[AI] Fw: DVD of a Bollywood film with Audio Description
Dr. Yogesh Sharma
yogesh.sharma569 at gmail.com
Mon Apr 26 12:35:33 EDT 2010
Dear Access Indian friends, I feel Bhawani Bhai is absolutely right in his opinion. To add to the discussion, I feel that films of 50s, 60s, 70s and even to some extent those of 80s have been far more understandable without sight, since they are based more on dialogues than on gestures and facial expression, and music + an interesting storyline are some other + points of these golden films. That is why the original versions of films like Umravjaan and Don etc. have been far more successful and popular even in the sighted audiences as compared to their remakes.
An other interesting fact for all of you! In Punjab, we have had a grate VI film producer, director and visionary in the form of Late Mr. Ajeet Sailani, who produced 2 successful Punjabi films, namely: Shaheed Kartaar Singh Sarabha and Dharti Sadi Ma. Mr. Sailani devoted the rest of his life for VI welfare.
Now, coming to our original topic, I am sure Ma'am Kanchan deserves a hearty gratitude from all of us once again for bringing a very important piece of information to our knowledge, although the list of her obligations towards the whole VI community is too long to be mentioned. .
I would request all friends to share their experiences after visiting the website mentioned by her. Thanks.
With warm regards,
Yours sincerely, Yogesh Sharma.
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