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'A serial is a brand. When it's doing well, make all the efforts to prolong that success' Shyamsunder - Yantra Media head

His name is synonymous with 'soap operas' in the Malayalam southern regional language space. Shyamsunder is the man who heads one of South India's topnotch production houses Yantra Media Private Limited. Shyamsunder, who introduced the soap genre to Malayalam audiences with the highly successful show Sthree on Asianet, is now a household-name across television homes in South India. Having worked in all the South Indian languages, Shyam is now looking to get into the Hindi space with an interactive thriller.

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"Those times are fast disappearing when producers used to sit in their offices and sign cheques":Hats Off Productions' Jamnadas Majethia

Jamnadas Majethia... better known as JD in the industry has been there, done that. JD worked with Mudra Communications for two years as marketing executive and was responsible for looking after the sponsored programmes for Mudra Video.

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"Indians laugh at institutions, or at stereotypes. A comedy writer should tap into that feature": Vijay Krishna Acharya

Vijay Krishna Acharya, aka Victor, is a scriptwriter with a vision. "My aim, while writing comedy, is to strike a balance between serious and comic elements without sounding preachy," he says. Seems like this English Literature graduate from Kanpur has actually put to use all the 'techniques of comedy' he learnt as a college student.

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