Writers are always at war in their heads and it becomes risky to be there with your baby, the script. When you hand over your baby to us at Green Grandma, we promise to treat it like our family, help it take its first step and take it to maturity. My family of formally trained filmmakers and professionals will help you and your baby, in every way possible.
Shreya Rawat is a trained filmmaker, with specialization in Producing for Films and Television at Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute, Kolkata. She graduated from B.A in Journalism from Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, Delhi University. With her varied experience in acting, producing, directing, assisting as AD in fiction as well as documentaries and her natural flair for new themes and stories, she brings her experience of working with different writers and pitching their scripts at multiple platforms to give you a professional report and feedback on your scripts. She is driven by the idea of supporting projects right from where they begin with; an idea, a script, that a writer writes. Green Grandma is her brain-child under which she has also produced short films.
Yashodhan is a post-graduate in filmmaking with a specialization in Editing. Before taking up writing in 2017, he had experience in theatre, writing and directing short films, editing documentaries and corporate films. After writing for daily soaps and crime shows for TV, he co-wrote screenplays for Marathi film ‘Miss you mister’ and wrote the Hindi film ‘Chappad Phaad ke’ which is currently streaming on Hotstar. His understanding of written words translating on-screen comes from all of the various experiences of pitching to the producers, giving script narrations as well as handling script notes and suggestions from them and incorporating those in subsequent drafts.
A lean and tall nerd, mostly seen in an XL T-shirt and jeans, ARYAMAN NATH is a visual content creator and screenplay writer by profession. He holds a post-graduate diploma in Cinema from Satyajit Ray Film & TV Institute, Kolkata. Aryaman holds an experience of more than 4 years in filmmaking and his portfolio constitutes of variety of scripts and stories of various genres. He was also selected among the top 10 students selected for the Disney Internship at Mudra Institute of Communications, Ahmedabad. He was a former Video Producer at Tripoto and has currently written 10 Episode web series for Creativeland Asia. His nerdy geeky nature brings on board many discussions on structures and formats of writing and his never-ending consumption of newer content and trends brings a fresh perspective of what will really work in the market.
Abhijeet Sarthi has been trained in the Direction and Screenplay writing course from the Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute, Kolkata. An engineering graduate, Abhijeet Sarthi hails from Raipur, Chhattisgarh. He developed his love for storytelling watching various different shows on Doordarshan, which ultimately led him to pursue filmmaking as a career and a medium to convey his thoughts. He was among the finalists of TVF Write Club. He has written and directed multiple short films, both fiction and non-fiction, and a tv commercial. Abhijeet's interests mostly lie in cinema, but apart from that literature, cricket, food, video games and the internet are the other things he enjoys spending his time with.
Megha Bhadhuri is a screenwriter and director of both fiction and non-fiction films. Having
completed her undergraduate degree with a specialization in Film from the Srishti Institute
of Art, Design and Technology, she has worked on a spectrum of genres from environmental
documentaries to commercial ad-films in creative direction, non-fiction filmmaking, content
development, script acquisition and screenwriting. More recently, Megha completed her MFA in Film and Television and Dramatic Writing from the Savannah College of Art and Design and is currently working as head writer on a web-series and feature film on-spec as well as in the production of her debut non-fiction feature film.
Megha sees writing fiction as an extension of directing non-fiction, as the two seamlessly cross
paths in her practice, informing one another. She derives inspiration for characters, complex
plotlines and the social context from her personal experiences as well as her insights as a