Priyanka Chopra’s Purple Pebble Pictures launches its website

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Mar 23, 2018, 2:10 pm IST
Updated Mar 23, 2018, 2:14 pm IST
The production house is approachable to aspirants who can easily send in their details and be notified of their future ventures.
Priyanka Chopra with her mother Madhu Chopra.
 Priyanka Chopra with her mother Madhu Chopra.

Mumbai: Priyanka Chopra’s home banner, Purple Pebble Pictures that completed three years this March has an online presence now as its official website was launched this afternoon.

The production house was founded with the endeavour to create quality regional cinema, refine storytelling through films and support new talent. Three years since its inception, the banner has stood its ground by not only providing regional films a solid platform but also backing talents who specialize in areas of filmmaking.  

 

Chopra’s home banner has churned out films with unique story lines and won accolades up to three National Awards for one of their Marathi films, Ventilator. Regional cinema bankrolled by Purple Pebble Pictures has travelled to international film festivals and earned praise from celebrated filmmakers world over. With such growth in a span of just three years, having a website seemed a natural progression.

Interestingly, the website includes the details of its films, ads, as well as the team behind the banner. The most unique aspect is that it will serve as a platform for new talent, aspiring directors, actors, cinematographers, stylists, scriptwriters, and anyone with the interest and aptitude to get into a film industry. The production house makes itself approachable to aspirants who can easily send in their details and be notified of their future ventures.

Co-Founder of the banner, Dr. Madhu Chopra says, “I am very glad to announce our website to the world. Purple Pebble Pictures just completed three years in this month and what better way to celebrate than with a new portal. With this website, we welcome anyone who has the talent or passion for filmmaking.”





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