I have been a thorough enthusiast of movies ever since his schooling days. Movies would make me crazy and I could go any extent to watch a film. Lucky to have been bought up near Filmcity in Goregaon (E), Mumbai, I have often hurt myself trying to get a glimpse of film shooting and witness the actors perform in front of the camera.
Despite having worked in the IT industry as a technical writer and a creative content writer, my quest for movies never really quenched. The longer it took me to make a film some day or even be a part of film making process, the deeper I craved to make it happen some day.
However, I never gave up. And finally a day dawned when I was called by a budding film-maker (Achyut Narayana) to be a part of his team. Till then, I was only aware of the jargon and the nuances of film making in theory. To use that know-how into actual film making process had finally chanced upon me.
  • (2015): We made our first Marathi short film, Ardhaviram, for which I worked as the Production Manager and as an Assistant Director. Ardhaviram won the Best Film Award at the prestigious PCMC Film Festival (2015), and was also an Official Selection for the Pune Short Film Festival (2015).
  • (2016): Our second Marathi short film, Return Gift, for which I worked as an Executive Producer and as an Assistant DirectorReturn Gift won the Best Story Award at the Goa Film Festival (2016), and was graced with Official Screening at the Toronto Film Festival (Canada).
  • (2016): Dhuaa, our third bi-lingual short film, a noir film, shot in monotone was completed in 2016. I worked as a Production Manager and as a Dialog Writer. Dhuaa was Officially Screened at the Nashik Film Festival.
Having made 3 short films by 2016, later I was actively involved assisting the team of Vegli Vaat for the pre-production and story writing activities. Vegli Vaat is a Marathi feature film that released in February 2020.

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