Late producer N N Sippy, best known for films like supernatural thriller Woh Kaun Thi (1964), the musical Sargam (1979), action films Kalicharan and Fakira (both 1976) and the comedy Chor Machaye Shor (1974). N N Sippy also known to have worked with directors like Subhash Ghai, whom he gave a break to direct their first films. His son Pravesh Sippy is known for his work on My Home India (2019), The Square Circle (1996) and Meri Jung (1985). After studying Films at the San Francisco Art Institute and assisting fabled editor duo Waman-Guru, Pravesh produced super hit Hindi movies and subsequently forayed into international co-production ventures, like Indo-Finnish film The Real Mc-Coy (1999).This year winning Hearts with film like River Of Love that has won several accolades in various film festivals.
While the father ,N N Sippy lived creating a history, worthy son Pravesh Sippy is making all efforts to keep the history of his work alive. In all his efforts to keep the banner floating and staying in news Pravesh is putting his best efforts to keep fans of N N Sippy Productions connected to the work that his father contributed as a pioneer film producer of bollywood.
As a part of effort Pravesh Sippy is very much involved to drawing eye balls to “The Lonavala International Film Festival India (LIFFI) 2020” which is paying tribute to the late film producer NN Sippy by screening his films Woh Kaun Thi? (1964), Gumnaam (1965), Chor Machaye Shor (1974), Fakira (1976), Devata (1978) and Sargam (1979).
Celebrating life and times of his father , NN Sippy’s son, producer Pravesh Sippy, spoke to Studio CarryOnHarry about how the transition from one generation is moving on to next level.