Campaign India Team
Feb 02, 2023

Shemaroo Entertainment appoints Nishith Varshneya and Abhinav Anand

Also hires Shiza Ansari Khan

From left: Nishith Varshneya, Abhinav Anand and Shiza Ansari Khan
From left: Nishith Varshneya, Abhinav Anand and Shiza Ansari Khan
Shemaroo Entertainment has announced the appointments of Nishith Varshneya as head of international business and India digital syndication, and Abhinav Anand has joined as vice president, digital video business. 
Shiza Ansari Khan has also been appointed as head of human resources. 
Varshneya and Khan will report to Arghya Chakravarty, COO, Shemaroo Entertainment. 
Chakravarty said, "We at Shemaroo Entertainment believe in cultivating an environment of innovation, growth and diversity. Onboarding dynamic professional leaders aligned with our company’s vision will bring in new perspectives that will be critical in propelling our company forward. These appointments signify our commitment to staying at the forefront of this rapidly evolving industry and capitalising on the vast opportunities it presents. I am delighted to welcome Shiza, Nishith and Abhinav to Shemaroo and wish them all the very best in their respective roles.”
In a career spanning over 17 years, Varshneya has also worked with Disney Star, Times OOH and Radio Mirchi, among others. 
Anand has over 12 years of experience and has worked with Ola, Phone Pe and Bajaj Finance, among others. 
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