One of the famous name in India’s media and entertainment industry, Dr Sandeep Marwah was honoured in the House of Commons at the British Parliament in London on Monday (26) for his contribution to media and entertainment industry worldwide.
The first Chancellor of AAFT University of Media and Arts, Marwah is the only person representing more than 45 countries as a brand ambassador or cultural ambassador, chairperson of art and cultural forums appointed by different governments in the world.
Sandeep Marwah has created six world records in all these years for his involvement with the media and entertainment industry. He has been chairing more than 100 organisations all over the globe. He is associated with more than 5,000 events.
Teacher to 15,000 media professionals and producer of the largest number of short films around 2500, Marwah is also known as a social worker.
Baroness Sandip Verma presented the award to Marwah at House of Commons in a function in the presence of a large number of Parliamentarians including Lord Loomba, Lord Navnit Dholakia, Geoff Wain, British Deputy High Commissioner Gujrat and Rajasthan; Saikat Sen Sharma, Counselor High Commission of India, and others.
“Dr Marwah deserves international appreciation, we have done our share of job,” said Baroness Sandip Verma speaking on his achievements. Lord Loomba and Lord Dholakia appreciated Marwah as ‘Golden Boy of India’ and invited him to be part of UK Business and social organisations.
“I am much obliged to everyone present here in the House of Commons of British Parliament; this award has added a lot more responsibilities on my shoulder, which I carry back home with great pleasure. I am carrying lots of love and hope back home to serve the world of cinema, art and culture in a much bigger way,” said Marwah receiving the award.
The event was organised by a social organization, Confluence, led by Smita Srivastava and international advisor Mahendrasihn Jadeja.