The Urdu daily has increased its print run for the edition by 50 per cent and pegged the cover price of the issue at Rs 10 per copy.
The special supplement will trace the story of the largest film industry across a glorious century, right from Raja Harishchandra to Raja Hindustani and Dabangg. The content mix of the issue will trace the beginning of the film industry, the journey through the middle age, the contributions of individuals and institutions and the latest trends and stars.
The issue will have 48 tabloid-sized coloured pages centrally pinned in a magazine format, apart from the regular 14 pages of the main edition, a first for the newspaper. The special supplement has been done only for the Mumbai edition of The Inquilab, which has 11 other editions across India. The daily has also increased the print run of its Mumbai edition by over 50 per cent for the day. The cover price has been increased from Rs 5 to Rs 10 for the issue.
The newspaper has roped in brands such as Navratan Oil (Emami), Green Acres, Krish Arts, Kamdhenu departmental stores, Atlanta Builders and Suvidh, among others, for the issue.
For the record, the 73-year old newspaper claims to reach out to more than 6 lakh readers. It covers international, national and local news, business guidance, women empowerment and related issues, career guidance, films and sports.