The Indian Motion Picture Producers’ Association, popularly know as IMPPA, is the first and the only internationally recognised oldest association of the Indian Film production sector. It is the original mother organisation and all other associations which exist now are the offshoots of IMPPA.

It was in 1937 when a small seed was sown by the admirable Khan Bahadur Ardeshir M. Irani, who made the first Indian Talkie film ALAM ARA. The seed was generously watered and tended to by many through its developing stages by which the small seed has today grown into a monumental and big tree that benefits over 16,000 member-producers and through IMPPA, thousands more who help keep the wheels of the entertainment industry rolling.

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