Spice Studios "Buddha" in Cannes Mipcom 2014.


MUMBAI: “Buddha” an Indian Historical Magnum Opus drama TV Series produced by Spice Studios, a subsidiary of Founder  Chairman, Dr Bhupendra Kumar Modi's Smart Global conglomerate in India headed by Ms Ridwana, a 32 yrs, young entrepreneur who has over 10 yrs experience in entertainment industry..Spice Studios, Buddha is in now being offered at MIPCOM 2014.

Buddha TV show is a biographic dramatisation in the style of a historical fiction of the life & teaching of Lord Buddha produced on a scale and grandeur never before seen in the annals of Indian television.

Indian talented and hardworking actor Himanshu Soni who has played the lead role of Siddharth/Lord Buddha in this series is in Cannes to promote the series, which he says has brought a phenomenal changed his life and imbibed moral values in him.

He says the teachings and messages of Lord Buddha given by him 2500 years ago are equally relevant even in today’s world.

Being in Cannes, its very business oriented serious market which gives the players a large n immense opportunity do business, trade, and market positioning of their brand n business. It has participation of 112 countries this year and looks very promising to grow further next years. As young and fresh entry into media I love to hear the selected speakers here and learn their insights. The right weather in Cannes makes it perfect to make any business deal here.

After Producing two Super Hit Block Buster films like ‘Oh My God’ and ‘No Problem’ in India, in Joint venture says the Co-Producer & Creative Producer Ms. Ridwana who is also currently attending the MIPCOM, that the TV show ‘Buddha’ has been a dream project of Spice Studios and today the company has successfully made it reach to the viewers of India, Srilanka, Indonesia, Myanmaar, Cambodia and Thailand and many countries through Zee TV and soon it will be on all major platforms around the globe. The company intends to take this show to at least a 100 countries across the globe in the coming times. Dr BK Modi, producer with Ms Ridwana Co-producer will be brining 2 major releases next year.

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