V. Shantaram, the legacy of the Royal Lotus
Rupa & Co., Jan 1, 2003 - Motion picture actors and actresses - 128 pages
Read the fascinating story of this legendary filmmaker and also discover many forgotten tales of the history of moving images in India. Some of the most indelible images of Indian cinema came from his sensitive imagination. From the days of the black and while silent films to the advent of sound and color, the films of V Shantaram stood out for their originality and a passionate commitment to human values.
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