Salutes to Dada Saheb Phalke, The Father of Indian Cinema on his 73rd Death Anniversary!(16-02) Here is a clip of his & Indian cinema’s 1st film Raja Harishchandra. The movie first screened on April 21, 1913 this is India’s first feature-length film. The complete film is no longer available and these are portions of the first and last reels of the original 3700 feet of film. P. S. This movie is out of copyright according to Indian and copyright laws and therefore in the public domain.
I am in namaskaar. I am in gracious acknowledgement. I am in debt of your love and affection. I am in humbled silence. I have in early morn been with the relatives of family. I have given love and affection to him that enriches the highest award for cinema, the Dada Saheb Phalke Award. I am in meeting with those that be one. I am in consonance with him that designs my body. I am adamant to be in shape and exercise. I am guided and checked and put to practice to observe and negotiate that which shall be appropriate. I am in return mode. I am in mode to restructure myself. I am in a must situation. I am in must do, or not do at all, situation. I am in cricket. I am in recognition of every advertisement campaign. I am in the solitude of one that gives with freedom of expression. I am in screams of exultation. I am in silence. I am …. I am ….
I am enamoured by the artistry of those that present. I am in visit discussion with them that await travel to their region. I am in Sunday well wishers. I am also in wonder of them that come each Sunday. I just am ..
I am with affection. I am indeed with them that come to visit. I am in consonance with them that submit. I am with them for sometime, expending all the little I have left in me. I am in bright distance lit torch. I am in walk and in darkness. I am with bright torch. I am in torch to see the darkness. I am in sight of the frog, Lissamphibia, Anura (Ancient Greek an-, without + oura, tail). I am not in knowledge much of this. I am tired of this ‘I am’ ..