Campaign India Team
Nov 24, 2017

Pranav Harihar Sharma quits Rediffusion YR

This was his second stint with the agency

Pranav Harihar Sharma quits Rediffusion YR
Pranav Harihar Sharma has quit Rediffuson Y&R.
 
He had rejoined the agency in August 2015 as an ECD, North and West. Sharma had left Rediffusion in April 2015 to join Grey for a brief stint.  
 
In 2016, Sharma featured in Campaign Asia's '40 Under 40' list of rising stars for 2016. In his citation, he was called a one-man agency because of his ability to write a script, sell it to the client and even direct the shoot. 
 
In a conversation with Campaign India, Sharma confirmed the development and said that he will devote a lot more time to his other passion, film making. The multi-faceted Sharma is reportedly working on a feature film.
 
Pranav was referred by Rediffusion as a multi-faceted, rising star who has done brilliantly well at the Cannes Lions Advertising Festival as well as the Cannes International Film Festival. 
 
In a career spanning over 17 years, Sharma has also worked with DDB Mudra, J. Walter Thompson and Linen Lintas. 
 
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