Furthering the legacy of her late father and music mogul Gulshan Kumar, singer Tulsi Kumar announced a film school in his name on November 7.
Furthering the legacy of her late father and music mogul Gulshan Kumar, singer Tulsi Kumar announced on November 7 the Gulshan Kumar Film & Television Institute of India (GKFTII).
The film school, which promises to be a full media school under one roof, was announced here in the presence of actress Vidya Balan, who was in town to promote her upcoming film Tumhari Sulu.
Tulsi said her father and the late founder of music label T-Series dreamed of creating an affordable film school with first-class skilled technicians and artists, and she is moving forward with the support of her husband Hitesh Ralhan. . The couple sought to create an appropriate course structure and come up with innovative ideas to make it affordable and profitable.
Vidya stressed the need for credible film education institutions before anyone starts working with anyone.
“All the best for this business,” Vidya said. Tulsi also expressed her excitement, saying it was a very special day for her. “GKFTII is going to be a one-stop-shop for filmmaking courses across the country. It will offer everyone and future filmmakers the opportunity to learn and prepare their talent. With everyone’s blessing, I hope that GKFTII will be one of its kind in India and then in the world, ”Tulsi added.
Known for helping the boom in the music industry in the late 1980s and early 1990s, Gulshan Kumars T-Series music label has become a name to be reckoned with. He was assassinated in 1997.