Anup Singh is a renowned film director. He was born on March 14, 1961, in Dar-Es-Salaam, Tanzania, East Africa. The Geneva-based filmmaker was raised in a Sikh family of Punjab. He studied at Bombay University and took up literature and Philosophy and later attended the Film and TV Institute of India, Pune. He helmed films for Indian TV and became a consultant for BBC2. He also penned film reviews for the differently specialized press.

His first feature-length film entitled Ekti Nadir Naam (The Name of a River) was chosen in 30 film festivals worldwide and bagged several awards. His next film, QISSA – The Tale of a Lonely Ghost, is a critically acclaimed film, premiered at Toronto in the year 2013. QISSA has received many awards including Best Asian Film by Netpac, Best Actress Award at Abu Dhabi FF, and the Silver Gateway Award at the Mumbai FF. In 2017, he directed the Hindi drama film, The Song of Scorpions, which features Irrfan Khan, Golshifteh Farahani, Waheeda Rehman, and Shashank Arora. The film was featured at the 70th Locarno Film Festival in Switzerland in August 2017.

Pushpa Rawat Hindi Actress

Pushpa Rawat

She was born on 11th August 1987 and hails from Almora, Uttarakhand. She currently lives in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh. She has lately finished her MA in Philosophy, but her heart has been in cinematography ever since she joined a workplace by Anupama Srinivasan at the National Bal Bhawan a few years back. That initial encounter with film drew her in, and she continued to adore the sensation of discovering the world through the lens. She has been operating as a freelance photographer for the past couple of years. She was one of the cinematographers of the 2007 short movie Kyon, a group plan disclosed at many film festivals and studios. Biopics have a life expectancy of their own. A top-notch biopic with an eternal subject and good creation value can traverse the screening trip for years after it has concluded. One such movie is Nirnay, directed by Pushpa Rawat in cooperation with Anupama Srinivasan and produced by the Public Service Broadcasting Trust. Two years later, the 56-minute observational biopic keeps reappearing, occasionally to pick up prizes it won the Most Groundbreaking Film award at the Mumbai Worldwide Film Festive previously this year.Sometimes as part of the conditioning(it broadcasted at the Dharamshala WorldwideFilm Festival that will start from 30 October to 2 November). The movie entirely filmed by Rawat, a first-time cinematographer. It begins its storyline design and intents correctly from the outset by starting with an agonizing episode out of Rawat’s days. Her incapability to wed the man of her pick, Sunil, because they hail from different castes. The last individual is her dad, who replies to her courageous line of questioning with worrying abruptness. Srinivasan, who has co-directed gives the credit to Nirnay, working personally with Rawat while she was filming her chats and impersonations. They discussed the tape Rawat was seizing in her camera and determined which bits of the 40 hours on tape to incorporate into the concluding mix. Rawat’s proofreading needed to encapsulate a strong sense of her private life, and about the lives of the other folks, she was shooting. In the procedure, some discussions had to be thrown away, such as conferences Rawat conducted with numerous men on the same matters she explored with the female individuals. As they progressed closer to the correcting, they learned what is it the film wanted to express. The most rudimentary tool of biography the interview has been given a bizarre twist because of the character of the person asking the queries with the persons highlighted in the film.