Wolverhampton, UK covered in snow captured through my brand new DJI Mavic air 2. Shot during my stay in Ramada by Wyndham Park Hall Wolverhampton while shooting for the film “Footprints on Water” over the month of December 2020.
Trailer for 2019 london Indian film festival I made.
The film festival opens on 20th June at picture house Central, with World Premiere of Anubhav Sinha’s hard-hitting Article 15 starring Ayushmann Khurrana and closing night marks the return of Ritesh Batra, the director of The Lunchbox with the premiere of Photograph starring the legendary Nawazuddin Siddiqui.
The film festival celebrates South Asian independent cinema from almost every region in India, and it also hosts Q&As with directors, actors and special guests, including Radhika Apte, Anurag Kashyap, Gurinder Chadha and Richie Mehta the director of Netflix series Delhi Crime.
Make sure you buy your tickets in advance.
Happy Oscars Sunday!
2018 has been a fantastic year marked by megabudget superhero movies, to the littlest of indies.
From the big screen to streaming services, the year was good for cinema.
This year I had an excellent opportunity to produce a series of content for London Critics’ Circle Awards 2019 which was held on Jan. 20. 2019 at London’s Mayfair Hotel.
Here is a sizzle reel that showcases some of the best films of 2018.
It was great fun Editing it. Enjoy!
I haven’t seen all the Oscar nominated films this year including Roma and Vice, but here some of the movies that stood out for me.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
A Star Is Born
What has been your favourite film this year?
Happy Oscars Sunday everyone!
We produced a series of content for London Critics’ Circle Awards 2019 which was held on Jan. 20. 2019 at London’s Mayfair Hotel.
This sizzle reel showcases some of the best films of 2018. Enjoy!
Won’t you come and take me
Won’t you come and take this back
Know that I am waiting
Know that I am way too in on all your while
Give an inch, you’re on your mile
All for you, remain in I
Keep your idol
Won’t you let me be this
I could tell you what you want
I could tell you what you want to feel oh
What you want
Wouldn’t you like that
Wouldn’t you like that baby oh
Wouldn’t you like that?[Interlude]
Wouldn’t you like that? (x4)
(I’m done)[Verse 2]
Won’t you lie?
Know that I’m trying
Never thought that, never been this
Now you want my advice
Now you come in and begging
The hoes that you grabbin the fuck is you trying
And I see that you high
And I fuck with you I
What the fuck is you on
Bitch, I got you in my song
Fuck that, I know you want it
I know I want it
You know I got you
Fuck you mean I’m fucking on it
I’m fucking on em
Fucking on it
Man fuck you mean, I been rolling with my
Fuck that, I been rolling on my own[Outro]
Fuck you mean, I been rolling with my
Fuck that, I been rolling on my own
View of the Suburban Mumbai through Plane on a hazy morning
The Mumbai Suburban district (Marathi: मुंबई उपनगर जिल्हा) is a district of the state of Maharashtra in western India. Its headquarters is in Bandra (Marathi:Vandre). It consists of three administrative subdivisions or tehsils: Kurla, Andheri, and Borivali. The district along with Mumbai City district and other suburban communities make up the metropolis of Mumbai on Salsette Island. The district occupies an area of 369 km².
This is the second smallest district of Maharashtra, and it administratively comes under Konkan Division.
The jurisdiction of Mumbai Suburban District is from Bandra to Dahisar, from Kurla (Chuna Bhatti) to Mulund and from Kurla up to Trombay Creek.
Mumbai Suburban District is one of the largest districts in the country by population. The current population is 9,332,481, according to the 2011 census, making it the fifth most populous district in India (out of 672). The Mithi River is the main river in the district.