“Colours of Paintings may bring lots of new energy in your life” said Ram V. Sutar the great Indian Sculpturist to the young film, television and media aspirants while inaugurating the exhibition of paintings by Rajinder Aggarwal on the opening day of 68th batch of Asian Academy of Film and Television at Noida film city.
“It is our custom to have an exhibition of paintings on the very first day of our course so that students can relate visual media with other fine arts.” said Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios and Director of Asian Academy of Fine Arts. “It is important to develop their aesthetic sense to be a better film maker” Marwah added
“Whether it is painting or writing both needs your attention and concentration, observation and feelings” said Ashok Kumar Sharma OSD to Chief Minister of Uttarkhand Shri Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank. “I will try my best to highlight and fulfill the vision of my Chief Minister through visual media- the best source of mass communication” Ashok Sharma added who has been the writer of more than 40 books also.
“I can never forget this gesture of Sandeep Marwah who has provided me such a high platform of this level which is a dream come true for any new painter” said Rajinder Aggarwal whose paintings were appreciated by one and all.
Others who spoke on the occasion were Dr.Rachna Pandit, Harshvardhan, Kalyan sarkar, Satish Anand, R.K.Singh, Latika Sahni, S.S.Sharma. Later Marwah honoured Ram V. Sutar and Ashok Kumar Sharma with the life membership of International Film And Television Club.