Sunday, 16 August 2015

Gujarati Cinema to get a boost from GetConnected Program

#GetConnected Program:


#GetConnected App will be launched soon along with the Official launch of Nandita Singgha’s website www.nanditasinggha.com .There will be 2000 children across India at 20 locations who will be selected through this app,Website,Nandita Singgha Official Facebook page and @nsinggha Official Twitter page.The talent selected in age group of 14-18 years will be in various segments like Acting, Singing, Dancing, Choreography, Music Direction, Director Of Photography, Writer, Background Score, Editor, Art Director,  Costume designer, hair styling, make up etc.will get a chance to do English,Hindi,Regional movies in Marathi, Gujarati, Punjabi, Haryanvi, Bengali, Oriya, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malyalam and Bhojpuri.

Nandita Singgha is venturing into Gujarati Cinema to take it to an International level along with 50 Gujarati based known Hindi film makers, Distributors, Exhibitors, Actors, known Theatre personalities.
She firmly beilieves that if she can start business at tender age of 13 years as she was highly inspired by Michael DELL of DELL INC then others can achieve this too.

Each region will have different panelists to finalise with their vast experience having a non biased approach that’s why we kept MOBILE APPs on Android and Apple to track everything properly with no politics at any stage.

All support will be provided directly from her key 20 location offices across India and there is no middleman in between. This is the very first time that such an activity is happening on a global starting from INDIA.

Since the time she has returned from the US, Nandita has been keeping busy a lot these days, with the pre-production work of her directorial ventures. From getting Aamir Khan to read and show interest in her film Mid Dey to speaking to Hrithik Roshan to play the lead role alongside Ben Kingsley in Mega Corp.

Nandita is very eager to promote and nurture new talent and even help regional films better themselves. Not only that she will promote, but is venturing in to make a Gujarati film. She has begun her pre-production work a script for the film called Red, a regional Gujarati film, which would go on the floors very soon. She plans to introduce some new faces to the Gujarati film industry for the upcoming Gujarati film which would be filmed in various picturesque locations throughout Gujarat.

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