History and Birth of Indian Cinema: From Silent Movies to 3D Animation Movies
There could rarely be in any Indian who doesn’t fantasize or get enthralled about Indian Cinema!Indian Cinema, its story, characters, dialogues, songs and dance numbers embed a great impression on our personal life. Almost every person does have an inbuilt fantasy of resembling any movie character! Indian Cinema has crossed its100 years and it has flourished to become the world’s largest movie industry.
Inception of Indian Cinema
Commencement of first Indian Cinema takes back to 1913to the release of Raja Harsihchandra. DadasahebPhalkeis entitled as Father of Indian Cinema who had dared to release first full-length featuresfilm.
This was a silent-filmwhich was recorded to be a commercially successful movie. The most impressive fact of this movie wasDadasahebPhalke was the producer of this movie as well as director, cameraman, writer, editor, make-up man and art director.
Silent era of Indian Cinema
The era of Indian Cinema commenced with this silent feature film and flourished a lot with the technical advancements. Numbers of new production companies had emerged by 1920s but growth of Indian Cinema was not as fast until 1920. Mythological and historical stories had been targeted by the film makers that witnessed great appreciation in Indian Market.
Foundation OfTalkie MoviesAnd The Transformation Of Indian Cinema
Withthe technical improvements, Indian Cinema had taken a turnover and in the year 1931, first talkie movie was ‘Alam Ara’ that put an end to the ‘silent era’of Indian Cinema. This movie was produced by ArdeshirIraniwho was entitled as the father of talkie movie.
This first ever talkie movie had changed the face of Indian Cinema! This was the beginning of the tremendous growth of Indian Cinema. Talkie movies required commanding voice and singing skills apart from looks and with this music had become the defining element of Indian Cinema.The first Indian Colour Cinema is KisanKanya which was released in the year 1937.
Movies of different languages had taken a great part in the growth of Indian Cinema. 1940s was involved in war and political changes which had witnessed downfall of Indian Cinema. The term period of 1940s and 1950s was considered as the Golden era of Indian Cinemawhen numbers of filmmakers had created epic and evergreen movies which still remain unmatched!
1990s- The Golden Era of Indian Cinema
It was the 1990s which was witnessed a new era of Indian Cinema in which the story integratedromantic, actions, thrillers and comedy but until then it Indian Cinema was completely focused on either romantic genre or action movies. Technology had gifted Dolby Digital Sound Effects with advanced special effects.
Digital Impacts on Indian Cinema!
Indian Cinema got digitally versed with the introduction of 2D and 3D impacts in Movies. What we admire currently is the 3D effects with VFX technology! The combination of technical and creative excellence is being admired a lot. 3D techniques and VFX technologyhave become the backbone of Indian Cinema.
Substantial growth of Indian Cinema is not limited within the borders of the country but has gone widely popular overseas!Yes, it is the advancing technology that has allowed us to witness overwhelming Indian Cinemas of various genres!