New Delhi (India), November 16 (ANI / PNN): The production house called on eminent director Ashwin Kaushal Bharti to discuss this short film which focuses on the consequences of the pandemic and the effect it has had on professionals of this generation.
Eram Aftab Faridi is a young and dynamic entrepreneur and actress who has guided and led the next generation of genius in the film industry to new heights. With his production house Erams Entertainment, Eram Faridi seeks to welcome level postmodern performers by creating a launching pad for new talent.
The production house has experienced a meteoric rise after winning the International Feature Short Film Festival award for its brilliantly produced narrative short, “The Last Breath”, directed by established director Ashutosh Singh.
She is also the Managing Director of the international consulting firm Rabiyaa International Consultants Pvt Ltd based in Uttar Pradesh. Eram is also the current executive director of nonprofit organizations; First Feeling Foundation and Uprise India Initiatives, as well as the National Advisory Board Member of the President of the State of Delhi.
Other accolades held by Eram include being a member of the National Consumer Rights & ANTICRIME Bureau. Her philanthropic efforts are evident as National President of Beti Bachao Beti Padhao at the Maa Sheela Devi Trust Mathura. The Indian government’s Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao campaign aims to raise awareness and improve the effectiveness of social programs for young women.
She is also the ambassador of the I-Sign campaign. In addition, Eram is also named the current chief district organizer of the National Congress Party in Northwest Mumbai and Maharashtra Prabhari on the online news portal RN TODAY.
Through his efforts on various police forces, his many humanitarian efforts have been applauded by many layers of society. Now his production house is set to wow audiences again with his groundbreaking short film âMeet Mr. Changâ, written and directed by the talented Ashwin Kaushal Bharti. The film focuses on the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic.
On the planet, once every few centuries, a decisive event occurs that changes the course of human history. The COVID-19 virus has been a global catastrophe that has altered the trajectory of human civilization in multiple ways. These changes, as well as their long-term effects on the global economy, have been enormous, and they will undoubtedly alter our view of society and the way professionals have been affected by this global catastrophe.
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