Central Excise

By imposing excise duty on certain goods, the Central Government earns revenue. This film underlines the fact that the central excise is not a tax in the real sense but a contribution made by the public for the general good of the nation. The rate of excise duty is kept at the minimal level in case of the cottage industries, co-operative societies, etc. Certain items such as yarn for handlooms, etc. are also exempted from its purview.

A Womens University

A film about Smt. Nathibai Damodar Thakersey (SNDT) Indian Women’s University. This university imparts education exclusively to women. It was Sir Vithaldas Thackersey who donated Rs.1500, 000 ways back in 1920to commemorate the memory of his mother. SNDT was given statutory recognition in 1951. Lady Premleelaben Thackersey was nominated its first Vice Chancellor. This university has now 23 affiliated and conducted colleges, 15 post-graduate and research departments, 3 campuses, over 20,000 students and 600 faculty members. The film includes interviews with students, Vice Chancellor, Dr.

The Crusade

A film to spread awareness among consumers against adulteration, black marketing and rising prices. It informs the viewers’ about the co-operative stores, Grahak Panchayats as also the Consumer Guidance Society of India (CGSI) which was established twelve years ago. Towards consumer protection, Government has also introduced Agmark or the mark of the Indian Standards Institution.

Fanatics (Duragrahi)

The film is probing the causes behind banning of communal organisations such as the RSS, Jamait-e-Islam and Anand Marg. "We are united and we will face all dangers within and without the country. It is my duty to see that nothing is done anywhere in any corner of the world which can cast any reflection on this character of the Indian people," says the late Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi.

You Said It

The role of common man in democracy is the subject matter of the film. The film also enlists the duties and responsibilities of a citizen.


Yakshagana is a rich folk dance-drama of Karnataka in South India. This theatre form is over five centuries old. This film examines the salient features of this art form and its historical background.Yakshagana still continues to entertain people with tales of romance, adventure, intrigue - from the great Hindu epics and legends. Earlier days, the Yakshagana theatre was known as Bhagavatara attar, which revolved round the stories of Lord Krishna and Vishnu.

Thirty Years of Free India

India celebrated its three decades of independence in 1977. It has been a great struggle of nation-building after centuries of slavery.

The Flame Burns Bright (Subhash Chandra Bose)

The Film is on Subhash Chandra Bose, who founded the Indian National Army (INA) or the Azad Hind Fauz , of which he assumed personal command on 25th July, 1943 to fight the British imperialists. Its Supreme Command Headquarters was established at Rangoon.

Space and India

Starting with a symbolic presentation of man's curiosity and his constant search of the mysteries of the unplumbed space, the film presents various scientists connected with the organised space research activities in Indian National Committee for Space Research (INCOSPAR) personally introducing their fields of research activities.

Punjab Mata ( Vidyavati )

Khatkar Kalan, a village in the Punjab where Shahid Bhagat Singh was born. His mother Vidyavati whom every Indian honoured, lived here. The state of Punjab bestowed on her the affectionate title of Punjab Mata (Mother of Punjab). The film shows her last moments and her funeral procession from Delhi to Hussainiwala, where she was cremated.