Five days ago, the story of the world’s oldest literary masterpiece “Tenchi” became a global sensation.
In India, where “Tenchis” were first published, a crowd of people gathered to watch the movie premiere.
Today, the film has a worldwide appeal.
Here are some of the highlights from this remarkable film.1.
The first English-language film with subtitles In 1925, the first English film was released by the London-based Royal Society for the Suppression of Insanity.
It’s now known as the first film to have subtitles in English.2.
The biggest English-speaking crowd ever in IndiaThis is the largest crowd ever to watch a film in India.
It has surpassed a million people in several countries, including Australia and New Zealand.3.
The only film in Hindi that has not been translatedThe film “The Tale of Genghis Khan” is one of the first films to be translated into English and has since become a cultural phenomenon.
It is now viewed by millions worldwide.4.
One of the most popular films ever in HindiThe “Khan” series of books from the 20th century are translated into Hindi for the first time.
One of the films in this series, “Kishore Khan” (which has been dubbed in English) is now in theatres in more than 60 countries.5.
A world-famous musical in HindiThis was the only film to win an Academy Award in Hindi, and it has been translated into more than 70 languages.
The film “Dasani” (with its famous song, “Sarangi Dasi” (Sarai ki Dasani) from the film “Sleeping with the Enemy”) is also a favourite among children.6.
A new musical in the worldThis film is being performed in over 30 countries across the globe and is being screened for the second time at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London.7.
A classic movie that has been adapted into an animated seriesOne of India’s most popular cinema series is being reimagined as an animated movie.
This film is “Gadaksha” (a name given to a forest), which was first released in 1927.8.
The greatest English-dubbed film everIndia’s most famous English-to-Hindi movie has been dubbed in more languages than any other English-medium film.
“Rudyard Kipling’s” The Jungle Book” (1950) has been subtitled in 18 languages.9.
India’s oldest known filmThe most famous film in Indian history is a milestone film in the history of cinema, as it is India’s oldest film.
The tale of a young boy who grows up to become a famous explorer has been made into a popular movie in India, which is watched by millions of people worldwide.10.
India has the largest cinema collection everIndia has been awarded the second-highest number of cinemas in the entire world.
It holds around 12 million films, the highest in the European Union.