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Bhuvan Lall on board of Maya Entertainment

13-May-2004
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Bhuvan Lall on board of Maya Entertainment

Media entrepreneur Bhuvan Lall, President and CEO, LALL Entertainment, has been elected to the Board of Directors of Maya Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. (MEL). Lall told exchange4media.com, “It is an honour and a rare privilege to be invited to be on the board of a company headed by a living legend of Indian cinema industry, Ketan Mehta.”

MEL is a leading computer animation content creator, as well as a leading producer of visual effects and quality entertainment for film and television in India. Maya's creative vision is sustained by founders Ketan Mehta and actor Deepa Sahi.

A stellar board of directors and co-investors backs MEL’s pursuit of creative excellence. These include Intel Pacific, Enam Financial Securities Pvt. Ltd, and Concept Communications Ltd.

Lall is also the founder and convener of Animation Producers Association of India and the Indian Documentary Forum. He is also the author the animation industry report on training entitled ‘From Superman to Hanuman’.

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