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Imran Khan Says, I Went to Film School in L.A as Making Movies was my Dream.

BrainGain Magazines shines a spotlight on careers in the $1.6 trillion global entertainment and media industry

New Delhi, 18 July 2012: BrainGain Magazine, the leading study abroad online magazine for South Asian students today launched new content on Film, TV and Digital Media. The Film, TV and Digital Media section provides valuable insights into a wide variety of career options available in undergraduate and post graduate programs.

The content showcases the journeys, struggles and success of renowned actors, directors, documentarian’s and screenwriters. Commenting on his passion for films actor Imran Khan says, “I went to film school in L.A as making movies was my dream.” Film making not only entails creativity but also includes immense research. Asif Kapadia a BAFTA winning documentarian revealed to have sieved through more 15,000 hours of archival footage for creating 104 minute “Senna” – The highest grossing British documentary of all time.

“BrainGain Magazine’s spotlight on film making delves into the journeys of renowned film makers and academics. It brings perspective to young students and their parents to view the passion, creativity and perseverance of these accomplished artists. Passion, creativity and perseverance are the traits that underscore career success” said, Harjiv Singh, Founder & Publisher of BrainGain Magazine.

A present PwC report predicts global spend of $2.1 trillion in the next five yearsfor Entertainment and Media Industry. BrainGain Magazine highlights the trends, careers, costs, benefits and top universities for education outside South Asia. Film, TV and Digital Media has conversations and interviews with faculty members of New York University and Brandeis University. Anurag Kashyap, Asif Kapadia, Imran Khan, Paromita Vohra, Rehana Mirza and Safina Uberoi are few of the filmmakers featured in the new segment.

Since its inception in November 2010, BrainGain Magazine has added eight interactive sections focusing on Engineering, Law, MBA, Medicine, Hospitality Management, Media and Communication, Music and Economics. The magazine educates students about study abroad options. In the near future, BrainGain Magazine plans to launch new verticals covering the entire spectrum in higher education from Archaeology to Zoology.

About BrainGain Magazine

BrainGain Magazine ( is the leading Study Abroad magazine for students, their parents, and mid-career professionals in South Asia. We are the definitive source of information for students interested in Study Abroad opportunities outside South Asia. Our primary target audience is between the ages of 17 and 35 years. We provide content to guide students and their parents through the decision-making process when exploring options to study abroad. The topics covered help readers understand fields of study, admissions, financing, specific countries, regions or cities, student life, scholarships, job prospects for chosen field, socio-cultural environments, safety and visa issues. Told through lively interviews, photos, videos and podcasts, we provide an interactive platform that helps students realize their dreams.


For more details, please contact:

Puneet Khunger

Gutenberg Communications

M: +91 9810191409



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