The National Museum of Indian Cinema

The National Museum of Indian Cinema charts everything from the nation’s first film in 1913 to the billion-dollar industry of the modern day

From silent black-and-white films to colourful blockbusters bursting with song and dance, the evolution of Indian cinema is traced by a new museum in the home of Bollywood.

Costing 1.4 billion rupees (Dh72.3 million), India’s first national film museum is spread across a stylish 19th-century bungalow and a modern five-storey glass structure in south Mumbai. Continue reading