Nitin S Adsul is an award-winning producer/director/writer. Born in India, Nitin grew up in Mumbai and has lived in Australia and Singapore before moving to the United States. Since childhood, Nitin had a keen interest in arts, science, spiritual secrets, and film making. His first achievement in Art-entertainment was in Singapore when he proposed the idea of forming the Indian Orchestra group for Marathi music. With like-minded friends, a group was formed in the Marathi Indian Association of Singapore in 1997. Nitin participated actively with the group during its first year from gathering artists, musicians, singers, conducting practice sessions, to the final preparation of the event. In 2005 he co-founded film company 'EastWest Films' with his good friends and American partners Clark Macmillan, Darrel Cox, and Rupesh Mahajan, 'EastWest Films' produced its first feature film 'Prayer Life' in 2007. It received worldwide Release and has won the 'wysiwyg Christian Film Festival Jury Award' and The 'Redemptive Film Festival Storyteller Award'. In 2007 he started practicing yoga-meditation and started research on secrets of spiritual laws/universal energy. He then wrote, produced his directorial debuted documentary feature film 'Kundalini', the energy of Consciousness. The film has won several awards on the film festival circuit all over the world. By 2011 Nitin formed Spiritual media company '7 Dots Media' and also became a certified personal life coach. He integrated his services of life coaching with his unique meditation techniques to help heal emotional and physical challenges within a person to move forward in life. In 2015 he made the award-winning feature film 'Partu'. Nitin Won Filmfare award for best story on 'Partu'. He also won the director award to Partu as best film at 'Hidden Gems Film Festival, Canada. The movie won the 'Best Film - Audience choice' award at 'DC South Asian film festival' and 'Best Actor' award at 'Pune International Film festival'. 'Partu' has received multiple nominations in acting, writing, film, and music categories. In 2020 Nitin made an episodic show on his Filmmaker's journey called 'MyKundalini'.
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