MOVIES"Harishchandrachi Factory" is a complete delight. The film tells the story of Dadasaheb Phalke, often referred to as the father of Indian cinema, and how he came to make the first Indian film in 1913. In a sense, the story in the film is also the story of the film. Its writer-director, Paresh Mokashi, has worked in theater for two decades but never made a film. Indeed the first day he ever spent on a movie set was the day he rolled cameras for "Harishchandrachi Factory." So you have a man discovering cinema making a film about the first man ever to make a film in India. You can readily sense the utter joy both men experience with this new toy.