Bombay, April 21 (IANS): Suresh Triveni, the director of “Tumhari Sulu” and Vidya Balan and Shefali Shah-star “Jalsa”, has launched a creative studio and production house “Opening Image” where he will build a strong team of talents from all functions with a clear objective on the development of content covering films and series.
The exciting slate of films and series in development at the newly formed company also includes Suresh’s upcoming directorial endeavors as well as content where he will act as showrunner.
Delighted with the launch of Opening Image, Suresh says, “The idea of Opening Image is to empower talent – writers, filmmakers, technicians. to deliver new, exclusive and original stories tailored to viewers around the world.
He adds, “The vision behind Opening Image is to create disruptive stories and provide a platform for creators, especially young talent, to bring their best to life. I’m thrilled to extend my partnership with Abundantia Entertainment and Vikram at the next level and in them I found the right supports for my vision”.
The creative studio, supported by Abundantia Entertainment, led by Vikram Malhotra, will also host a one-of-a-kind script lab that will allow creators to develop their ideas with the best writers and creative minds to collaborate with.
Vikram Malhotra, Founder and CEO of Abundantia Entertainment, shares, “Abundantia Entertainment believes in the power of stories and the vision of storytellers. This philosophy is strongly demonstrated in all of the work that the Abundantia team has delivered in its young journey. , highlighted by the recent success of Jalsa.”
“Suresh has been a fabulous collaborator and friend and I am proud that we are now taking the next step in our relationship as he launches ‘Opening Image’. I am excited about the promise and potential of Opening Image and I can’t wait for Suresh and the team to tell their brand of stories to the world,” he adds.
Opening Image is set to partner with studios and platforms that share its vision of bringing high-quality stories to screens of all sizes and dimensions and is independent of language and genre.