Gautam Singh is an independent film-maker.
His film ‘India’s Offside Girls’ won Gold medal for direction in 41st Telly Awards, London. This film also won ‘Best Documentary Award’ in Top Shorts (USA) and Jaipur International Film Festival in 2020.
His documentary series ‘Indian Hospital Revisited’ was nominated for British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA). In 2013, one of his films ‘My Sister Laxmi’ won the ‘Award of Merit’ in International Film Awards, Berlin. This also won ‘Best Documentary – Jury’ award in the 4th Bangalore Film Festival.
Gautam’s feature film ‘Gaon – The Village No More’ won ‘Best Feature Film Award’ in Kolkata International Film Festival, Golden Triangles International Film Festival and Jharkhand International Film Festival. This film was also nominated for best feature film award in Auckland Film Festival.
Gautam’s other films are ‘Daughters Of The Brothel’, ‘The Burning City’ and ‘My Own Private Bollywood’. He has been involved with several Bollywood blockbusters as an editor.
Currently, Gautam lives in Doha, Qatar along with his family.
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Is there any way to help the Bangladeshi Girl so she can get home
May some kind of fund that she is taken care of
After this film went on air on Aljazeera, Bangladeshi embassy in india got into action. They took Roma back to Bangladesh. Naseema is in constant touch with her. I am told she has been accepted by her family now. But for any further query or help you can contact Naseema at – email@example.com
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Please feel free to ask anything saif. You can write ma at email@example.com
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Thanks. Let me know if I can be of any help.
i’m barsha…. from west bengal, india. I have read an article about your film, ‘Gaon’, which insist me to write you..
i’m a bengali lit. student, and presently doing a research on a topic, which seems so close to your thoughts in this film.
its good to find someone with whom you can relate…. so am i right this moment.
looking forward for the film… 🙂
Thanks for getting in touch. I am three years late in my reply. My apology!
Hope you’re keeping the same interest and did well with your research. Hope you managed to watch the film by now. It’s on Prime and Jio Cinema. Let me know what you thought about the film.