Tag Archive for CII

Ultra Media & Entertainment Group participates in ‘Cannes Film Market 2018’ with exclusive titles & new offerings across various genres from 8th May 2018 at Palais CII Pavilion , Cannes


By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

Along with its existing exhaustive slate of more than 1500 titles comprising of Indian & International films, television & animation content, Ultra will be participating with new exclusive titles in various genres, some of the other highlights are as below :
  • Ultra Cookery:  A series of unique cookery videos that feature healthy, delicious and easy to cook multi-cuisine recipes from worldwide. The recipes shown in this are quick to make and are a blend of innovative and novel techniques that are easy to follow and can be tried by anyone in the confines of their kitchen. The target audience for these videos are housewives, office going women, teenagers, learners, single & married men, students (both female & male) staying in hostels & paying guests accommodation, foodies , NRI’s and also others who share a passion for cooking.
  • Teen Saheliyan : A television serial of a dramatic tale of 3 best friends who have always believed that their bond is forever. Until destiny takes an unexpected turn challenging the very survival of their friendship.
  • 85 films from “Children Films Society of India (CFSI)” : Ultra has a collection of 85 films from CFSI which is an apex government body of India that produces “State of the Art” Children’s Films & TV programs in various Indian languages.
  • Malgudi Days : One of the most prominent Indian television series, which has received accolades  worldwide. Read more

Statement by Mr Chandrajit Banerjee, Director General, CII on First Quarter GDP Growth


By K. Ashwin Mob: 09920183006 Email: indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

Mr Chandrajit Banerjee Director General, CII

Commenting on the first quarter GDP growth figures released today, Mr Chandrajit Banerjee, Director General, CII said that the impressive 7 per cent GDP growth at the onset of the first quarter of the current fiscal, which is higher than 6.7 per cent experienced in the same period last year, bolsters the perception that the economy is showing signs of a turnaround and is on the road to recovery.

Read more