Brahmanand S Siingh

Brahmanand S Siingh is an award-winning filmmaker (producer-director) and writer based out of Mumbai. His National-Award winning (among many other awards and accolades) feature-length documentary on RD Burman, Pancham Unmixed: Mujhe Chalte Jaana Hai, (113 min) continues to enjoy an amazing sweeping critical and popular acclaim across viewing platforms. Other recent feature documentaries like Riding on a Sunbeam: Journeys through Space, Time, Life & Love (108 min), a fascinating travel documentary on the way non-touristy India presents itself to us; Through Our Eyes (85 min), a group of batch-mates from a premiere Institute looking back at their elliptical journey of 25 years while continuing to dream ahead are also being extremely well-received. Even Brahmanand Siingh’s earlier, somewhat shorter works like Ragpickers; Uncaging the Body (Apsara Award for Best Short Film, 2003-2004); A Burden of Love (on Alzheimer’s disease); Ashgari Bai (on an octogenarian legendary dhrupad singer) and a whole lot of other short, corporate and documentary films have drawn great response, highly recognized for its sensitivity, authenticity and engaging quality.