From The Director’s Desk

Abraham Lincoln once said “If I had nine hours to chop down a tree, I’d spend the first six sharpening my axe”.  As an academician and a filmmaker I have spent 20 years in media and entertainment industry. I have seen the industry grow big and hence just like Abraham Lincoln, I have a habit to instill every prospect of film making in one body before it starts to explore the industry. At MSTV we make the students observe, listen, plot and then execute the content into short movies or documentaries. With state-of-the-art infrastructure and cutting edge technology we have became the pioneer in media education and film making. Our global reach absorbs students from various countries and we have made film education fun and interesting. I try to instill in them the sense of taking things from the society they live in, because for me if you can’t bring a change in society with your work, you aren’t actually doing anything. I am glad to say we have succeeded in our goal taking ahead the community with MSTV.

We are committed to our work and have made honest efforts to provide trained and skilled members to the film industry with MSTV.