Kundalini Pictures

Naman Ramachandran

Naman began his career as a film critic for the Times of India. He soon moved on to producing television shows, commercials and music videos for channels such as HBO, Cinemax, Nickelodeon, BBC, MTV and Hallmark in India and later Singapore. He then moved to the UK where he worked for the British Film Institute as their resident South Asian cinema expert. This is when he started writing for the prestigious publication Sight & Sound, which he continues to this day. In addition Naman advises film festivals across the globe including Rotterdam, Commonwealth, London and Zurich. Naman co-wrote Opium Royale with director Digvijay Singh. He has several projects he is attached to as screenwriter and director. These include his Directorial feature debut Mauj: The Yoga of Sex, Love and Marriage for Indian actor Suniel Shetty's Popcorn Entertainment, AK for O-HO Bioscope, London, and The Well and Garlic Avenue (in development). Naman holds an MSc in Media Management and a PhD in Cinema from the UK's #1 rated Film & Media department at the University of Stirling.

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