Campaign India Team
Sep 23, 2008

Nirvana Films gets Ramamurthy

 

Nirvana Films gets Ramamurthy

 

Nirvana Films has appointed Ramamurthy S. (Ram) as a director. He joins Nirvana from Ogilvy & Mather Mumbai, where he was working since last four years.
Prior to Ogilvy, Ram was with Contract Advertising, Mumbai for three years. He joined Contract in 2001.He started his career with Akshar Advertising in Bangalore as a trainee copywriter and then joined Trikaya Grey in 2000 as a junior copywriter
His portfolio includes Neo Sports, Getty Images, Prudential ICICI, Principal Mutual Fund and 7827. Since last one year, Ram has been directing in-house films in Ogilvy. He has directed 20 films and has written copy for about 60 films in his career.
Sneha Iype Varma, executive producer, Nirvana Films said, “Nirvana is thrilled to have on board – Ram, as a director. Ram is a young creative mind, thirsty to do good work and raring to go. Our association with Ram began when we produced the internationally awarded Neo Sports films (Tension Campaign) for him last year. We are happy to give Ram all the support that he needs, as we see in him, the promise of a new generation.”
Said Ram, “It was difficult to confine myself in a cubicle. I met Prakash (Varma) when we were working on the Gas film. They are great professionals and I am looking forward to working with them.”
 

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Campaign India

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