The series will be streamed on January 20Produced by Vice Studios Productions and created by Vasan Bala, this six-episode reality docu-series takes a first-hand look into the glitz and gaiety of the 90s pulp cinema industry and the independent ecosystem. Starting January 20, all Prime members in India as well as 240 countries and territories around the world will be able to enjoy streaming the documentary-series.
Rakhi Sawant and Arjun Kapoor will also be seen
‘Cinema Marte Dum Tak’ takes the audience behind the scenes with four very passionate film directors of that era – J Neelam, Vinod Talwar, Dilip Gulati and Kishan Shah, who come together for the first time to make films 30 years ago. They are back to make a film using a similar budget and theme. The docu-series will also feature actors like Raza Murad, Mukesh Rishi, Harish Patel and Rakhi Sawant, who will share their thoughts on lesser-known aspects of Indian cinema. The final episode will also see actor Arjun Kapoor as a host.
Vasan Bala said this about the series
The creator of this series Vasan Bala said, ‘Cinema is very special to me till death. I know the actors and creators of the pulp movie industry and the films and worlds they create have always impressed me. That is why I am very happy that this docu-series provided a great opportunity for me to delve deeper into this world as well as understand its emotions and mood. I must say that the entire team has worked hard to bring to the fore the stories of J Neelam, Vinod Talwar, Dilip Gulati and Kishan Shah and their journey of truth and self-respect. It was great working with young and extremely talented people like Disha (Randani), Zulfi and Kulish (Kant Thakur) to direct the episode. He further added, “I am sure viewers will enjoy this glimpse into this lesser-known filmmaking industry and I am glad that through Prime Video, we are taking this era of Indian cinema to a wider audience across the world.” can take.’
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Get ready for the old experience
With ‘Cinema Marte Dum Tak’, get ready to relive the magic of India’s 90s era pulp cinema and the excitement of the fans. Disha Randani, Zulfi and Kulish Kant Thakur play the role of co-directors in this docu-series.
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