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National Museum of Indian Cinema

The National Museum of Indian Cinema (NMIC) at Peddar Road, Mumbai, was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on January 19, 2019. The museum has been built by NBBC (formerly known as the National Buildings Construction Corporation Limited) and is housed in a 19th-century heritage bungalow. The museum traces the journey of Indian cinema, starting from the silent era to the modern-day hits. The museum has four sections— the Children’s Film Studio, Gandhi and Cinema, Technology and Creativity and Indian Cinema and Cinema across India. It houses artefacts from movie sets, editing and recording machines, old cameras, projectors, iconic costumes and never-seen-before photographs of filmmaking in India. The museum of Indian Cinema depicts unknown facts. The museum also has 30-hour-long digitised footage of World War II, which throws light on the sacrifices Indian soldiers made during this war.
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