Jamjetji Framji Madan Net Worth is
Jamjetji Framji Madan Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018Jamshedji Framji Madan, professionally known as J. F. Madan, (1856–1923) was an Indian theatre and film magnate who was one of the pioneers of film production in India, an early exhibitor, distributor and producer of films and plays. He accumulated his wealth on the Parsi theatre district scene in Bombay in the 1890s where he owned two theatre companies. He moved to Calcutta in 1902 where he founded Elphinstone Bioscope Company, and began producing and exhibiting silent movies including Jyotish Sarkar's Bengal Partition Movement in 1905. He expanded his empire considerably after acquiring rights to Pathé Frères films. He produced Satyavadi Raja Harishchandra in 1917 and Bilwamangal in 1919. Satyavadi Raja Harishchandra was the first feature film to be shot in Calcutta. Elphinstone merged into Madan Theatres Limited in 1919 which brought adapted many of Bengali's most popular literary works to the stage. Madan Theatres was a major force in Indian theatre throughout the 1920s and 1930s.
|Date Of Birth||April 27, 1857|
|Place Of Birth||Bombay, British India|
|Profession||Producer, Production Manager|
|Vasant Prabha||1924||producer - as J.F. Madan|
|Matri Sneha||1923||production manager - as J.F. Madan|