As Director and Producer
“The Yuvraj of Jodhpur – the legacy endures” – a 47 minute documentary - is a compelling story of a consummate Prince who effortlessly carried many family and clan expectations and aspirations as he traveled through life. A consummate Prince who was charming, erudite, flamboyant, generous and an amazing sportsman. The future looked glorious. The clan legacy seemed secure in his hands. The film reveals the valour, the strength, the tenacity and the largesse of the Royal land of Rajasthan
“Two Weddings in the time of the Brave” - a 47 minute documentary –a story of how two brave Indian families whose religions originated in the Middle East have risen above fear and strife and celebrated life with all its joy. Ezra Moses and Fayaz Ahmad both Indians and yet both descendents of the Biblical Abraham, one a Jew and the other a Muslim, shrugged off their fear and raised their heads in bravery to brush aside the machinations of the Pakistan based terrorist mafia so as to celebrate their own freedom in an expression of joy and happiness by marrying off their children.
“Chinese Checkers, Tibetan Ambivalence & Indian Delusions” – a 57 mınute documentary fılm - that looks at the intertwined interests and relationships between the British, the Tibetans, the Chinese and the Indians over the 20th century and beyond, on the subject of Tibetan sovereignty.
“Temples in the Clouds” - a 56 minutes documentary - a story of a challenging paragliding safari by Sir James Mallinson and Enrico Patuzzi in the Dhauladhar range of the Himalayas. It is an unusual personal human interest journey of two friends and their quest to succeed in flying to the temple of Himani Chamunda.
- Won “Icarus of the morning off” award at the ICARE DU CINEMA 26th edition of FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM DE VOL LIBRE 26th edition of INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL OF FREE Flight, 2008.
“Dard-e-Ganga” – a 64 minute documentary in Hindi -The source of India’s greatest river, Ganga, is the Gangotri glacier, which is rapidly receding as a result of both global warming and manmade pollution. The film raises these questions and also highlights how India’s religion, culture, sociology and economics will be affected.
“The Agony of the Ganges” – a 52 minute documentary - The source of India’s greatest river, Ganga, is the Gangotri glacier, which is rapidly receding as a result of both global warming and manmade pollution. The film raises these questions and also highlights how India’s religion, culture, sociology and economics will be affected.
- Awarded for the BEST FILM on Environment and Nature at the Inkafest Environment Film Festival 2009, Lima Peru
“The Cradle of Terror” - a 45 minute documentary that examines Pakistan’s role in promoting and sustaining the forces of terror under the grab of Jihad and also looks at the role that the Pakistani state played in Nuclear Proliferation, under the auspices of Dr. A.Q Khan.
“Nuclear Tango-why a hero fell from grace”- a 52 minutes documentary- that investigates and puts together why Dr. A.Q. Khan, the father of the Pakistani nuclear weapons program was made to take the rap and accept responsibility for having orchestrated the Pakistan –North Korea nuclear relationship.
- Officially Selected for IDFA-Docs for Sale, Amsterdam, 2006
“The Sufi and the Scientist”- 49 minutes documentary- is the collective story of Sufi Healer Arif Hussain whose salvation lies in healing people with the guidance of his spirit guide, the medieval Sufi Haji Ali and Dr. Thornton Streeter, a scientist working in the realm of human consciousness and trying like many others, to decipher the secrets of the consciousness and bridge the incompatibility of Einstein’s Theory of Relativity with the Theory of Quantum Mechanics.
- Officially Selected for Globians® Potsdam World and Culture documentary film festival 2006
- Officially selected for The International Festival of Televisao, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2006
“Massoud: Destiny’s Afghan”- 53 minutes documentary - The film is about the life and times of the Late Commander Ahmed Shah Massoud, who was assassinated by two Tunisian assassins on September 9th 2001, ostensibly as part of the 9/11 process to draw the US into the Afghan war. This film looks at Massoud’s life through the eyes of his colleagues and friends and examines what made him the great leader that he was.
- Officially selected for Globians® Potsdam world and culture documentary film festival 2007
- Officially selected for The International Festival of Televisao, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, November 21st –November 25th 2005
- Officially selected for IDFA- Docs for Sale, Amsterdam, November 25th – December 3rd, 2005
- Officially selected for South Asian International Film Festival, 2007 in New York
- Officially selected for River to River: Indian Film Festival, Florence, Italy, December 9th -December 15th 2005
“The Devil's Wind” – 46 minute documentary – a documentary on the historical linkages between India, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan spanning the time between the late 19th century and the early 21st century.
“The Legend of Maler Kotla - A Tale from the Punjab ” – 48 minute documentary – a film that delves into perplexing questions of how Hindus and Muslims can live peacefully and profitably in the Indian sub- continent and shows how the inhabitants of the Muslim majority town of Malerkotla in Indian Punjab, have led the way in this endeavor.
- Officially selected for the 2nd Annual Spinning Wheel Film Festival 2004, Toronto, Canada.
- Awarded the prize for “The Best TV Documentary of the Year” on Indian Television at the Indian Telly Awards 2004.
- Officially selected for 3rd Annual Spinning Wheel Film Festival 2005, New York, USA
“The New Great Game – The River of Destiny”- a 56 minute documentary on the role of Pakistan in Afghanistan and Central Asia.
“The New Great Game – Reaping the Whirlwind” – a 54 minute film that looks at Post-Taliban Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan in terms of Islamic fundamentalism and the large natural gas reserves of Turkmenistan that must necessarily transit through Afghanistan to markets in India and elsewhere.
“The Road to Nirvana- A journey in Tibet”- a 55 minute Tibetan travelogue that takes through the viewer to the spiritual, cultural and political history of Tibet and its centuries old interaction with India.
- Nominated for “The Best TV Documentary of the Year” on Indian Television at the Indian Telly Awards 2004.