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Preet Bedi quits as Percept Picture Company CEO

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Preet Bedi quits as Percept Picture Company CEO

Preet Bedi has put in his papers as CEO at Percept Picture Company (PPC). Though Bedi couldn’t be contacted for comments at the time of filing this report, a release issued by Percept Picture Company said that Bedi would be stepping down with immediate effect citing personal obligations as his reason for leaving. Sources close to the development have informed that the Board of Directors had accepted Bedi’s resignation.

PPC will be announcing a replacement for Bedi shortly.

Bedi had joined Percept in January 2007 and was responsible for the Feature Films, Ad Films & Live Events, Television Software and Distribution divisions at PPC.


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