Rajasthani Cinema


Rajasthani Cinema

Rajasthani films are films in Rajasthani, mainly watched by people from Rajasthan and other parts of India, where Rajasthani settled-down.

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Overview

First Rajasthani movie "Nazrana" was produced in June 1942, while first genuine Rajasthani film was released in 1961 was "Babasa Ri Ladli" produced by B. K. Adarsh. The latest, 100th Rajasthani film "Odh Li Chunaria" has been produced in the year 2008. There are very less movies in Rajasthani language. During nine years, from 1987 to 1995, 42 Rajasthani films were produced, with an average of 4.7 films per year. But during last eight years from 1996 to 2003, only 17 films were produced, average per year declining to 2.1. Rajasthani film producers encounter difficulties in releasing their films after completing them, apart from lack of finance.[1]

      In 1988 to 1995 a golden time of rajasthani films. Its opening with musical blockbuster film

BAI CHALI SASRIYE . for this blockbuster, rajasthani film industry fully thanks to music director O.P.VYAS. music director O.P.VYAS tuned superb music of RAMKURI JAMKURI , MA MHANE KYU PARNAI, SAT VADI RAJA HARISHCHANDRA, DADOSA RI LALADLI, JOG SANJOG, BAI SA RA JATAN KARO , RAM GHAD RI RAMLI, JATANI ,JIO MHARA LAL, BEENDANI and other films. Some of the producers in Rajasthani Cinema are Bharat Nahata, Bhanu Prakash Rathi, and Ajai Chowdhary, while directors are Mohan Singh Rathor, Bhanu Prakash Rathi. Actress Neelu has been turned as Producer and director with the movie titled "O Jee Re Deewana ... ". Recently Gajendra S. Shrotriya has directed and produced a feature film titled Bhobhar under the banner Harbinger Creations. This film was premiered at 3rd Jaipur International Film Festival, Jaipur and got an overwhelming response from the audience, establishing that audience are still ready for good quality Rajasthani films.

In order to revive Cair Saangri Manoranjan has produced the First period film " Chundri Odhasi Mahro Beer ( Lala Hardaul)" to be release in October, Produced by Mukesh Tak the film is based on an old folklore of Lala Hardaul and is first film with DI & 5.1 sarround sound.

To encourage the Rajsathani movies in Rajasthan total tax holiday for cinemas in towns and cities having less than one lakh of population, had been announced in 2008 budget of Rajasthan Government and Entertainment Tax from had been slashed to 30 percent from 100 percent in 10 years from 1999 to 2008.[2]

Some more facts:

  • First hero of Rajasthani films: Mahipal
  • Hindi film’s prominent actors who acted in Rajasthani films: Rakesh Roshan, Pran, Mehmood, Jagdeep

Sanjay Dutt, madhuri dixit, govinda

Famous films

Babasa Ri Ladli (1961)  • Baba Ramdev (movie) (1963)  • Supattar Binani (1981)  • Veer Tejaji (1982)  • Gangaur (1982)  • Mhari Pyari Chanana (1983)  • Ramu Chanana (1983)  • Doongar Ro Bhed (1985)  • Nanand Bhojai (1985)  • Bai Chali Sasariye (1988)  • Veer Durgadas  • Bawandar (2002)  • Paheli (2005)  • Derani Jethani  • Ramkudi Jhamkudi  • Dharam Bhai (2003)  • Chokhi Aaee Binani (2004)  • O Jee Re Deewana ... (2004)  • Khamma Khamma Veer Teja (2004)  • Laadki (2004)  • Mehndi Rachya Haath  • Preet Na Jaane Reet  • Nanibai Ko Mayro  • Baisa Ra Jatan Karo  • Thari Mhari  • Lichmi Aaee  • Bhomli  • Chanda Thare Chandne  • Beenani  • Dadosa Ri Dadli  • Jiyo Mhara Lal  • Beenani Hove To Isee  • Satwadi Raja Harishchandra  • Wari Jaun Balaji  • Bapujine Chayee Beenani  • Sawan Ri Teej {1984} Dhani Lugaai  • Ramgarh Ri Raamli  • Doodh Ro Karz  • Karma Bai  • Balam Thari Choonari  • Gauri  • Mhari Maa Santoshi  • Maa Mane Kyuon Parnaee  • Chokhi Lage Sasariyo  • Maati Ri Aan  • Suhagan Ro Singar  • Jaatni  • Dev  • Aachyo Jayo Geeglo  • Jai Jeen Mata  • Suhag Ri Mehndi  • Bai Ra Bhag  • Jai Nakoda Bhairav  • Odh Li Chunaria  • Bhobhar (2011) Lala Hardaul(Chundri Odhasi Mahro Beer) September 2011 jog sanjog(1988) dadosa ri ladli (1990)jatani(1991)beendani(1992)beendani vot dewan ne chali(1992) ghar me raj lugaya ko(1992) Beti rajasthan ree(1991)

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