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Paresh mokashi talking about Harishchandra Factory -selected as India's official entry for Oscars! paresh mokashi's interview on starmajha
Marathi film 'Harishchandrachi Factory', Mumbai-based theatre actor-director Paresh Mokashi's debut movie, will be India's official entry for the Oscars.
Mokashi told IANS Sunday that his film has been nominated by the Film Federation of India as the
NDTV.comIndia's Oscar entry: Harishchandra FactoryNDTV.comThe movie is on the making of Raja Harishchandra, India's first full length feature film made in 1913 by the pioneer of Indian cinema Dadasaheb Phalke. ...Harishchandrachi Factory is India's Oscar entryTimes of India'Harishchandrachi Factory' - India's Oscar Entry For Next Yearindia-server.comMarathi film on Phalke is India's Oscar entryIndian ExpressPress Trust of India -Mumbai Mirror -Times of Indiaall 41 news articles »
...Marathi film 'Harishchandrachi factory' bagged the People's Choice Best Film award in the international film festival which concluded here tonight. The film's producer and director Paresh Mokashi was felicitated at a function held in Keshavrao Bhosale Natyagraha...
...film. There are a couple of Hollywood studios who have expressed their wishes too." A source close to the film informed that Harishchandrachi Factory has been made on a budget of Rs3.5 crore and that the film-maker has been contacted by UTV Motion Pictures,...
The film traces the obstacles and hurdles faced by Dhundiraj Phalke (Dada Saheb Phalke) while he was making the first Indian film, Raja Harishchandra. brought to you by Aamhimarathi.in
...making the first attempt in trying to unravel this pioneer is Paresh Mokashi, writer, producer and director of the Harishchandrachi Factory, a Marathi film, which he claims is neither a tear-jerker nor just a nostalgic trip on the great man. "I'm treating...