How to become a film boss in India

Posted November 06, 2019 12:09:54With the film industry in India booming, film director Nirmal Yadav and his partner Rajiv Singh have decided to go the extra mile to ensure their business is a success.

Mr Yadav, a former director of the Hindi film industry, is keen to get the film-making industry off the ground in India.

“We want to make sure we’re successful, that we’re doing our job and we’re making movies and we want to see this become a reality,” he said.

The duo started their film-producing company, Rana Films, in 2013 and have already produced four films, with two coming in the top 20 in India’s box office this year.

“I’m a big believer in making movies.

I love making movies, I love what I do,” Mr Yadav said.”

If you’re not making movies right now, if you’re making a movie and you’re just waiting to see what the reaction is going to be, then you can be doing something wrong.

You can’t make a movie right now if you don’t have a plan and you don.”

You can’t just go out and make a film and say ‘oh this is great’, that’s not what I want to do.

“It’s a big challenge to make films right now.

I don’t want to get complacent.

I’m going to make it, because I want the world to see it.”

Rajiv Singh, who was director of Rana’s first film, Shabdah, said his vision for Rana was to create a film that would make people laugh, but also have a strong message of India’s freedom.

“The film will have a message of freedom, of a country that is doing the right thing,” he explained.

“There will be a strong story that India is the greatest country in the world.

I want a film to show how we are.”

The duo have also decided to take the production to the next level with a production company called The World’s Best, which will be looking at how to develop a feature film in India for a possible 2018 release.

“For the past 10 years, we’ve been producing movies in India, and now we want more people to see and hear about our films.

If people want to watch a film, they will be able to do so,” Mr Singh said.

While Rana has a production house and production company in the country, Mr Singh has his own studio.

“At Rana, we do not have a production office.

We have a studio in Bengaluru, we have a team here in Bengalur.

It’s a small team and we do our own thing.

We do a lot of the business ourselves.”

If we have the right story, the audience will respond.””

Our films are really focused on making the story a good one.

If we have the right story, the audience will respond.”

As for Raveena Bose, the founder and CEO of Raveenay, a film-production company that focuses on independent cinema, she has also decided that she would rather focus on her career than film making.

“My main focus is to be a film maker, to work on film making,” she said.

Raveena’s film, a feature-length documentary titled Bose Ghar, was produced in partnership with Mumbai-based film-maker Amit Bose and will be released on October 25.

“Bose Gar is the story of an ordinary Indian woman who is given a lot by her family and then forced to live in an affluent neighbourhood,” Raveene said.

She said her aim is to bring a sense of empowerment and hope for the next generation of filmmakers.

“In this age, where we are living in an era of technology, there is so much more to see.

I am really inspired by RaveENA’s film and am also looking forward to seeing it in the cinema,” Radeena said.

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