What connects Delhi’s Coronation Park to India’s cinematic history?


A few years ago, when Martin Scorsese’s Hugo was released, we developed a new interest in early films. There is a certain charm and innocence in those silent, unnatural movements and more importantly they just made us understand how rapidly films developed as an artistic medium in the next couple of decades. This also made us dig into some of the most neglected eras of India’s cinematic history.

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