MOVIE OF THE WEEK: RAJHATH

MOVIE OF THE WEEK: RAJHATH By Dharma Kirthi 14 hrs · Edited BANNER: MINERVA MOVIETONE PRODUCED AND DIRECTED BY: SOHRAB MODI CAST: SOHRAB MODI, MADHUBALA, PRADEEP KUMAR & ULHAS LYRICS: SHAILENDRA & HASRAT JAIPURI ———————————————————————————————- Rajhath, means means a Royal oath; actually English lexicon does not have a precise word for “Hatt” which, literally means a stubbornness. This movie is more about a combination of both. The backdrop is based on some kingdom in Rajasthan, where, a huge premium was placed on “value of word”, which is derived from the famous words from the Ramayan of Tulsidas; Raghukul Reet Sada … Continue reading MOVIE OF THE WEEK: RAJHATH

RAJHATH (1956) is all about a long-standing feud between two Kings that inches closer to battle —

 by : Shri Venkataraman G Cinema of the Week: RAJHATH (1956)-(ROYAL OBSTINACY) Royal Espionage: In order to protect their territory and for the purpose of expanding their dominions, the Kings of Ancient and Medieval India, were continually engaged in wars. At the same time the Kings were also trained to be excellent Administrators. To this end, they appointed many officials at all levels. who were loyal and efficient. Important among these were the SPIES who contributed to the safety and security of the Kingdom. The chief responsibility of these Spies was to travel, sometimes under disguise, to neighbouring Kingdoms to … Continue reading RAJHATH (1956) is all about a long-standing feud between two Kings that inches closer to battle —

SCIENCE OF ONE ERA MAY BE THE SUPERSTITION OF ANOTHER

Cinema of the Week-PATRANI (1956) (Chief Queen) By Venkata Raman G 15 hrs Science v/s Superstition in Hindi Movies. “SCIENCE OF ONE ERA MAY BE THE SUPERSTITION OF ANOTHER”. ASTROLOGY was once considered Science but is now regarded by Astronomy as Superstition. INFERTILITY was considered a Stigma but it is now considered pure Science. TAN or Dark Skin Colour was Scoffed at but is now considered as Racism. Science: Ultraviolet Radiation (UVR) from sunlight affects everybody’s skin to some extent, but the skin’s response varies widely from person to person. Peoples’ sensitivity to the sun varies according to the amount … Continue reading SCIENCE OF ONE ERA MAY BE THE SUPERSTITION OF ANOTHER