Author-director wins Global Indian of the Year award

Author-director wins Global Indian of the Year award

Noted author and film director Nikhil Chandwani has been named Global Indian of the Year 2014 in the arts, culture and youth development category by the Global Indian Forum Society.

The 21-year-old author won two prestigious literary awards in 2014 - the "Conspiracy Novel of the Year" award from the American Literary Forum Society for his novel titled "Coded Conspiracy" and the "most promising talent" award from the UK Writers' Forum.
One of his documentary films, "Escape from Kenya", won him several awards.

Chandwani also became the youngest feature film producer of the upcoming Hindi flick, "She-The Movie".

Chandwani, who came out with his first novel titled "I wrote your name in the sky" in 2011, has also written the script of a soon-to-be-released Hollywood film, "Spider in the Window".

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