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Dosto,

Today we are going to introduce you with such a multi-skilled personality, who has not only a journalist but also an Author, Filmologist, Film Director and a great social worker. He is Dr R K Verma. Mr Verma born in Doon Valley in 1939. Apart from this, he has been Director of Utaranchal Film Chamber of Commerce and various other organizations.  He has also been awarded with “Shanti Prappan Sharma Samaj Seva” award

Dr Verma has written various books.  Name of some of his books are as under :-

-   Filmography of Silent Cinema 1913 to 1934
-   Dehradoon Guide (1961)
-   Dehradoon – Mussoorie – Chakrata Guide & Directory  (1693)
-   Journalist Directory (1996)
-   Magic and Mystique of Indian Cinema and Television (1998)
-   Nuskhe Rajneet Ke (2005)
-   Dehradoon Ke Swatantrata Sangraam Ka Itihaas

He has also directed and produced a Hindi Movie called ‘Ritu Aaye, Ritu Jaye”. In this movie Mithun Chakarwarti was the main Hero Role.

It is our privilege that Dr Verma is member of ‘MeraPahad” and we are sure that we will get a lot valuable views / guidance from him.

Regards,

M S Mehta    

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Dhanyavaad Mehta ji is jaankaari ke liye. Hum sabhi Dr. Verma se request karenge ki woh apne baare main aur jaankaari humein pradaan kare.

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BOOK ON SILENT CINEMA RELEASED

    The Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Shri Arun Jaitley released a book ‘Filmography Silent Cinema’ written by Dr. R.K. Verma here today. Speaking on the occasion, the Minister said that the book is like an encyclopedia on silent cinema. It is a rare collection of statistics, data and photographs of silent period. It has a rate piece of work because in the days of silent cinema there were not many ways of preserving the information and records as we have today.

    The book deals with this golden period of Indian Cinema from 1896 to 1934 and chronicles with over 150 rare photographs. As a precursor of modern cinema, the silent cinema’s contribution is path breaking. During the 35 years of silent cinema, a great number of films were made in Calcutta, Bombay, Poona, Nasik, Kolhapur, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Madras by a galaxy of film directors and producers and the screen performers became living legends during their lifetime.
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Meanwhile, Bollywood made it to print in other ways. Notably through Bhawana Somaya's pen. The lady who had created a flutter with her book on Amitabh Bachchan, this time made a more low-profile entry with "Take-25 — Star Insights and Attitudes." Just like R. K. Verma's "Filmography — Silent Cinema" and Encyclopaedia Britannica on Bollywood with Gulzar as a contributor. Incidentally, even seasoned Ismat Chughtai whose acerbic pen gave us "Sone Ki Chudiya" and "Garam Hawa", is now the object of study.


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COVER OF BOOK.
FILMOGRAPHY: Silent Cinema, 1913-1934 by R.K. Verma
Published by Film City Productions. 2000 ISBN 81-7525224-3


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Welcome to rediff.com12 Jan 2005 ... Uttaranchal Film Chamber of Commerce -Dehradun Posted by Dr.R.K.Verma,President Uttaranchal Film Chamber of Commerce-Dehradun on 12-JAN-05 ...
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FILMOGRAPHY

SILENT CINEMA 1913-1934
BY
DR.R.K.VERMA, Filmologist and Film Maker
PRESIDENT : U.P.Film Chamber of Commerce, Uttaranchal Film Chamber of Commerce

THE ONLY PICTORIAL BOOK
ON
HISTORY & FILMOGRAPHY
OF
SILENT INDIAN CINEMA


HISTORY OF INDIAN SILENT CINEMA In India the motion picture era began at the end of 19th century in Bombay and Calcutta at about the same time. Technology then was not yet advanced enough to let the audience hear what their the actors and actresses were saying, but even then the cinema (silent) had its appeal. As a precursor of modern cinema, the silent cinema's contribution is path breaking. During the 35 years of silent cinema, a great number of films were made in Calcutta, Bombay, Poona, Nasik, Kolhapur,Hyderabad, Bangalore and Madras by a galaxy of film directors and producers and, the screen performers became living legends during their life time. Incidentally, the birth of advertising through cinema also took place in this period with the showing of "Jaba Kusum hair Oil" advertisement in 1903. The cinema halls and theatres to show motion pictures were built in the metropolitan cities and major towns of India during this period. The art of film making, directing, acting and cinematography developed at this time and the cumulative experience made the evolution into "Talkies" eminently feasible and successful as an effective communication medium and art form. This book deals with the golden period of Indian Cinema from 1896 to 1934 and chronicles with over 150 rare photographs. The author, Dr. R.K.Verma belongs to one of the rare species of Researchers in Films, Filmologists and Film Historians in the country. His life long commitment combined with abiding interest in the subject and background as a talented journalist and film maker has made him a renowned authority on the subject of Indian Cinema. Dr. Verma's next book, FILMOGRAPHY : TALKIE CINEMA 1931 - 2002 is under compilation and is likely to be released early next year.
IMPORTANT CONTENTS
: # Do You know? # Important Events in the history of Silent Cinema # The Indian Cinematograph Act 1918 # Formation of Censor Board in India # The Evans Report on Indian Cinema 1921 # Censor Boards criticised # Population in India # The Indian Cinematograph Enquiry Committee 1927 # Indian Film Industry at a Glance1928 # Number of Cinemas in India 1913 -1934 # Number of Silent Feature Films produced in India 1913-1934 # Studios in India # Cinemas in India 1927 # Number of Licenses issued to Travelling Cinemas # Indian Feature Films examined by Censor Board # Import of Cine Film in India # Import of Exposed and Raw Film # Film Journals in Silent and Early Talkie Era # Important Film Companies of the Silent Era # Have You Heard ? # Filmography : Silent Cinema # Title Index : Silent Cinema # Title Index : Film Producing Company-wise # Over 150 Rare Photographs of the Producers, Directors, Technicians, Actors & Actresses of the silent era # Bibiliography .

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Verma Ji ka Dehradoon se ek Akhbaar Bhi Nikalta hai jo ki fortnightly hai. Is Akhbaar ka naam hai 1970 Pakshik

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thx mehta jee,
     for Introduce this personality & it is subject to feel proud, mr. verma is our member.

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धन्यवाद मेहता जी,
      इस जानकारी हेतु, डा० वर्मा का परिचय जानकर अपार हर्ष हुआ। इतनी बहुमुखी व्यक्तित्व के धनी व्यक्ति हमारे फोरम के सदस्य भी हैं, यह हमारा सौभाग्य है।
     मेरा डा० वर्मा से अनुरोध है कि वे अपने बारे में अपने श्रीमुख से कुछ जानकारी दें।

 

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