Rajnarayan Dube Was The Biggest Financer Of Asia
Under Command of Rajnarayan Dube Bombay Talkies produced & Processed More Than 450 Films, Launched more than 280 legends, Distributed 259 movie's, Built 400 Cinema Hall & Financed more than 700 films. Because of several internal disputes, Bombay Talkies got defunct in 1954.
Rajnarayan Dube's The Bombay Talkies Studios made a splendid come back under command of Girish Ghanshyam Dube, (The Grandson of Pillar of Indian Cinema Rajnarayan Dube) who produced the first patriotic film based on life and times of greatest revolutionary Chandrashekhar Azad, "Rashtraputra" and the first mainstream Sanskrit film of World Cinema, "Aham Brahmasmi".
The Kali Ghat in the city of Kolkata saw the birth of Rajnarayan Dube in 1910 on 10th October. He was an alumni of the first oldest modern educational institution in Asia "Hindu School Kolkata (established in January 20, 1817, by Raja Rammohan Roy and others)".
Rajnarayan Dube's grandfather Brahmadev Dube was one of the closest associates of the greatest revolutionary Chapekar Brothers and a prestigious wrestler of that era. He used to teach the students of Akhada.
His father Seth Badriprasad Dube was one of the prestigious business tycoons Of Kolkata & Mumbai. Rajnarayan Dube started early at a young age of 16. Moving to Bombay was the first step of his journey.
In Bombay where his father Seth Badriprasad Dube, a business tycoon who had a running business of financial services got great help with his joining. After starting young Rajnarayan Dube with the guidance of his father went on to establish Dube Industries in 1929. It had a diverse portfolio of Construction, Finance and Share Market.