Year old Guy who was about to get married in year 1995 to a Fat women , arranged by his parents on the Outskirts of Haryana. Two Families come together to tie a knot and   Prem Prakash Tiwari (Ayushmann Khurrana)  Son of  (Sanjay Mishra) is married to Sandha (Bhumi Pednekar).
Now Prem Prakash Tiwari is a Tenth Standard Drop out and has least interest in studies. He always Sits and does DJ in Dad’s Shop , where you can see collection of Cassettes of 90s Era. When Prem saw Sandhya first time , He fully disagreed that she s so Fat and not beautiful and how can I walk on streets with her. Forced By his parents , He had to marry her and then Fights which turned  into an Love after winning Contest Dum Laga Ke Haisha which was organised  by Locals , where Husband has to lift his wife and Run.
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Director Sharat Katariya had described Movie Dum Laga Ke Haisha  as Sweet melodious combo of Arranged Marriage , turning into Love which generally happens in Rural areas and also in Suburbs , Because its our Culture to respect our Elders so by killing our Choice we decide to Marry our Parents’s choice – And According to Polls Arrange Marriages are the one which are Most successful then Love marriages . Based on this thought is our movie Dum Laga Ke Haisha
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Also its in History of Indian Cinema when ever a Film is Attached to its Roots like Dabangg which had flavours of Village “Gaon ki Mitti” and had created Magic on Box Office. Dum Laga Ke Haisha has flavours of 90s which was indeed on of the most beautiful era as a part of our Childhood – Which had seen invention of Pager , Cassettes which do not survive any more, Invention of Black & White TV to Color Tv, Video Games, and many more
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The Movie can also give you a feel of your Childhood Apart , Dum Laga Ke Haisha includes songs of 90s of Kumar Shanu , Sadhna Sargam , Alka Yagnik which adds sweetness to its flavour.
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Characterisation : For the First Time , I feel Ayushmann Khurrana has established as an actor. I could feel while watching film that its not Ayushmaan am watching But its PREM in front of me. Bhumi Pednekar is utterly good in her Deglam role of a Fat Wife and proves that you need not be Slim and Beautiful to get Marry.
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Review : The Movie has all the DUM and Entertainment that can be beautifully define the meaning of Arrange Marriage that you need not be as beautiful to fall in Love. It can  also be your Inner beauty. Also the Film adds Beautiful Change to YRF Films of trying something different , the Films which they known for making so far.
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Ratings : ★★★★ Stars to the film

Watch Dum Laga Ke Haisha Trailer