Raja Harishchandra is a 1913 Indian silent film, directed and produced by Dadasaheb Phalke, and is the first full-length Indian feature film.
The film marked a historic benchmark in the film industry in India. Only one print of the film was made and shown at the Coronation Cinematography.
Kaliya Mardan (1919) | Silent Movie | Indian Classics
Dadasaheb Phalke’s 1919 film Kaliya Mardan (“The Vanquishing of Kaliya”).
The playmates of Krishna are insulted by a female villager who splashes water on them. They take revenge by stealing butter from her house. When they are beaten up by the woman, they again take revenge with the aid of Krishna. He receives a gift of fruit for his help but gives it away. Krishna then enters the room of a wealthy merchant and his wife at night and ties the man’s beard to his wife’s hair. These exploits lead to a large crowd complaining of Krishna’s antics to his foster parents.
Audio composed by Mr. Rahul Ranade for this silent film.