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vishal saxena says Raja Deen Dayal (1844-1905) was a legendary Indian photographer. In 1894, he was appointed court photographer to the royal family of Hyderabad.
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In this picture taken in 1899, the King of Hyderabad Nizam Mahbub Ali Khan and his party pose with tiger skins.

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MYB-3047 did you know it? Gabbar holds a Smith and Wesson MP revolver Gabbar plays 'Russian roulette' with one of his men who failed the mission. Thakur fires his revolver. A short ejector rod under the barrel matches a Colt model. The couple married in 1973 after which Jaya stopped doing films altogether. Imam Sahab is No More - R.I.P Avtar Kishan Hangal, 95

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The entrance to a famous fort in the northern Indian city of Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh state, taken in 1878. Ardeshir Irani's Alam Ara, released on 14 March 1931 at Bombay's Majestic Cinema, was India's first talking film or film with sound. Today, it is believed that no copy of the movie survives. The first kiss in an Indian film was in 1929 when Seeta Devi and Charu Roy locked lips in the silent film, Throw of Dice. Indian cinema began 100 years ago when Dhundiraj Govind Phalke's black-and-white silent film Raja Harischandra was screened in Mumbai on 3 May, 1913. Over the course of his remarkable career, Deen Dayal opened studios in Indian cities, employing over 50 photographers and assistants. The entrance to a famous fort in the northern Indian city of Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh state, taken in 1878.