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Bhuvan Lall to speak on entertainment at India International Centre

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Bhuvan Lall to speak on entertainment at India International Centre

Hollywood-based, India-born Media Entrepreneur Bhuvan Lall, President and CEO of LALL Entertainment will be here to deliver a speech at India International Centre in New Delhi on 20th March 2004.

Lall’s lecture, titled, “Global Adventures in Indian Entertainment – will Indian Films and TV be the next sunrise industry after IT,” will dwell on the emerging trend in the Indian Entertainment Industry. The event, scheduled at 6:30 hrs on Saturday, will be chaired by noted Indian filmmaker K. Bikram Singh.

Bhuvan Lall, former Executive Director of Indian Broadcasting Foundation is also the founder and convener of Animation Producers’ Association of India. He is also the youngest member of the International Emmy Council and the longest serving member from India.

A prolific writer on media and entertainment industry issues, Lall is a regular contributory columnist with Hindustan Times and Business Standard. He was invited as a speaker at the recently concluded Media Summit in February in New York and was also invited to address 60 University Professors of USA at NATPE in Las Vegas in January this year.


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