Producer Santosh Gupta's Made in India film festival has become the talk of the town given its beautiful cause. Santosh Gupta, who's also the founder of Pinnacle celebrity management and Allmighty studios, is proving to be a ray of hope and a source of inspiration for budding talent. Read on to know more about how he is paving the path to the entertainment industry for aspiring artists.
Santosh Gupta launched Made in India Pictures Film Festival with a intent to introduce new talent into the entertainment industry. While the competition in the glamour industry is cut-throat with most of the opportunity being given to artists with a filmy background, it's important for individuals like Santosh Gupta to come forward and introduce new talent to maintain a perfect balance of insiders and outsiders in the industry.
MIIP, which offers a cost-free platform to submit one's films for filmmakers, and actors, is currently one of the best opportunities for new commerce to launch themselves into an industry that can satisfy the artist in them, and give them the break that they deserve. The film festival has a celebrity jury that includes actors like Arjun Bijlani, Yuvika Chaudhary, Sharad Malhotra, Gaurav Bajaj, singer Amit Gupta, Prerna V Arora, Megha Dang, Shubhashini Shah among others.
He says, "I'm thrilled to launch MIIP film festival as this is my way to not just give budding talent a chance in the entertainment industry, but also show my love and respect for true, hardworking artists. India is a country full of talent, and we hope to reach out to every corner of the nation and find the hidden gem of talent and bring them forward so the audience can witness their beautiful work. Being in this industry, I've learnt that Giving is one of the most beautiful feelings, and this is my way to giving back to the industry for all these years of wonderful working experience in this field".
With this short film festival, Santosh Gupta along with others aim to bring forward hidden talent of the nation and give them a fair chance in the industry. The producer would also like to take the second edition up on an international level if everything works out well.