A documentary filmmaker, journalist and news manager with 20 years experience across forty countries and proven ability to meet the pressing needs of global media companies in war zones and countries affected by crisis and natural disasters.
Produced WEvolve, a global campaign by World Bank in the year 2015, bringing men and women together to end inequality using the power of art and media to inspire action and change.
In 2015, produced The Little Master, a TV documentary revolving around Sachin Tendulkars final shot on his home turf, The Cricket World Cup, 2011.
Produced a documentary The Serial Killer, filmed in the Northern District of Moradabad, capturing the prodigious and mersmerising man eater, The Bengal Tigress who killed more than 10 humans in the surrounding areas in 2014.
In the year 2010, produced and fronted Targeting the Taliban, the documentary that brought a slice of the frontline action of the Pakistani Armed forces battling the Taliban in the treacherous terrain of South Waziristan (SWAT) which shares its border with Afghanistan. First television interview of Malala Yousafzai in November, 2009.
Produced Afghan Warrior in 2001, the film that travels and follows the life of anti-Taliban military commander Ahmad Shah Massod. Broadcast exclusive interviews and stories about the Taliban regime, live from Kandahar in June, 2001.
His Afghan Warrior, National Geographic won the Emmy and the Cine Eagle Award.