Red Chillies Entertainment awards digital duties to White Rivers Media in India for 2019

Shrenik Gandhi, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, White Rivers Media.jpgFilm production powerhouse Red Chillies Entertainment has awarded its digital duties to White Rivers Media. White Rivers Media is an independent full-service creative digital agency founded in 2012, co-founded by Shrenik Gandhi and Mitesh Kothari.
Red Chillies has pioneered film production and distribution nationwide and abroad since their inception in 2002. With the wide range of different genres of movies, they have made Indian cinema visible to the global spectrum. Also at the pinnacle of VFX production in the nation, they provide creative solutions for visual effects in Indian cinema.
Red Chillies Entertainment decided to extend its existing partnership with White Rivers Media for the year 2019, following the success and conclusion of the promotion campaign for the Aanand L. Rai directorial, Zero.
Binda Dey, Head of Marketing at Red Chillies Entertainment said, "It's been great working with an enthusiastic and proactive team at White Rivers Media. We look forward to continuing our existing relationship with them, for Badla and others."
Shrenik Gandhi, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, White Rivers Media (pictured above) added, "We are stoked to be a part of Red Chillies Entertainment's journey yet again in 2019, and are gearing up to churn out some exciting campaigns."
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