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107 years of Raja Harishchandra (03/05/1913). Raja Harishchandra is India’s first full-length feature film by Dadasaheb Phalke with an all-male cast. It was screened for the public at Coronation Cinema in Girgaon, Mumbai. The film was based on the legend of Raja Harishchandra.




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