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Jaspreet Pandohar is a London-based multimedia professional with experience in broadcasting, publishing and television production. A movie buff since childhood, she has followed her passion, going on to work as an assistant director and script supervisor on a host of British and Indian feature films. Nowadays when she’s not busy making them, you can find her locked in a dark cinema dissecting the world of make believe or organising Bollywood-themed parties and events under the Bombay Funkadelic umbrella.

Latest Articles

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  • Why Asian music artistes and audiences deserve world class venues.

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