Amrit Manthan (1934)

 ●  Marathi ● 2 hrs 35 mins

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Avanti Nagar's people worship Devi Maa Chandika and sacrifice humans and animals to make her happy. When Raja Krantivarma bans this sacrifice, his very own Rajguru rebels.

Cast: Chandramohan, Nalini Tarkhad

Crew: Rajaram Vankudre Shantaram (Director), Keshavrao Bhole (Music Director)

Genres: Drama

Release Dates: 01 Jan 1934 (India)

Marathi Name: अमृत मंथन

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Did you know? This film made history in the Indian cinema as the director, V Shantaram was the first to use the telephoto lens for extreme close-ups of actor Chandra Mohan's eyes. Read More
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as High Priest
as Rajkumari / Rani Mohini
Supporting Actress

Direction

Music

Music Director
Lyricist
Playback Singer
Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
Marathi
Colour Info:
Black & White
Sound Mix:
Mono
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Stereoscopy:
No
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Music Director: Keshavrao Bhole
Playback Singer: Shanta Apte
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Music Director: Keshavrao Bhole
Playback Singer: Shanta Apte
Trivia:
This is the first Hindi talkie which successfully ran for 29 weeks at Krishna Talkies, Bombay, completing its silver jubilee.

This film made history in the Indian cinema as the director, V Shantaram was the first to use the telephoto lens for extreme close-ups of actor Chandra Mohan's eyes.
Movie Connection(s):
Featured in: Celluloid Man (English)