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Know about Dogri cinema
Posted 25 Feb 2017 01:39 PM

(Agencies)

Dogri Cinema or Pahariwood refers to cinema in Dogri language, a language included in the Schedule VIII of the Constitution, spoken primarily in the Jammu region of Jammu and Kashmir state, Northern Punjab, Himachal Pradesh of India and Azad Jammu-Kashmir Area.

The first Dogri language film, a black and white film Gallan Hoyein Beetiyan, was made in 1966 while the first colour film in the language, Maa Ni Mildi directed by Roop Sagar, written and produced by Amit Choudhary was released in August 2010.

In 1999, first tele-film in the language Chanchlo, was directed by Shanker Bhan with screenplay by B. R. Ishara. The film was made for state-run Srinagar-Doordarshan, Now DD KASHIR and received critical acclaim.

- First Dogri film that was released in September, 1966 – Kuldip Kumar’s Gallan Hoyian Beetiyan – was released at Shanker Theatre, Jammu.

- In 2003, Children's Film Society of India (CSFI) produced a docu-drama named Himmat in Dogri language – on bravery of children – it participated in Indian panorama at the IFFI in the same year.

- The first-ever Pahari feature film ‘Lakeer', a venture of the Jammu-based NGO ‘Abhiyaan’,released on Friday, 14 January 2011 at the Hari Theatre, Jammu. The film was Directed by Shiv Dutt Sharma. In 140-minutes of moving dialogues, soulful music and excellent photography, ‘Lakeer’ tells the tale of a woe of a family that is split apart during the 1947-partition.

- Neelam Kumar Phull's Kuggi Maar Duaari was the third Dogri film released on 16 December 2011. Appreciated and honoured the crew and Artists with momento as efforts for promotion of Dogri language and culture by university of Jammu . The movie also recommended by Chief Education officer J&k govt. for school and college - Awarded 9 LOKRANG awards by regional cultural Groups.

- 4th Dogri film Reet Produced and Directed by Pankaj Khajuria was released on 21 September 2012. Gul Gulshan Gulfam was the first bilingual (Dogri and Kashmiri) film, directed by Sarfraz Alvi, was released on 14 December 2012.

Geetiyan is the biggest hit movie of Dogri Cinema, Directed by Raahul Sharma; released on 28 February 2014. Dille Ch Vasya Koi (2011) directed by Sanjeev Rattan received the National Film Award for Best Feature Film In Dogri.

Best Feature Film in Dogri

The National Film Award for Best Feature Film In Dogri is one of the National Film Awards given by Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and Directorate of Film Festivals, India. Till now, it was awarded only at the 59th National Film Awards in 2011 to Dille Ch Vasya Koi (2011) directed by Sanjeev Rattan. As per the Constitution of India, Dogri language is among the languages specified in the Schedule VIII of the Constitution.

List of all Dogri movies

- Gallan Hoyein Beetiyan in September,1966
- Maa Ni Mildi on 13 August 2010 {Yashmi Film Production}
- Kuggi Maar Duaari {Shree T Creations} Produced and directed by Neelam Kumar Phull, released on 16 December 2011.
- Dille Ch Vasya Koi (2011) directed by Sanjeev Rattan
- Reet released on 21 September 2012, {Navrudra Productions} Produced and directed by Pankaj Khajuria
- Gul Gulshan Gulfam was the first bilingual (Dogri and Kashmiri) film, directed by Sarfraz Alvi, was released on 14 December 2012
- Geetiyan - {Bees Carving Directs Productions} Directed by Raahul Sharma; released on 28 February 2014
- Silsile Pyar De - {Tilak Film Production} under Production
- Migi Tere Kanne Pyar Hoi Gaaya - {Yashmi Film Production}under production
- Bhola Bhalla - {Yashmi Film Production} under Production
- Khand Mitthe Log Dogre - {Arjun Mahajan Production} under Production
- Pakhroo - under Production
- Doli - {Jai Maa Productions} under Production

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