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Kaushal Nanavati joins Shemaroo Entertainment as VP – International Business

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Kaushal Nanavati joins Shemaroo Entertainment as VP – International Business

Kaushal Nanavati has joined Shemaroo Entertainment as VP – International Business. He will be responsible for driving the business in the International markets and scaling up Shemaroo’s International business on Television and Digital platforms.

Before joining Shemaroo Entertainment, Nanavati was with Disney India as Director – International Distribution and Syndication. He has also worked with several other media companies including UTV, Zee Telefilms etc. Nanavati has an extensive experience of 18 years, of which more than 15 years has been in the television space having handled roles encompassing international channel distribution, content syndication and domestic distribution.

Commenting on Nanavati’s appointment, Jai Maroo, Director, Shemaroo Entertainment said, “We are glad to welcome Kaushal to the family of Shemaroo Entertainment. Shemaroo has a vast and diverse content library, whose demand has been growing phenomenally in the International Markets. Kaushal will lead the team to leverage the opportunity and scale up the business.”


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