|Aneez Bazmee, Champak Jain With Collous , Dr Sunita Dube With Sandip Saparrkar|
Learning has no boundaries, when somebody has eagerness to learn and wants to know about their legends. As we begin to grow older and we’re no longer exposed to new ideas, people, experiences or lessons through things like attending school, we start to get a little stale. Education is a medium to transform the message which inspired people. Medialexicon Edu launch their India’s first ever website and unique kind of Audio – Video Capsules which is based on Film Industry. Renowned celebrities who have masters in their respective field have given their contribution to make this dream come true.
Bollywood stars grace the red carpet event of the MedialexiconEdu which was organised by Principal Founder of Medialexicon Educational Trust Shekhar Mennon he said, “In Film Making, Craftsmen / Technician and Performers are like Oxygen and Blood complimenting each other for existence. Legislations for Media industry across the world edify this essence. Endeavour of the Medialexicon Educational Trust is to disseminate invaluable information as practical tips by accomplished media professionals across all disciplines of film making to GenNext for consistent growth to compete globally in time to come.”
|Pulkit Samrat, Shekhar Mennon, Dr Kaajal Rohira, Jainendra Baxi, Roshan Taneja, Vivek Rangachari|
Film Director Anees Bazmee said, “I don’t think anybody has done this kind of work till today in the Film Industry. Medialexicon Edu has done a very good job and I feel proud for them…all the best to Medialexicon Edu.”
Sandip Soparrkar and Sunita Dube were seen discussing the various aspect of film making and was enjoying the show. Bijon Dasgupta was seen bonding and discussing about art director with Pulkit Samrat, Bijon Dasgupta said, “This is a great opportunity for the people who want to know more about Bollywood.” Other present at the event were Actor Amit Behl, Dr. Kajal Rohira, Champak Jain, Colossus and Vivek Rangachari.
Medialexicon Educational Trust pays back to community and gives its tribute to 100 years of Indian Cinema by sharing knowledge and experiences for the younger generations to come.