Thursday, November 13, 2014

Lalita

Lalita
1949 - 2nd Odia movie


Odissi Dance in Odia Films - Including a Rare Dance in Lalita (1949)! Posted by Labels: 

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Nov 28, 2013 - I must start this post immediately with a startling find—a 25-second clip of "Odissi" dance from Lalita (1949), the second Odia-language film ever ...

Sabitri in Odia movies – Today and Tomorrow | Blog

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May 19, 2012 - The second odia movie is the 1949 released 'Lalita'. It is the love story of Bidyapati and Lalita revolving around the Nilamadhava or Lord  ...

Orissa: Mytholgy ends in Ollywood - Orissa Diary

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Oct 6, 2011 - After a gap of 15 years the second Oriya film Lalita was released in 1949 and was followed by Sri Jagannath in 1 950, Though, both the films  ...

Lalita (1949 film) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Lalita(Oriya: ଲଳିତା) is a 1949 Indian folk fore Oriya film directed by Kalyan Gupta.































Lalita(oriya film) | Online references | cyclopaedia.net

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References for "Lalita(oriya film)" online, at universities and in literature... ... and Second Oriya Film 1950 Saptasajya Kalyan Gupta Byomakesh Tripathy,  ...

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Kala Vikash Kendra, Cuttack, 1972
Do they not for a moment imagine how costly it is for an Oriya enterpreneur who takes to films production either to carry ... in 1948 that the Great Eastern Movietone produced a mythological film 'Lalita' which was also very much unprofitable.


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