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Amar Ujala Hindi Hain Hum Short Film Competition Gaurav Mishra Shambhav Pandey Shivendra Pratap Singh Navin Agarwal Akshansh Yogeshwar Yashwardhan Goswami

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Amar Ujala’s competition received over a thousand entries, in which the best and best-rated films were selected by a high-level jury based on the criteria of central idea, cinematic language and overall creative impact.

Amar Ujala ‘Hindi Hain Hum’ competition
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Thousands of youth from across the country showcased their art in the Amar Ujala ‘Hindi Hain Hum’ short film competition. Now the results of this competition are out, in which Gaurav Mishra’s film ‘Mathe Ki Bindi’ won the Best Short Film award. Under this, he was selected for an award of five lakh rupees. Apart from Gaurav, the works of five other filmmakers were selected in the category of Best Film. All of them won a prize of Rs 1 lakh each. In this special news, we are introducing you to all the filmmakers. Along with this, information is also being given about his life and education etc. Let us inform that this competition of Amar Ujala had received more than a thousand entries, in which the best and best category films were selected by a high level jury based on the criteria of central idea, cinematic language and overall creative impact.

In the short film competition of Amar Ujala ‘Hindi Hain Hum’, Gaurav Mishra’s film ‘Mathe Ki Bindi’ has been selected under the best category. Under this, Gaurav Mishra won a reward of five lakh rupees. Filmmaker Gaurav Mishra narrates stories through ad and documentary films across the country under the banner of Regmal Films. He studied film direction from Whistling Woods Mumbai. Along with this, in many states from Lucknow, they also run social campaigns in the name of Dana-Pani.

Shambhav Pandey’s film Kitabi Keeda made it to the best category in Amar Ujala’s short film competition under the theme Hindi Hai Hum. Under this, Shambhav won a reward of one lakh rupees. Let us tell you that Shambhav, who belongs to Prayagraj, took his way to Mumbai via Delhi. He first wrote advertisements in the ideation department of an advertising agency. He then went on to become a co-producer at a reputed content studio. Now he is a freelance content creator. Shambhav also has a keen interest in writing, speech and Hindustani classical music.

Shivendra Pratap Singh has also served in the civil service before becoming a filmmaker and writer. He took training in film making from a television institute based in Pune. Shivendra’s debut film ‘The Popcorn’ as a debutant film director was seen and appreciated in more than 42 countries. Shivendra has been honored with many awards till now. Apart from this, he is also working on several projects based in Lucknow and Mumbai. In the short film competition of Amar Ujala Hindi Hain Hum, Shivendra’s film ‘Dhanyawad’ was selected in the best category. He has won a reward of one lakh rupees.

Latitude Yogeshwar originally belongs to Prayagraj and has now traveled till Mumbai. He has made a special mark as a film cinematographer. He also filmed several artistic short films as well as a few feature films, which received substantial appreciation. Apart from this, he has received awards and honors from many art institutes. Latitude Yogeshwar has also filmed and edited many important serials and web series till now. In the short film competition of Amar Ujala ‘Hindi Hain Hum’, Latitude’s film ‘Gaw’ won a prize of Rs 1 lakh by making it to the best category.

Filmmaker Naveen Aggarwal was born in Uttaranchal, but got his education in Rajasthan. After this he worked as a software engineer in America, where he is still working. Actually, since childhood, Naveen was interested in writing and reading Hindi poetry and stories. With the changing times, he is making films and digital narrative images his medium of expression. Naveen’s film Sukoon made it to the best category of the short film competition of Amar Ujala ‘Hindi Hain Hum’ and won a prize of Rs 1 lakh.

Yashvardhan Goswami’s film ‘Mother Tongue’ also made it to the best category of the short film competition of Amar Ujala ‘Hindi Hain Hum’. Along with this, Yashvardhan won a reward of one lakh rupees. Let us tell you that Yashvardhan is a Jaipur and Mumbai based writer and filmmaker. He has made more than 30 short films since his college days. Apart from this, he has also won awards in famous film festivals like Mumbai Film Festival, UK Asian Festival, Qatar Film Festival etc. Yashvardhan Goswami is currently working as a creative director and writer for Disney+ Hotstar.

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Thousands of youth from across the country showcased their art in the Amar Ujala ‘Hindi Hain Hum’ short film competition. Now the results of this competition are out, in which Gaurav Mishra’s film ‘Mathe Ki Bindi’ won the Best Short Film award. Under this, he was selected for an award of five lakh rupees. Apart from Gaurav, the works of five other filmmakers were selected in the category of Best Film. All of them won a prize of Rs 1 lakh each. In this special news, we are introducing you to all the filmmakers. Along with this, information is also being given about his life and education etc. Let us inform that this competition of Amar Ujala had received more than a thousand entries, in which the best and best category films were selected by a high level jury based on the criteria of central idea, cinematic language and overall creative impact.

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