“Forgive me Father, for I have sinned” The man’s voice cracked “Tell me, son” Father William was really bored Sundays are long days “I… I’ve… I am a murderer” “WHAT!” Things were suddenly interesting “Who? Who did you murder?” Silence. “You!” The last thing he heard was the deafening sound of a gun going off!
Language – Marathi Genre – Comedy Year of Release – 2009 Running Time – 97 minutes
In the year 1913, Dhundiraj Govind Phalke, popularly known as Dadasaheb Phalke, directed and produced a silent movie called Raja Harishchandra, thus marking the birth of Indian Cinema and making him the Father of Indian Cinema. In 2009, debutant director Paresh Mokash, attempted to recreate the struggles of Phalke to successfully make India’s first movie through another wonderful movie – Harishchandrachi Factory.