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We don't have the archive of many epic films: PK Nair

  13.04.25 10:39am

New Delhi: As the world celebrates 100 years of Indian cinema, veteran archivist PK Nair reveals that there are no prints of India's first talkie 'Alam Ara' made in 1931 or indeed of many epic films made before the 1950s.

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