Rajni and the glorious past of Indian cinema

Rajni and the glorious past of Indian cinema

Post by vijaykum.. » Fri, 22 Mar 2013 11:20:01


Just learnt that one of the most celebrated banners in
Indian cinema - Ranjit Movietone - is associated with
Rajni, the Jamsaheb of Nawanagar. He encouraged
and provided initial funding for the studio run by
Chandulal Shah. The studio produced a large number
of very successful films in the 1930s and 40s and
Launched several successful careers in filmdom.

http://beetehuedin.blogspot.in/2012/07/biggerthan-sky-ranjit-studio.html

Vijay

 
 
 

Rajni and the glorious past of Indian cinema

Post by vijaykum.. » Fri, 22 Mar 2013 16:11:08

Just learnt that one of the most celebrated banners in
Indian cinema - Ranjit Movietone - is associated with
Ranji, the Jamsaheb of Nawanagar. He encouraged
and provided initial funding for the studio run by
Chandulal Shah. The studio produced a large number
of very successful films in the 1930s and 40s and
Launched several successful careers in filmdom.

http://beetehuedin.blogspot.in/2012/07/biggerthan-sky-ranjit-studio.html

Vijay
(blame the typos in the earlier message on an over-zealous
spell checker)

 
 
 

Rajni and the glorious past of Indian cinema

Post by Mutle » Sun, 24 Mar 2013 02:56:27

Quote:

> Just learnt that one of the most celebrated banners in

> Indian cinema - Ranjit Movietone - is associated with

> Rajni, the Jamsaheb of Nawanagar. He encouraged

> and provided initial funding for the studio run by

> Chandulal Shah. The studio produced a large number

> of very successful films in the 1930s and 40s and

> Launched several successful careers in filmdom.

> http://beetehuedin.blogspot.in/2012/07/biggerthan-sky-ranjit-studio.html

> Vijay

I though the post was about Rajnikanth and his 'iconic' status in Indian cinema.

Rajni or Ranji, they are without doubt bad-ass.