Rohan Sippy to direct exclusively for The 120 Media Collective's production arm Sniper

Rohan Sippy.jpgCommercials and video content production company, Sniper India now has director Rohan Sippy exclusively on board for commercials and digital content. Apart from producing and directing mainstream Bollywood films, Sippy (pictured left) has directed commercials for distinguished brands such as Suzuki, Pantene and Head & Shoulders, among others. He has also worked on TV and digital shorts, one of which was featured at the India Today Conclave 2016.

Speaking on the signing Sippy said, "Great marketing depends on good content. And keeping it fresh is the key. With proven production capabilities from Chahna's team at Sniper, I'm confident of producing some kickass short and long-form content through this symbiotic
partnership."

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Sippy has directed four Hindi feature films - Kuch Naa Kaho, Bluffmaster, Dum Maaro Dum and Nautanki Saala. His feature credits as a producer include Taxi No. 9211, The President Is
Coming, Chandni Chowk to China and Sonali Cable. He also serves as a board member of MAMI, Mumbai's prestigious international film festival.

Chahna Rupani, Executive Producer, Sniper, commented, "We endeavour to always churn out quality content for our clients, and having superlative talent like Rohan onboard with Sniper is only a natural progression towards this."

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