INDIAN FILMS 1913 TO 1930

Silent/1919/B&W/45 min
Production: Hindustan Cinema Film Co.
Direction, Story, 
Cinematography: D.G. Phalke
Cast: Mandakini Phalke





BornApril 30, 1870
DiedFebruary 16, 1944 (aged 73)
Raja Harishchandra 1913, directed by Dadasaheb Phalke



Raja Harishchandra (1913) 
Satyavadi Raja Harishchandra (1917
Lanka Dahan (1917)
Shri Krishna Janma (1918) 
Kaliya Mardan (1919)
Sairandhri (1920) 
Bhakta Vidur (1921
Nala Damayanti (1921) 
Pati Bhakti (1922) A
Sukanya Savitri (1922)
Veer Abhimanyu (1922)
Savitri Satyavan (1923)
Sinhagad (1923
Bismi Sadi (1924)
Kala Naag (1924
Paap No Fej (1924)
Poona Raided (1924
Prithvi Vallabh (1924)
Sadguni Sushila (1924) 
Sati Padmini (1924)
Sati Sardarba (1924
Baap Kamai (1925
Cinema Ki Rani (1925)
Kulin Kanta (1925)
Lanka Ni Laadi (1925) 
Maharachi Por (1925)
Mojili Mumbai (1925) 
Mumbai Ni Mohini (1925) 
Prem Sanyas (1925) 
Sanam Ni Shodhma (1925
Savkari Pash (1925) 
Veer Kunal (1925)
Bhakta Pralhad (1926/II
Neera (1926) T
Suvarna Kamal (1926)
Telephone Ni Taruni (1926
Bhaneli Bhamini (1927) 
Gamdeni Gori (1927
Janjirne Jankare (1927)
Vande Mataram Ashram (1927)
Devdas (1928) 
Kelor Kirti (1928
Giribala (1929) 
Gopal Krishna (1929) 
Kono Vank? (1929)
Pitru Prem (1929) 
Prapancha Pash (1929) 
Cinema Girl (1930) 
Udaykal (1930)
Alam Ara (1931) A period fantasy that told of the ageing king of Kamarpur, and his two rival queens, Navbahar and Dilbahar, and their rivalry when a fakir predicts that Navbahar will bear the king's heir. Dilbahar unsuccessfully tries to seduce the army chief Adil (Vithal) and vengefully destroys his family, leaving his daughter Alam Ara (Zubeida) to be raised by nomads. Eventually, Alam Ara's nomad friends invade the palace, expose Dilbahar's schemes, release Adil from the dungeon and she marries the prince of the realm.
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