Harishchandrachi Factory is India’s official entry to the Oscars!

Posted: September 20, 2009 by moifightclub in cast & crew, cinema, Film Festival, Hollywood, News, Regional, songs & videos, Story / Plot / Synopsis
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Harishchandrachi FactoryMarathi film Harishchandrachi Factory is India’s official entry to this year’s Oscars in the Foreign Film Category. The film is directed by Paresh Mokashi who has been doing theatre since last twenty years. Harishchandrachi Factory is Mokashi’s debut film.

The film traces the obstacles and hurdles faced by Dhundiraj Phalke (Dada Saheb Phalke),  also known as the father of Indian cinema,while he was making the first Indian film Raja Harishchandra in 1913. There were 15 other films in the competition including films like New York and Delhi 6. 

Asha Parekh headed the jury of The Film Federation of India (FFI) this year. For more details about the film/director/promos, click on the website link http://harishchandrachifactory.com/ .

And here’s a teaser of the film.

Comments
  1. Surya says:

    All the best Guys…

  2. Pavan says:

    Best wishes to the team behind the movie.. yet to see it though…

  3. Dr. Fu Man Chu says:

    AWESOME MOVIE.

    GREAT CHOICE FOR THE ACADEMY

    GREAT LUCK

  4. sulekha says:

    its indeed a proud moment for each and every indian..all our best wishes are with you guys……:)

  5. Himanshu says:

    The film gives a creative enrichment. Got a chance to attend its NA premier. Have tried to review it on my blog…
    Cheers to Paresh Mokashi and All the best indeed!

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