Noida, India – January 26, 2024: The Asian Academy of Film and Television (AAFT) had the privilege of hosting a captivating writing workshop conducted by the esteemed writer, Amit Aryan, renowned for his prolific contributions to the Mumbai Film Industry. The event took place at Marwah Studios in Noida Film City, where Amit Aryan engaged with the students of AAFT, sharing insights from his illustrious career and inspiring the next generation of storytellers.
Amit Aryan, known for his acclaimed projects such as “Wagle Ki Duniya,” “Jeannie Aur Juju,” “Who Teri Bhabhi Hai Pagle,” “Tera Yaar Hun Main,” and “FIR,” among many others, brought his wealth of experience and expertise to the forefront as he interacted with the eager students. Through anecdotes and personal narratives, he offered invaluable guidance on navigating the intricate landscape of the entertainment industry.
During the workshop, Amit Aryan fielded a myriad of questions from the aspiring filmmakers and writers of AAFT, covering topics ranging from film and television production to the nuances of storytelling. The interactive session sparked new ideas and perspectives on the craft of writing, enriching the participants’ understanding of the creative process.
Dr. Sandeep Marwah, President of Marwah Studios, acknowledged the significance of Amit Aryan’s visit and his contributions to the field of writing for film and television. In recognition of his invaluable insights and dedication to the art of storytelling, Dr. Marwah bestowed upon him the prestigious life membership of the International Film and Television Club of Marwah Studios.
The writing workshop led by Amit Aryan served as a catalyst for creativity and innovation, empowering the students of AAFT to explore their artistic potential and pursue their aspirations in the world of entertainment. His visit left an indelible mark on the budding talents, inspiring them to embark on their journey with renewed enthusiasm and determination.