Ninety years ago, the first ‘All-Living, Breathing, 100 per cent talking’ movie, Alam Ara, released in India. But adding sound to films didn’t just bring them alive, it changed every aspect of movie-making. Catch the story of India’s celluloid sound revolution in this edition of Milestones...
They chose death, torture and abuse rather than yield to the colonial British. These were the Khudai Khidmatgars of the North West Frontier Province. Catch the story of a movement at the forefront of India’s freedom struggle and its fearless leader, ‘Frontier Gandhi’
The Bengal Famine of 1943 took the lives of 3 million Indians yet, very cleverly, it was never declared a ‘famine’ by the colonial British. Still, this milestone in history was calamity caused by the war-time policies of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill
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