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By RK Rishikesh Sinha, New Delhi

Henryy & Dolby

When the economic slowdown was on its zenith point and entrepreneurs world over were feeling the pinch of the slowdown, young Turks Henryy Sinha and Dolby were busy finalizing the nitty-gritty of their new enterprise Henryy& Dolby Motion Pictures.

Henryy& Dolby Motion Pictures is India’s first Profile filmmakers, claims Henryy Sinha and Dolby to their new venture. Like many new entrants into the world of business the top guns would be concentrating on multiple verticals of business.

The Henryy& Dolby Motion Pictures will be concentrating on making films on Profiles, Corporates, and on such social issues which need urgent attention, said the partners explaining the areas where their baby-project would be venturing into. Both the partners, Henryy Sinha and Dolby affirm that they also intend to cover and promote the Indian Rock Bands.

How a Bishnupriya Manipuri Henryy Sinha and a Punjabi munda Dolby have come together in establishing a project called Henryy& Dolby Motion Pictures? They say, it is their commonality that both of them share on many things near and dear to their heart as well as passion for creating ‘something’. “We both are big fans of Tarantino, Clint Eastwood and Hitchcock. Creativity in our films will be influenced by our liking for the same brand of music. Dream Theater, Pearl Jam, Iron Butterfly are some of our inspiration. You might see a glimpse of these influences in our films,” says Henryy Sinha.

Their chemistry besides being based on the school of The Blair Witch Project genre of film-making which they both belong to, is on ground of mutual compatibility plus the professional expertise and training that they both have.

To begin with, Dolby has many hats on his big shoulders. A Bachelor in Fine Arts with high Honours, Dolby is a Gold medalist and has worked on brands like Barista, Van Gogh Preferred banking (ABN AMRO), Philips and Mufti. He has under his belt to work with creative outfits like GE Capital International Services, Q2A, and as a Creative Consultant and Chief of Visualizers.

Explaining about Henryy Sinha, Samir Emmanuel, Art Director JWT, once said: Henryy has tremendous depth in understanding how communication works. He is full of ideas. Together we have done some great work together for brands like Dainik Bhaskar and DesiMartini!

The same thought was shared by Rajan Verma, Brand Manager, JK Lakshmi Cements Limited. “An eccentric, energetic enterprising, go getter who gives the best,” Verma said.

Henryy Sinha has worked with leading advertising agencies like K Factor, Everest, Iris Worldwide and TBWA India. And have offered brand solutions to niche brands like National Geographic Channel, The History Channel, Pedigree, Adidas, JK Laxmi Cement, Dainik Bhaskar, and Fortune Hotels (ITC).

His greatest moments in life which he never fails to boast of was when he made one of the first ever television commercials for the first Indian Social Networking site, Henryy Sinha has worked with industry captains like Prahlad Kakkar, Shivjeet Kullar, Arvind Bugga, actor Om Puri and Alyque Padamsee.

He has been in the strategic team that launched Dainik Bhaskar in Punjab; the campaign went on to become a record breaking success.

It would be interesting to see how the Bishnupriya Manipuri-Punjabi duo curve a place for themselves in the mad bad world of film making. Remembering that it’s going to be a long and tortuous journey lying ahead.

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  1. All the vey best to Henryy and Dolby Motion Pictures. Wish to see some great stuffs coming our way in the years to come.

  2. It is one of the best news i have received in last few months. I really liked the the logo.. its got an international touch.... i know the creative dexterousness of henryy ... Wish to see things rolling and rocking on his way...

    Wishing adventure and success for this venture...

    bana & sat shree akal..

  3. Best of luck to Henry and Dolby Motion Pictures.....Wish it can grow like a Banyan tree and can support many people providing jobs. Hope this will be real example of inclusive growth....the growth of the itself as well as the society.

    I wish a successful future for this organisation.

  4. Thanks a ton all of you - Brahma da, Prabal and Santosh.
    I have been contemplating this for the last many years. Had to fight many internal demons for it too. However, all is well now and with your blessing, we wish to put up a good show.



  5. May GOD help both Henry & Dolby to fulfill their dreams.


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