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Santosh Kumar – Profile

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On September 27, 2009
Santosh Kumar – Profile Pakistan’s first ever romantic film hero Syed Moosa Raza aka Santosh Kumar was born on 25th December, 1925. He graduated from Usmania University Hyderabad Deccan with distinction as it was pre-requisite for higher Govt. Officer Job. While he was waiting for his interview a friend diverted his attention towards films. Since […]
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Cinema and Films – Firsts

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On September 26, 2009
The Great Train Robbery (1903) – First Narrative movie First silent film ever made Roundhay Garden Scene – an 1888 British short film directed by inventor Louis Le Prince. It was recorded at 12 frames per second, runs for approximately two seconds and is the earliest surviving motion picture (Source :- Wikipedia.org) First silent narrative […]

Hum Aik Hain (2004)

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On September 25, 2009

Syed Noor began making 786 almost two years back. This film was completed earlier this year and the title was changed to Hum Aik Hain, as the Censor Board Members did not approve of 786. Syed Noor has

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Doaa al-Karawan (1959)

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On September 25, 2009
Adapted from a novella of the same title by Taha Husayn, The Nightingale’s Prayer tells the story of two poor orphaned sisters from the countryside. The first, sent to work as a servant, is seduced and raped by her master, an affluent young engineer, and subsequently killed by her uncle in an attempt to clear […]

Chingari (1964)

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On September 25, 2009

Chingari has all the qualities in greater measure of its predecessors: a musical score of rare virtuosity, mature craftsmanship, and a high standard of artistic integrity. What makes it stand out stil

Buddha Gujjar (2002)

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On September 25, 2009

Syed Noor has, during the last decade or so, acquired the status of the filmmaker in Pakistan but his critics say his movies seldom defy the ‘formula’. His latest flick, Buddha Gujjar, in

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Amar Jyoti (1936)

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On September 25, 2009
Like many of the Prabhat films directed by V. Shantaram, “Amar Jyoti” or “Immortal Flame” made in 1936, had many news goals to its credit. It had a theme and purpose that were much ahead of its times. In its technique and treatment, it marked another important milestone in the evolution of India Cinema. It […]
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