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The book describes in brief the 150 years of British administration in Hyderabad-Deccan; the arrival of the British East India company in Hyderabad. The struggle to exist and settle down; disobedience, revolts, rebellions and mutinies against the British in the state; the attack on the British residency in Hyderabad during the great mutiny of 1857. Difficulties of implementing English language in the state administration. Education in the state, opposition to the inception of English language in local schools. Establishing English medium schools. The popularity of English overruling the use Persian and Urdu in education and administration. English dramas, silent movies with English sub-titles. Hollywood movies in the princely state of Hyderabad - Deccan. The publicity of Hollywood movies in Urdu with hand-sketched images by artists and hand written description of the movies by the journalists using lithographic printing methods. British India, Hyderabad state under British. History, English, Persian & Urdu languages, arts , culture and Hollywood movies of the bygone era. Thus wrote Prof. Mythili Anoop in her Foreword: Cinema emerged as a chief means of entertainment for people and assumes an integral place in a community’s way of life. The advent of cinema in Hyderabad, and particularly English cinema along with the East India Company bears testimony to the fact that cultural expressions too traveled and arrived in a land where Urdu had hitherto been the chief means of communication.