After The Seven Years In The Making And Cost Of Around $20 Million, Is The First Indian Film Museum in The Heart Of The Bollywood City, Mumbai. It Can Be Remarked Ass A Gift To The Bollywood Industry Celebrating The 100 Years. The National Museum Of Indian Cinema Was Funded By The Government To Set Up An Elegant 19th Century Heritage Bungalow In South Mumbai, Were The Traces Of Indian Cinema History From The Black And White Silent Era To The Musical Modern Blockbusters. Many Archives Were There But Not A Museum.

India's First Film Museum

National Museum Of Indian Cinema Is Spread Across The Two Floors Of The 6000 Sq. Ft. Building. It Showcases The Original Artifacts, Memorabilia, Recordings And Film Making Tools. The Original Posters Of The "Mother India" Movie Of 1957 Can Be Seen And K. L. Saigal's Songs Can Be Listened. The Idea Is About Including All The Movies Of Various Regions And Languages At One Place, Where Nearly 1500 Movies Per Year Are Produced. But Many Indian Early Films Are Yet Not Preserved. Many Things Are Lost As 1931's The First Talkie Movie "Alam Ara" Was Destroyed In A Fire In 2003. This Museum Makes The Journey Of Indian Cinema.

Location- 👇

  • 4A/186, Govind Jadhaw Society, Kirol, Vidyavihar, Ghatkoper West, Gangawadi, Ghatkopar West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400086.

How To Reach - 🚲

  • Nearest Airport Is Chhatrapati Sivaji International Airport, Mumbai.
  • Nearest Railway Station Is Lokmanya Tilak Terminal Railway Station.
  • Regular Taxi And Auto Services Are Also Available.


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