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Congratulations to Golden Globe Nominee "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel"

The Prime Original series "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" picked up a Golden Globe nomination for Best Television Series (Musical or Comedy). Check out photos from the show and browse our Golden Globes Guide for the full list of nominees.

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Sonchidi Director
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 2015 Chitrashala (Short)
 2015 Lal Bhi Udhaas Ho Sakta Hai (Documentary)
 2013 Venice 70: Future Reloaded (Documentary)
 2013 Field-Trip (Short)
 2012 The Museum of Imagination (Short)
 2011 Sonchidi
 2010 Nainsukh
 2007 To Be Continued (Short)
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 2015 Chitrashala (Short)
 2011 Sonchidi (writer)
 2010 Nainsukh
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 2011 Sonchidi
 2010 Nainsukh
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 2015 Chitrashala (Short) (producer)
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 2015 Chitrashala (Short) (sound designer)

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