Going with the flow: Suyash Pachauri
Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], March 31: Suyash Pachauri, a well-known name in the film industry, is making headlines with his exceptional skills in direction and cinematic analysis. Born and raised in Mumbai, Suyash has spent a considerable amount of time in Delhi, learning about the culture of the country’s capital city. His diverse upbringing, coupled with the tragic loss of both his parents at a young age, has shaped him into the person he is today.
After graduating from Agra’s Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Suyash started his professional journey as an executive for the FMCG brand PriyaGold. However, life took an unexpected turn, and he ended up at the BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha and its affiliated Akshardham Temple. He spent ten years as a follower, volunteer, and PR administrator in the organization, which taught him how to navigate life’s ups and downs and stay positive in adverse situations.
Building on his experience at BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha, Suyash spent the next five years as a PR administrator and event planner for celebrities, sports players, and television shows. While his professional life was flourishing, Suyash felt like something was missing, and he wasn’t entirely satisfied with his career. He then decided to take a significant turn in his life journey and pursue his passion for direction and filmmaking.
Suyash enrolled in the Indian Film and Television Directors’ Association (IFTDA), where he earned his professional degree in direction and is currently undergoing his course in editing. The institution helped him tap into his creative potential and sharpen his filmmaking skills. With his hawk’s eye for detail and cinematic analysis, Suyash quickly made a name for himself in the industry, and he soon landed a spot as a crucial member of FWICE and the Nadiadwala Brothers.
Suyash’s journey from an executive to a PR administrator and then to a movie critic and director was not easy, but he persevered and has emerged as a better human being and a remarkable cinematic analyzer. His passion and dedication to the craft have won him accolades and recognition from the industry’s stalwarts.
Some films by Suyash Pachauri are going to be released soon, in which he has played a role as a film director. The details of his upcoming films are as follows. The feature film “Karma Strikes” was shot in America, and also the second half of the movie was shot in Mumbai city of India.
The film is going to release soon on major OTT platforms, along with the rest of his other projects; the films are the feature film “Puppet Master” and a short film “The Girl Who Lives With A Ghost”, which will be released on other digital platforms as well.
“I am grateful for the opportunities that have come my way, and I am excited about what the future holds,” said Suyash. “My journey has just begun, and I am confident that it will take me to where my heart desires.”
Suyash’s website showcases his journey and his portfolio, and he invites anyone interested in his work to explore the website’s different sections and reach out to him through the ‘Contact’ section.
About Suyash Pachauri:
Suyash Pachauri is a Brahmin born in Mumbai with his roots in Uttar Pradesh. He has spent a considerable amount of time in Delhi, learning about the culture of the country’s capital city. After graduating from Agra’s Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Suyash started his professional journey as an executive for the FMCG brand PriyaGold. He then worked as a PR administrator and event planner for celebrities, sports players, and television shows. Suyash’s passion for direction and filmmaking led him to enrol in the Indian Film and Television Directors’ Association (IFTDA), where he earned his professional degree in direction and is currently undergoing his course in editing. With his hawk’s eye for detail and cinematic analysis, Suyash has emerged as a remarkable director and critic.
Contact – Suyash Pachauri’s website www.suyashpachauri.com
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