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Old Bollywood Movie Posters: A Gallery of Fading Art
We now present our coveted collection of old Bollywood movie posters from the 50s, 60s, and 70s! It took us years to hunt some of these posters down. The vintage art of the hand-painted film poster…
Indian films and posters from 1930
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Dress-down Friday: Fearless Nadia
After appearing in vaudeville and circus acts Australian Mary Ann Evans achieved her Indian film breakthrough in 1933 under the name Fearless Nadia, establishing the template of the tough, vengeful…
Various | Fearless Nadia posters
Fearless Nadia’s films, in which she invariably appeared as a righteous, scrappy avenger, were marketed with posters whose colour palette and graphic sophistication expanded over her three-de…
Bollywood - Mother India - Movie Poster
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Title: Amar.Poster released: India, 1954.Film released: India, 1954.Starring: Madhubala, Nimmi, Dilip Kumar.Director: Mehboob Khan.Poster type: Indian lithograph.Dimensions: 31” x 41” / 79 x 104.14cm.Condition: excellent.Code: P0000125AMRINVIP. © Stick No Bills™ (courtesy of The Poster Design Group [UK] Ltd), 35 Church Street, Galle Fort & C / Temple 5, Palma de Mallorca. www.sticknobillsonline.com / email@example.com.
Bollywood Icons: 100 Years of Indian Cinema | National Science and Media Museum
To commemorate the centenary of Indian cinema, we showcased some of Bollywood’s best-known actors and most-loved films.