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PRLog (Press Release) - Sep 22, 2011 -

"Film Making is not only an art but it is a business and management exercise" said Dharmesh Darshan Director of super hit films like Raja Hindustani, Dharkan, Lootare, Bewaffa etc while addressing the management students of Asian Business School in Noida. He explained them the process of film making.

"First you have to be manager of your own, then only you can sustain as the member of the team in film making. You have to be punctual, regular, sincere and dedicated whether you are an actor, director or any technician in films" added Sandeep Marwah while introducing the great cinema maker who has given 4th biggest hit of Indian Cinema.

Answering the questions of the students Dharmesh Darshan discussed the cost and the distribution of feature film. He also relate the economic theories of demand and supply and their application in Cinema. Later Dean ABS Prof. Latika Sahani paid vote of thanks.

Asian Business School has now tied up with Oxford Business College, Oxford, United Kingdom for the additional education of students of ABS.

AAFT is the first ten best film schools of the World conducting 40 different media courses from three months to three years and attracting students from 82 countries of the World.

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NOIDA, U.P, India, Republic of (Free-Press-Release.com) September 22, 2011 --

glorious chapter was added to the prestigious Asian Academy of Film and Television when it showcased seven brilliant films of the outgoing students in its 71st digital short films festival at Marwah Studios. Festival inaugurated by famous Bollywood film director Dharmesh Darshan who gives may hit movies like Raja Hindustani, Lootere, Dhadkan, Bewaffaa and many more.

On the occasion Dharmesh Darshan said from a long I am waiting for a good script and now I am doing work on the script. In this institute the training and education given to the students is really remarkable because the practical experience, techniques and latest information about the cinema and media world are really good for the student carrier.

On the occasion Director Marwah Studio Sandeep Marwah Said there is a geometrical progression in the form and content of the films made by the students. That speaks volumes about the quality of the education and training being imparted at this two-decade old institute which is now an established institution.
In this festival the 7 movies made by the students are 'The Ambush made by Kirtiman Singh dealt with greed, power, lust and treachery in the underworld. 'Dad's Blessings' by Abhinav Chhabra, 'Redemption' by Femi Bamigobla, 'Tasveereinā€¦..Zindagi ke Panno se' by Sneha Shreyasi, Medicine by Anwar Ali, Karam Veer Sawhney's "Sometimes it happens " and Dheeraj's "Catch 22". Sandeep Marwah present life time membership of International Film & Television Clube to Dharmesh Darshan.

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