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SaharaOne appoints new PR & Publicity Head

22-June-2005
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SaharaOne appoints new PR & Publicity Head

SaharaOne has appointed Pawan Chawla as new PR and Publicity Head. Chawla has nine years of work experience at SET and five years of active journalism. Chawla will work closely with the marketing heads of Sahara India Entertainment Management Company Limited (SIEMCL) businesses in Mumbai and will be responsible for the success of their PR and Corporate Communications. He will report to Sahara One CEO Shantonu Aditya .

As a Senior Executive Producer at SET India, Chawla has overseen operations of well-known shows like Aahat, CID, Kanyadaan and Henna among others. He also has had stints at Times, Zee while working on Zee Entertainment Guide and B4U Multimedia Limited.

Shantonu Aditya, CEO, SIEMCL, said, “Chawla is an award-winning corporate communications professional with a brilliant track record and brings equally rich experience in television programming. I am sure he will add immense value to all our businesses.”

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