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<p>Poets and Pancakes By Asoka Mitran</p> <p>Asoka MitranAshoka Mitran (born September 22, 1931) is one of the most influential figures in postindependent Tamil literature.</p> <p>Asoka Mitran Asoka Mitran (born September 22, 1931) is one of the most influential figures in post-independent Tamil literature. He began his literary career with the prize winning play "Anbin Parisu", followed by many short stories, novellas and novels. A distinguished essayist and critic, he is the editor of the literary journal "Kanaiyaazhi". He has written over 200 short stories, eight novels, some 15 novellas besides other prose writings. Most of his works have also been translated into English.</p> <p>S.S.VasanS.S.Vasan (1903 1969) was a famous Indian film producer, director, writer, journalist and entrepreneur.</p> <p>Kothamangalam Subbu (1910 - 1974), Padmashri-award winning poet,lyricist,writer,actor and director fromTamilNadu who authored the cult classic Tamil novelThillana Mohanambal, later made into a movie. Subbu functioned as the No.2 of the giant Gemini Studios of Chennai for over three decades and was a close associate of movie mogul SS Vasan who established Gemini Studios in Chennai.</p> <p>Robert Clive Robert Clive, one of the most flamboyant personalities in the history of British India. He was only 19 when he began his career as a clerk for the East India Company at Fort St George in Chennai. Soon tiring of paperwork, he became a soldier and fought many successful battles including the Carnatic Wars, which established the company's rule in South India. Clive was given the Stewardship of Fort St George and later become Governor of Bengal. The wealth he amassed in India led to his trial, in England, on charges of corruption. Clive committed suicide in 1774.</p> <p>The Five Stages of Film ProductionDevelopment Script written and made into a workable plan for a film. Pre-production Preparations for shooting. Cast and crew are hired, locations are selected, and sets are built. Production The raw elements for the final film are recorded. Post-Production Film and sound are edited. Dialogues, music, songs and special effects are added. The film is fully completed ("locked"). Sales and distribution The film is screened for potential buyers (distributors), is picked up by a distributor and reaches its cinema and/or home audience.</p> <p>Movie Projectors</p> <p>CINEMA OF INDIA The cinema of India consists of films produced across India, including centres in Maharashtra, Assam, Karnataka, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, Punjab, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal. Indian films are followed throughout South Asia and the Middle East. As cinema gained popularity in the country as many as 1,000 films in various languages of India came to be produced annually. Expatriates in countries such as the United Kingdom and the United States continue to give rise to international audiences for Indian films. In the 20th century, Indian cinema, along with the American and Chinese film industries, became a global enterprise. Technology has drastically changed the way cinematic content reaches the audience. Indian cinema has found markets in over 90 countries.</p> <p>Movie Cameras</p> <p>Devika Rani (1908-1994) leading star of the 1930s. Studied acting and costume design in Germany. Acted in films like Achut Kanya. Also acted in the first BBC television programme to be broadcast throughout England. Grand-niece of Rabindranath Tagore.</p> <p>Madhubala (19331969). Talented actress and leading star of her times. In August 1952, Theater Arts (USA) reported, Biggest Star in the World (And She s Not in Beverly Hills).</p> <p>Deepika Padukone. Model and movie star. Born January 5, 1986, in Denmark. Studied at Mount Carmel College, Bangalore. Played badminton at state level. Daughter of Prakash Padukone, first Indian to win All England Championship (Badminton). Her family comes from Padukone village in Karnataka.</p> <p>A scene from Raja Harishchandra (1913), first full length feature film made in India.</p> <p>Poster for Raja Harishchandra (1913), first full length feature film made in India.</p> <p>Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi was a famous 1958 Bollywood comedy. The film featured Kishore Kumar, his two brothers, Anoop Kumar and Ashok Kumar, and Madhubala. Kishore Kumar sang many of the songs in the film, along with Asha Bhosle. The music was composed by SD Burman and lyrics were written by Majrooh Sultanpuri. The success of the movie led the brothers to act in another comedy titled Badhti Ka Naam Daadhi .</p> <p>Three Idiots, the highest grossing movie in Indian film history.</p> <p>Satyajit Ray (19211992). One of the great film-makers of the 20th Century. Ray directed thirty-seven films. He was also a fiction writer, publisher, illustrator, graphic designer and film critic. Ray's first film, Pather Panchali (1955), won eleven international prizes, at the Cannes film festival.</p> <p>First movie poster in the world, LArroseur Arrose, 1895 .</p> <p>`When the bugles blow, there's a good show! Reminds us of late afternoon Sunday movies of Doordarshan, this one from Gemini Studio Chandralekha (1948).</p> <p>In 1941, S. S. Vasan bought a studio on Mount Road, Madras, in `court auction' and re-named it Gemini Studio. The studio never made too many films but its powerful logo of 'Gemini Twins' instantly reminds people of old black and white big budget movies.</p> <p>Dharam Dev nand (born 26 September 1923), better known as Dev Anand, is an Indian Bollywood actor, director and film producer. Dev is the second of three brothers who were active in Bollywood. His elder brother Chetan Anand was a film director, as was his younger brother, Vijay Anand. Their sister, Sheel Kanta Kapur, is the mother of renowned Hindi and English film director Shekhar Kapur.</p> <p>Thank you</p>