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Discussion Forum : Basic General Knowledge - Section 2 (Q.No. 3)
India's first Technicolor film ____ in the early 1950s was produced by ____
'Jhansi Ki Rani', Sohrab Modi
'Jhansi Ki Rani', Sir Syed Ahmed
'Mirza Ghalib', Sohrab Modi
'Mirza Ghalib', Munshi Premchand
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Nilu said:   1 decade ago
"THE TIGER AND THE FLAME (aka JHANSI KI RANI, 1953) is quite an unusual film, a big-budget historical epic billed in the credits as "India's First Picture in Color by Technicolor," but made with some western help, including noted Hollywood cinematographer Ernest Haller and English film editor Russell Lloyd.

Praveenvasu said:   1 decade ago
Satyawadi Raja Harishchandra is Credited as the first remake in Indian cinema, the film is a remake of the first Indian feature film, Raja Harishchandra.

Sachin bharti said:   1 decade ago
Jhasni ki rani was the first technicolour film which is produced by mirza ghalib the mean of technicolour is which is composed by computerwised colour.

Dhanraj said:   7 years ago
The intertitles used in the film were in the Bengali language as the film was a silent film (talking about "SATYAVADI RAJA HARISHCHANDRA").

Kamal said:   1 decade ago
Sohrab Modi was also well known for his spectacular historical films like Pukar, Sikandar (Alexander - The Great) and Prithvi Vallabh.

Brijesh said:   1 decade ago
First color film was kisan kanya, 1937, directed by Moti.B.Gidwani, produced by ardeshir irani, written by saadat hasan manto.

Ankit kargeti said:   1 decade ago
The first speaking film was "ALAM-ARA".
And the first India film was " SATYAVADI RAJA HARISHCHANDRA".

Luckyrajsinh jadeja said:   1 decade ago

It was the first film of Indian history or bollywood, not the first speaking film.

Vivek said:   1 decade ago
SATYAVADI RAJA HARISHCHANDRA is a first speaking film or first film in Indian history.

Virok Sharma said:   1 decade ago
Sohrab Modi is also famous for his extraordinary films like Pukar and Sikander.

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