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This Jimmy Shergill starrer wins hearts at Kolkata Film Fest

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‘VARTAK NAGAR’ – a Hindi feature film produced by Amit Agarwal under his home banner Adarsh Telemedia was screened in the ongoing Kolkata International Film Festival to a tumultuous response. The film, directed by Atul Taishete, has Jimmy Sheirgil and Raghu Ram as its lead cast. It is a story of four kids and their bonding against the backdrop of a true event that of the Bombay Mills strike in the 1980s. To celebrate the occasion, Agarwal also hosted a special lunch at Calcutta Club earlier where the official logo of the film was unveiled by internationally acclaimed film maker Goutam Ghose.

Amit Agarwal piloted Adarsh Telemedia in 2003 in Kolkata and from a technical post –production house the creative Organization began venturing in film production. Beginning with Bengali Film ASTRA in 2012 Amit graduated to Bollywood with productions like M.S. DHONI...THE UNTOLD STORY, SIMRAN and VARTAK NAGAR. He is presently the Producer of Hindi Film ONE DAY IN THE RAINS (working title) being directed by Goutam Ghose which now is in the post production stage. Amit a well is working as the Director of AJOOBA, an animation film in Hindi.

Adarsh Telemedia is here to make good content in Cinema and Amit would leave no stone unturned to make quality films in the years to come.

Amit Agarwal piloted Adarsh Telemedia in 2003 in Kolkata and from a technical post –production house the creative Organization began venturing in film production. 

Beginning with Bengali Film ASTRA in 2012 Amit graduated to Bollywood with productions like M.S. DHONI...THE UNTOLD STORY, SIMRAN and VARTAK NAGAR. He is presently the Producer of Hindi Film ONE DAY IN THE RAINS (working title) being directed by Goutam Ghose which now is in the post production stage. Amit a well is working as the Director of AJOOBA, an animation film in Hindi.
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Adarsh Telemedia is here to make good content in Cinema and Amit would leave no stone unturned to make quality films in the years to come.
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