Ojaswwee is an Indian Filmmaker widely known for producing content that’s rooted in reality and raises pertinent issues. While his repertoire ranges from television shows to features, it’s the short films told in his characteristic serious tone that have won him international repute.
Rights from feature-documentary Admitted, short documentaries - SCARS: After A 100 Years Of Jallianwala Bagh Massacre and Samarpan - to short films Chaurassi, Ungli, Rooh, Badalti Soch, Zubaan, The Last Date, Loneliness, Butter Toast, Lucky Kabootar, The Dichotomy of Hope, The Tide of Time and Bodybuilding The Indian Way, Ojaswwee's films have successfully made representation to more than 31 prestigious International Film Festivals.
Ojaswwee deftly knits social issues into fiction narratives and campaigns with wide reach through his channel RFE TV. As Coronavirus hit the globe, his was for first campaign in the Northern India on Preventive measures that tapped in eminent personalities from of various walks of life.
Ojaswwee handpicks subjects for his documentaries with an emphasis to make it an equal world. While his productions say subjects close to his heart, he is as much into commercial world. He’s directed the television show Chaa Da Cup, and Television Film Lucky Kabootar.
Making strides in his cinematic journey, Ojaswwee is the India Festival Head For Sikhlens: Sikh Arts & Film Festival that brought world class cinema touching Sikh identity to Chandigarh.
Ojaswwee is the Co-Founder & Director of Pinaka Mediaworks LLP (Leading Film Production House in Chandigarh) and Rolling Frames Entertainment – an online publishing platform for films and videos, popularly known as RFE TV– Chandigarh’s home grown Digital Video Entertainment Network.
Ojaswwee’s key strength lies in planning and producing video-driven campaigns across various lengths and genres ranging from cinematic films to video commercials, documentaries, talk shows and promos produced for theatrical distribution, television, internet and mobile platforms across enterprises of all scales. He promotes film and video projects of a wide range of budgets and promotes fresh regional talent.