Which is first Indian color movie?
First Color Film Made in India was Kisan Kanya in the year 1937, although the trend of colour films began very late. The film was produced by Imperial Film Co and was directed by Moti B. Gidwani. The music of the film was composed by Ram Gopal Pandey. The film had 10 songs, which were released by Gramophone Records. The storyline of the film featured an exploitative landlord and a good peasant Ramu who is accused of murdering the landlord. The film was colored using the Cinecolour process imported by Imperial Film Co. Kisan Kanya had a run time of 137 minutes and its main starcast included Padmadevi, Jillo, Ghulam Mohammed, Nissar, Syed Ahmed, and Gani
A 1918 silent film called "Cupid Angling" was the first color movie in feature-length. "Becky Sharp" (1935) was the first feature-length three-color 'Technicolor' film. The first film to use color was made in 1908 and called "A Visit To The Seaside". It was 8 minutes long. The first full-length movie using color was "The World, The Flesh And The Devil" from 1914. For a fuller answer, Google 'Firsts in the recording of sight and sound'…
The first movie to be shown on TV in color was the British film version of Richard III starring Laurence Olivier. That was shown on March 11th 1956 on NBC. The first Hollywood movie to be shown in color was The Wizard of Oz, on November 3rd 1956, on CBS. This was also the first time an entire Hollywood movie had been broadcast on prime-time American network television.
The below answer is NOT correct. Color in movies weren't invented till 1930 Answer Cupid Angling, a 1918 silent film, is considered to be the world's first full length color movie, As early as 1902, short films were made and the frames hand tinted to create color. From IMDB: The first color movies were shown in 1908, and Hollywood made its first color feature in 1922 (The Toll of the Sea).