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With over 20 films to her credit, Guneet Monga is a noted Indian producer and the co-founder of Sikhya Entertainment.
Anyone can make a film, passion, tears and blood all withstanding but finding an audience for it is a different struggle altogether. Finding an alternative audience which is not restricted by region or geography and channelizing the right stream for the Indie effort at a global level has been Guneet Monga’s forte. A route less traveled in India. A definite new hope.
Monga has produced various notable films, starting from the Oscar nominated short (2010), Kavi directed by Gregg Helvey, which won the Student Oscar in 2009 and features like Gangs of Wasseypur, Part I & II (2012) and That Girl In Yellow Boots (2011) both by Anurag Kashyap and Shaitan by Bejoy Nambiar (2011). Some of her upcoming films are Michael by Ribhu Dasgupta; Peddlers by Vasan Bala and Aiyya by Sachin Kundalkar.
She is the co-producer for Dasvidaniya, a film by Shashank Shah (2008) and Trishna by Michael Winterbottom (2011). She has also co-produced Monsoon Shootout jointly with Yaffle Films, UK; directed by Amit Kumar that is currently in post-production.
Currently involved in the production of The Lunchbox (Dabba), a project that travelled to the Film Bazaar (2011); Cinemart (2012); Berlinale Co-Production Market (2012) and Torino Film Lab (2012); she has quite a few projects lined-up such as Toba Tek Singh (Director - Pan Nalin), Moth Smoke (Director - Rahul Bose) and Danis Tanović’s next venture.
She has been named as one of the International power women making waves worldwide by The Hollywood Reporter and also by India Today as one of the Indians of tomorrow.
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