Meet The Masters - Bollywood Actor Hemant Pandey & Director Manoj Sharma
CREO Valley School of Film & Television, Koramangala

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  • Bollywood actors
  • Film school
  • Interactive session

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CREO Valley School Of Film & Television is introducing a new knowledge sharing series called as “Meet The Masters”. CREO Valley will bring experts from the Film Industry to conduct workshops, conferences and spread the learning with our students

Mr. Hemant Pandey is an Indian film, theatre and television actor, mostly known for his role as Pandeyji in TV series, Office Office (2000). He is also acted as main role in CREO Valley Productions upcoming feature film “A Daughter’s A Daughter's Dream

Mr. Manoj Sharma is an Indian film director, Film writer, screenwriter and Editor in primarily Hindi films. As a film writer and director, he is noted for his movies 'Bin Phere Free Me Ttere', 'Sparsh-the touch', 'Mai ka Bitwa' and 'Swaha: Life Beyond Superstition'

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