Bollywood’s historical background dates back to 1913 when the quiet Dadasaheb Phalke Raja Harishchandra made his theatrical debut. The rise of cinema has revived the imaginations of individuals and professionals to think honestly about cinema. It was the spoken style of the Bollywood film starring Alam Ara, produced in 1931, followed by the first Indian film in color, called Kisan Kanya.
The period of WW II (1939-1945) corresponds to the upheavals in the development of Indian freedom and henceforth Bollywood films in that period were generally ideal films to please audiences in those troubled times. About Kanya, who broached the questionable topic from a distance, and Shahid, who was exceptionally enthusiastic about him.
Rural poverty and the continued business of a family were accurately portrayed in Mehboob Khan’s Mother India, which came out in 1957. It was at the same time that Guru Dutt and Raj Kapoor made some of their best films and displayed their extraordinary managerial talent and skills. acting in movies. , e.g. Pyaasa, Awara and Shree 420. Mughal Azam (1960) was a celluloid epic that embraced the Mughal period on the Indian screen with extraordinary originality.
Music organizers like OP Nayyar and SD Burman were fascinated the most with their beautiful pieces and artist names like Nargis, Madhubala, Dev Anand, and Ashok Kumar became popular. During the 1950s and 1960s, Muhammad Rafi and Lata Mangeshkar gained recognition across the field as caregivers of artists.
Shammi Kapoor, with his Elvis-like look of him, turned heads in the faltering 60s. The 1970s saw the rise of the grumpy young man, beautifully played by Amitabh Bachchan. The performance category lasted until the mid-1980s, until the arrival of Qayamat se Qayamat Tak in 1988, and touching films have since become popular in Bollywood and are even found in the latest Bollywood films.