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Navalpreet Rangi

Navalpreet Rangi
Navalpreet Rangi Documentary Filmmaker
Navalpreet Rangi at Sahaita Fundraising Dinner Toronto, 24 June 2012
Years active 2006 – present

Navalpreet Rangi, also known as Narinderpal Singh Rangi, is a Punjabi Documentary film Maker, Film Producer and Art Photographer.

Early life

Navalpreet Rangi was born on 23 October 1983 to Darshan Singh Rangi (surname) and Baldev Kaur Rangi (surname) in Dhuri, Punjab and was brought up in Chommo, Punjab, India. He was schooled at the Karamsar School, in Gurdwara Karamsar Rara Sahib, Punjab.

Career

His debut book "Chiragan Di Low" was published on Eleventh standard at the budding age of 16. In Twelfth Standard he staged his first play "Kissa Ek Laash Ka" with IPTA Indian People's Theatre Association Punjab and learned Photography Techniques from Tejinder Artist at Khanna, Punjab.

Then he started his Graduation from DAV College, Chandigarh Sector 10, Chandigarh where he was an active member of Punjabi Sahit Sabha, Drama Club and Bhangra (dance) Team. He did Theatre with Punjabi Theatre persons like Bhaji Gursharan and Kewal Dhaliwal,

In 2004 he moved to Mumbai and as an Art Photographer with Prithvi Theatre.

In 2005 he worked as Assistant director for Punjabi Movie Des Hoyaa Pardes with Late. Manoj Punj.

In 2006 he joined Channel Punjab, Mohali as TV Program director.

In 2008 he worked as Creative director at Punjabi music channel "Yo Music" at New Delhi.

In 2009 he joined as Promo Head CNEB Hindi News Channel, Noida.

in 2010 he joined UNESCO with Madanjeet Singh UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador.

Navalpreet Rangi is founder of the Ma Boli International Punjabi Film Festival , Vancouver.

Filmography

Assistant Director

as Documentary Filmmaker

Year Show Role Channel Notes
2006 Punjabi Short Documentary Nihang Script and Direction Channel Punjab
2007 Ustad Script & Direction Channel Punjab UK
2008 Artist Sobha Singh (painter) Script, Direction, Camera Channel Punjab UK Award Winning Biography Documentary at Spinning Wheel Film Festival, Toronto, Canada.
2008–09 Hola Mohalla Documentary Ngo
2009 Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha Bio Documentary Hindi TV Channel Bio Profile Documentary Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha
2009 Shaheed Sukhdev Thapar Bio Documentary Hindi TV Channel Bio Profile Documentary Shaheed Sukhdev Thapar
2009 Shaheed Bhagat Singh Bio Documentary Hindi TV Channel Bio Profile Documentary Shaheed Bhagat Singh
2009 Bio Documentary Ngo Bio Profile Documentary of 2nd World War Hero Chanan Singh Dhillon
2010 Kila Raipur Sports Festival Event Documentary Ngo Event Documentary Film Kila Raipur Sports Festival
2010 Hemkund Travel Documentary Ngo Travel Documentary Film Hemkund
2011 Ghadar Party Historic Documentary Ngo Historic Documentary Film Ghadar Party
2011 Adab, Gurmat Mission of Bibi inderpal Kaur Profile Documentary Ngo

Producer

See also

References

  • "Long shot" from The Tribune
  • "To Sir, with love" from The Tribune
  • "Young-Blood" from"Punjabi Portal"
  • "Interview at Harpreet Show Vancouver, Navalpreet Rangi FilmMaker" from "YouTube"
  • "LinkedIn Page" from "LinkedIn"
  • "Twitter Page" from "Twitter"
  • "Documentary Film On Guru Nanak" from "Punjabi Portal"
  • "Documentary Film Festival" from"The Times Of India"
  • "Documentary Film On Iqbal Mahal" from "Cine Punjab"
  • "Biography" from "Encyclo"
  • "Unesco Historical Punjab" from "Historical Punjab"
  • "Inqalaab International Film Festival 2009" from "Punjabi Portal"
  • "Very Filmy" from "Indian Express"
  • "Canadian-produced film being shot near city" from "The Tribune"
  • "Navalpreet Rangis "Shayad Mai Na Aavan" book was released by Mr Harcharan Singh Barsat, Political Secretary to Punjab CM" from "The Tribune"

External links

  • Official website
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