At 3 Peepul Productions, we are a women-led company, with 3 women at the helm. We bring to the table over 30 years of experience each – a mind boggling total of 90 years in varied fields.Continue reading
Which C drives you?
In our daily lives, we are all motivated or driven- either by our anxieties and fears, or by our hopes and dreams. Our anxieties and fears are a negative stimulus, while our hopes and dreams are a positive stimulus.Continue reading
Finding Our Voice as Producers
As women producers in a male dominated industry, we recognize the importance to find our voice and use it to bring impactful stories to the screen and audience.Continue reading
Why women-led businesses have an edge
In today’s world, women-led businesses are on the rise, with many start-ups and established companies being led by women as CEOs and in senior management positions- and why not?Continue reading
Why an ad film works to attract new customers?
In today’s day and age, people’s attention span has decreased with the increase in access to information provided by the internet. So nowadays, video advertising is far more successful in capturing a consumer’s attention than the static forms of before.Continue reading
Learning Curve as Producers
As Producers, we’ve discovered that learning never stops, and it never should. The day we stop learning is the day we start stagnating, and it’s time to hang up our boots or sandals, or in our case flip-flops!Continue reading
Collaboration is key to success
While some actors have said that acting is a lonely experience; on the other hand, filmmaking is a team effort, where collaboration is key to success.Continue reading
No shortcuts in making a Short Film!
As producers, we are very excited that our first short film “Vishwamitri Villas” is ready and submitted to film festivals.Continue reading
3 Peepul Productions: It’s all about the Peepul (people)!
Founded by Neena Arora, Suchitra Parikh and Priya Krishnaswamy, 3 Peepul’s name was chosen with the utmost consideration, drawing inspiration from the Peepul tree, which is native to Indian subcontinent.Continue reading