Agneya Singh is an Indian Filmmaker, screenwriter, producer, photographer, and journalist. He took birth and got raised in
New Delhi. He completed his schooling from the prestigious Springdales School. His mother is the versatile journalist and political commentator, Seema Mustafa and the Editor-in-Chief of The Citizen, a digital newspaper she founded.
He has been fascinated with cinema ever since childhood and wanted to become a part of the film Industry. He began his journey into the film world by working as a photographer and documentary filmmaker. He later enrolled in the NYU, Tisch School of the Arts where he also assisted the veteran filmmaker, Lynne Sachs, and worked as a projectionist in the experimental Film Department at
Several Film Festivals and Media Showcases screened Agneya's various Documentaries, films, and videos. Singh is best known for writing and directing the Film ‘
M Cream’ for which he worked with
Barry John Acting Studio for the casting.
He wrote and directed the film which is a feature film with actors like Shah,
Ira Dubey, Barry John, and
Tom Alter amongst others. The film is about four friends who set out in pursuit of a mythical drug. The film first screened at the Rhode Island International Film Festival in 2014 and received the ‘Best Feature Film’ award.
The Film traveled to several Film Festivals at the international level. ‘M Cream’ was released theatrically in India in July in 2016. Currently, Singh is the Managing Director of Agniputra Films, A Photo-Journalist in The Citizen, New Delhi.
He worked as the Public Service Broadcasting Trust Officer, in 2007. Singh was the Administrative Director of Wired Monkeys Productions, in 2008 for two years in New York. Agneya Singh is an intelligent, well-read, passionate and observant individual.
His talent and dedication are reflected in his cinema, implicitly drawn on the certain shades of human character and feelings find a great balance in his voyage. Singh shows deep interest by the human emotions, feelings, and sentiments.
While growing up the realization of the futility of idealism struck him that youngsters are someone who aims to examine life from a unique perspective. Agneya says that making a film is a creative process which involves a lot of research and perfection in putting one’s energy into making a story stand out on screen. Agneya has set a high standard for the future of Indian cinema and has left an imprint in the Bollywood.