Flagship Films

A film by Brahmanand S Siingh

Starring: Boman Irani, Tannishtha Chatterjee, Sanjay Suri, Divya Dutta

In a twinkle of an eye, a life-altering disappearance of her 7-year old kid brother sets Jhalki off on a mission to find him at all costs. Armed with an intimate folk-tale of a tireless sparrow and her own charming presence of mind, Jhalki embarks on a relentless journey to find her brother.

24 FILM FESTIVALS, 16 AWARDS And Counting...

  • Boston International Film Festival (BIFF 2019)
  • New York India Film Festival (NYIFF 2019)
  • Singapore South Asian Film Festival (SgSAIFF 2019)
  • Washington DC South Asian Film Festival (DCSAFF 2019)
  • Jagran Film Festival (JFF 2019)
  • Kolkata International Film Festival (KIFF 2019)
  • Beloit International Film Festival (BIFF 2020)
  • UK Asian Film Festival 2020
  • And many more..


Jhalki is a journey of hope, optimism, courage & self-belief … The film is all about finding the solutions.  – Kailash Satyarthi

‘For anyone of us who has ever cared for the future of our children Jhalki is a heart-warming at times heart stopping saga about the loss of innocence and a flash of hope.’  – Subhash K Jha

A humanitarian plea for hope, childhood & call for innocence!  – Vishal Verma

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A film by Brahmanand S Siingh

Starring: Chitra Singh, Gulzar, Zakir Hussain, Mahesh Bhatt and many more

Kaagaz Ki Kashti, a compelling biopic on Jagjit Singh, makes the maestro come alive. Journeying through his struggle, stardom, love, laughter and loss… Exploring not just the musician, but the man behind it all from the award-winning filmmaker, Brahmanand S Siingh, a pioneer of innovative, meaningful & engaging content the film has been one of the most well-received, loved & critically acclaimed, world over!

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A big hit in the Film Festival Circuit

  • Vancouver International South Asian Film Festival
  • Jio MAMI 18th Mumbai Film Festival
  • New York India Film Festival
  • Washington DC South Asian Film Festival
  • Dallas Fort Worth South Asian Film Festival
  • Singapore South Asian International Film Festival
  • Khajuraho International Film Festival
  • Mumbai International Film Festival
  • Kala Ghoda Festival Mumbai
  • Pakistan International Film Festival
  • And many more…


Brahmanand Singh’s Jagjit documentary, Kaagaz Ki Kashti is AN ASTOUNDINGLY SKILLED WORK AT BIOGRAPHICAL STORY-TELLING. – Mayank Shekhar

There is something about writer/ director Brahmanand S Singh. His films and characters consume us to an extent that WE ARE NOT ABLE TO DISCONNECT with the subject. – Bhawana Somaya

Brahmanand is A SAVANT BEHIND THE LENS and literally brings the legend back to life. –Abhay Deol

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A film by Brahmanand S Siingh

Starring: Ameen Sayani, Asha Bhosle, Gulzar, Javed Akhtar and many more

The film, Pancham Unmixed, has been a runaway hit just like it has enthralled viewers across its hundred plus screenings all over the world. There are many who have seen the film 7 times and 8 times and 23 and 33 times, and have been touched, moved, enthralled, energized and captivated.

The award-winning film is a spectacular journey of the composer’s life and times, of his struggles and triumphs, of his creativity and passion … and aptly titled, Mujhe Chalte Jaana Hai, the film continues the journey with many such value creating platforms offering a refreshing and insightful experience.

Winner of two National awards

  • IIFLA ’08, Los Angeles, US
  • Indian Film Festival Bollywood & Beyond Stuttgart ‘08
  • Rome International Film Festival Georgia USA ‘08
  • Indian Vision Film Festival Washington DC, ‘08
  • MIAAC New York ‘08
  • Kara Film Festival Karachi ‘09
  • NIJSACF New Jersey ‘08
  • And many more…
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Brahmanand S Siingh’s film on the maverick composer RD Burman, explores the creative process of the genius and traces him in his ups and downs. The film traces the journey of this restless composer in a very intimate way. – The Hindu

Pancham Unmixed is a feel-good film about the genius of a man with magpie influences, and how he transformed the sound of Bollywood. At times, you can feel the love radiate from the screen, it’s probably why the two-hour film never feels stretched … – TimeOut Mumbai

Pancham Unmixed: Mujhe Chalte Jaana Hai by Brahmanand Singh brings rare glimpses into the life of the legend … The two-hour long documentary … features over 40 eminent personalities from the industry, who unequivocally vouch for Burman’s genius and largesse as a human being. – Mumbai Mirror

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