UTV MD Siddharth Roy Kapur to deliver closing address at Harvard India Conference
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Siddharth Roy Kapur, the Managing Director - Studios of Disney UTV, has been invited to address the students and faculty at the prestigious Harvard India Conference hosted by the Harvard Business School in Boston. The theme of the conference is India vs India: Local Strength or Global Growth. Siddharth will speak on Indian Cinema's trajectory over the past decade, with a focus on what the future holds for the largest film producing nation in the world. He will discuss the evolution of this extremely dynamic and high growth market as the Indian film industry strikes a balance between nurturing the massive domestic opportunity and scaling it to greater heights internationally.
"It's a huge honour to represent the Indian film fraternity on this platform. Indian films today are being made with a keen eye on a global palate and we have seen a steadily growing acceptance for our movies from international audiences. It will be interesting to share experiences with the students and faculty at Harvard and to engage with them in what I hope is a productive discussion about how to further enhance the footprint of Indian content around the world."
The India Conference at Harvard brings together business leaders, government officials and philanthropists to engage with Harvard students and professors on a global platform. Siddharth will feature amongst a roster of global luminaries to embrace the most powerful reality of India: that there is no single, universal Indian narrative.
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