This historic, devotional movie delves into the life of Pundalik, one of India's great Hindu Bhakthi saints, a master of Kundalini Yoga who is credited to have brought Lord Vithoba to Pandharpur and founded the Varkari sect.
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The negatives of this movie were sent overseas for processing by Dadasaheb Torne. It was about 1,500 feet or about 22 minutes long. The film had a shooting script, was shot with a camera, and its negatives were sent to London for processing. Positives were produced and finally released at Coronation Cinematograph, Girgaum. The film ran for two weeks. Read More