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Film Production 

We work with a host of talented artists, writers, directors and technicians to produce compelling, immersive and aesthetic films that will best represent your brand and what it stands for. 



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Content Development

Creative Video Production

Visual Direction

Art Direction



Graphic Design

Editorial Campaigns

Still Photography

E-Commerce and Lifestyle Shoots

Product Launch Campaigns

Creative Direction




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Duration: (10 minutes, 40 seconds)


Cast: Vipin Sharma, Manjiri Pupala 


Written & Directed by: Priyanka Banerjee 




In a dinghy corner of a Mumbai ghetto, Daya (meaning: compassion), a restaurant delivery man and his wife, Urmila, a dishwasher for homes, have built a life of simple pleasures with their daughter Aarya. Amongst nosy neighbours and rickety amenities, they create their own little world. It is the only refuge of those suffering a lifelong disparity dealt to them. But, every few days, they exit this world to enter a darker one. Here, they become transactors of the only business available to them: the business of compassion.


Recognition: Official Selection at Indisches Film Festival (German India Film Festival), Stuttgart, Germany, New Delhi International Film Festival, Large Short Films' Short of the Week, Filmbooth Inc Screenings. 


Duration: 18 minutes, 10 seconds

Cast: Rajesh Balwani, Prammod Sanghi, Monal Thaakar, Monica Mahendru, Gillian Pinto


Director: Priyanka Banerjee

Music/Sound: Tushar Lall

Editor: Ritvik Tyagi

Cinematographer: Tuhin Mukherjee



Monica Mahendru, Gillian Pinto

Two best friends faced with the inevitable cliché.

A recently unemployed man and a coloring book.

Moms who became moms too soon.

A father-daughter speaking too much of the truth.

A writer's broken heart choosing between revenge, peace and that third slice of cake.

At 3 pm on a Monday afternoon, a Mumbai coffee shop houses 5 stories. Alienated by the space between tables, they continue in their islands, only to acknowledge one another with the slightest of pauses, a comma. Starring 15 characters in a metropolitan's prime refuge, "Commas" is 18 minutes of strangely relatable humdrum.


Recognition: Official Selection at the 2nd Filmingo Film Festival and White Walls Screenings