Nimisha Pandey

Nimisha Pandey is a Content Developer and Curator across the media of television and the web. Born in Haryana and raised in New Delhi, she graduated from the Film and Television Institute of India, Pune in 2004. She majored in Television Direction. She was the youngest person to receive the National Award for her short film “Cradle Song” in 2005[1]. She went on make a documentary called “Nice Girls” that received the Best Documentary Award at the Digital Film Festival, New Delhi in 2006.

Nimisha Pandey
Born (1983-03-27) 27 March 1983
OccupationContent Director and Curator
Years active1999 — present
AwardsNational Award (2004)

Through her career as a Creative Director, she has developed several award winning, popular and critically acclaimed Indian Television shows. These include Humsafars (Sony TV)[2], Pyaar Ko Ho Jaane Do (Sony TV)[3], Qubool Hai (Zee TV)[4], Arjun (TV series) (Star Plus)[5], Shapath (Life OK), Humse Hai Life (Channel V)[6], Havan (TV series) (Colors TV)[7], Jyoti (NDTV Imagine), Grihasti (Star Plus), Sapno Se Bhare Naina (Star Plus), Ek Ladki Anjaani Is (Sony TV), Kusum (Sony TV), Amber Dhara (Sony TV), Salaam Zindagi (Sony TV).

In 2015, she became the Head of Content[8] for the web platform ALT Balaji Digital Entertainment[9]. Over the period of three years, she was involved in the creation of over 30 popular and critically acclaimed limited-series multi-season shows, making ALT one of the first and most successful Indian web platforms in the country. These shows include Dev DD, The Test Case (web series), Home, Apharan , Haq Se , Broken, Kehne Ko Humsafar Hain, Karrle Tu Bhi Mohabbat, Boygiri, Romil & Jugal, Fourplay, Ragini MMS, etc.

She is currently working with Netflix building their Indian content slate.

Her family consists of her parents, Krishna Kumar Pandey and Nisha Pandey, her brother Nitin Pandey and her husband Alok Sinha.

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