Campaign India Team
Feb 08, 2011

Bang Bang Films appoints Payal Arora as associate producer

Arora started her career with Nirvana Films working with Prakash Varma

Bang Bang Films appoints Payal Arora as associate producer

Bang Bang Films has announced the appointment of Payal Arora as associate producer at the company. A post graduate of Bangalore University and equipped with a degree in media studies, she has spent seven years in the commercials and film production industry as assistant director, line producer and now producer. 

Roopak Saluja, co-founder and managing director, Bang Bang Films, said, "Payal worked with us on several projects as a part of our line production team and showed great potential and initiative. Her well-rounded experience of the creative and production process will greatly help her meet the complex challenges faced by producers at Bang Bang."

She started her career with Nirvana Films working with Prakash Varma and later moved on to work with Brown Skins with Bardroy Baretto and Anjan Prakash. She has worked with reputed directors like Rajesh Krishnan, Ravi Udyawar, Ashim Ahluwalia and several other international Cannes winners as well.

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