Mukta Arts Review 07-08


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Mukta Arts Review 07-08

  1. 1. Mukta Arts LimitedReview Presentation at AGM on September 29th 2007
  2. 2. Mukta Arts Ltd. Film Production Seven films under various stages of production. Creating a slate of films with different directors, targeted at segmented audiences in Metros, International, mass market. Ramp up from 2-3 films a year to 5-6 this year. Infrastructure & Management Bandwidth has helped increase production. Film library size increased to 26 of which 20 blockbusters.
  3. 3. The Year Ahead Films released/ expected to be released in 07-08  Good Boy Bad Boy (directed by Ashwini Chaudhary)  Cycle Kick (directed by Shashi Sudigala)  Black & White (directed by Subhash Ghai)  Bombay to Bangkok (directed by Nagesh Kukunoor) Films under production  Yuvraj a film by Subhash Ghai with Salman Khan, Anil Kapoor, Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif & others  Right Yaa Wrong a film by Neeraj Pathak with Sunny Deol, Irfan Khan & ors  Kande Pohe a film by Rajiv Patil with Tushar Dalvi, Shilpa Tulaskar, Subhodh Bhave and introducing Sai Tamhankar.  Other films to be announced on October 24th
  4. 4. Film Distribution & Exhibition Nation-wide film distribution network. Nine offices all over India. Real-time, online reporting. Management of exhibition and multiplexes including the PVR, Adlabs and Fun Republic chain in northern India totaling over 50 screens. Acknowledged record of ethical & transparent business practices.
  5. 5. Expansion In Exhibition Booking Agency tie-up with major Multiplex chains include: PVR Adlabs Wave Fun DT Tie-ups with several single screens
  6. 6. Whistling Woods International  First private International film school in India  State-of-the-art training in the fields of Films, TV, Animation & Media Arts  International faculty including active film professionals  Comprehensive curriculum, of international standard, teaching creative, technical and commercial aspects of filmmaking  20 acre site at Film City, Mumbai  Currently 230 students on campus. By 2009 there would be 400 students
  7. 7. Infrastructure20 acre campus 150,000 sq. ft. of built up spaceChoreography/dance workshopActing rehearsal hallsTheatrical make-up roomsConference hall250 seat auditorium30 classrooms with Internet & AVVideo Projection hallsSeminar roomsVideo & Audio library & ArchivesText & periodical libraryPrivate film screening roomsPrivate audio-listening roomsCafeteriaStudents business centreInfirmaryAudition roomsStudent production offices
  8. 8. Technical Infrastructure 40’ x 60’ Film shooting studio 40’ x 60’ Television shooting studio 33 x 64 Multi-purpose studio Digital Photography studios and darkrooms HDV, Broadcast, 35mm & HD Film Cameras Professional lighting systems 48 Track, 5.1 surround Music Recording Studio 96 Track, 5.1 Surround Film Dub Theatre 2 ADR & Foley suites 4 Digital audio workstation suites Midi lab 24-Seat, Non-Linear DV/HDV Edit Lab 5 Non-Linear Film Edit Suites 3 Computer labs Visual effects studio 2D & 3D animation labs Design & Graphics studio Carpentry workshop R&D centre
  9. 9. Academic Advisory Board Direction Cinematography Shyam Benegal Ashok Mehta Karan Johar Vikas Sivraman Ashutosh Gowarikar KK Mahajan Ramesh Sippy Rakeysh Mehra Business of Film & TV Jagmohan Mundra Ronnie Screwvala Subhash Ghai Jagmohan Mundra Mahesh Bhatt Acting Music / Sound Naseeruddin Shah A.R. Rahman Shahrukh Khan Vanraj Bhatia Om Puri Rakesh Ranjan Dilip Kumar Ranjit Barot Shabana Azmi Daman Sood Satish Kaushik Screenplay Writing Performing Arts & Art Akash Khurana Hema Malini Sachin Bhaumick Saroj Khan Kamlesh Pandey AR Rahman Javed Siddiqui Shiamak Davar Javed Akhtar M.F. Hussain Vijay Tendulkar •
  10. 10. International Advisory BoardKANWAL REKHI – President, WWI Foundation, U.S.A. Entrepreneur &Management Guru, Silicon ValleyLORD DAVID PUTTNAMFilm Producer of academy award winning ‘Chariots of Fire’ & other Films like‘Killing Fields’, ‘Local Hero’, ‘Midnight Express’SIR MARTIN SORELLFounder & Chief Executive Officer, WPP GroupSIR CHRISTOPHER BLANDChairman – British TelecomLORD BHIKU PAREKHCentennial Professor London School of EconomicsDR. DEEPAK CHOPRAPracticing Endocrinologist & Founding President of American Association ofAyurvedic MedicineSANDY CLIMANRenowned film producer from Hollywood. Films produced: ‘Aviator’ & ‘Miami Vice’CLARE WISEUK Film Council – Director, International AffairsPARMINDER VIR, OBEFilm & Television producerDEREK WYATTMember of Parliament – UK, Chairman Associate ParliamentaryCommittees Internet, Rugby Union & British Council
  11. 11. Governing CouncilChairman - Anand Mahindra Kiran Karnik President - NASSCOMVice Chairman & Managing Director –Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. Anil Harish Purnendu Chatterjee Founder & Chairman – Advocate – DM Harish & Associates The Chatterjee Group Aroon Purie Pradip Shah Editor in Chief & CEO –India Today Group Director–IndAsia Fund AdvisorsAshok Misra R. RavimohanDirector – Indian Institute of Managing Director &Technology, Bombay CEO – CRISIL Limited
  12. 12. Technology Partners
  13. 13. Affiliations Griffith University and Deakin University- Australia Norway Film Institute- Oslo Seneca College of Applied Arts & Technology- Toronto
  14. 14. WWI - Additional Revenue Streams Introducing short term professional courses by 2008 Off-campus course extensions On-line/ distance learning programmes Leverage IPR and Brand
  15. 15. The Year under review 06-07 Revenues cross Rs. One Billion Top line growth over 130% Twice the largest previous turn over Net Profit over Rs. 140 million 40% interim dividend paid
  16. 16. The Hidden Value The Company’s Brand value The Audeus Commercial complex Communication Centre Fully amortized library of 26 films Fully paid up Key Man Insurance policy WWI land rights, properties and Brand value Intellectual property flowing out of WWI
  17. 17. Mukta Arts Asset: Audeus Commercial Complex  Will help unlock value  No Company investment  Company’s share in FSI estimated at over Rs. 60 crores in value
  18. 18. Cautionary StatementStatements in the Management presentation describing theCompany’s objectives, projections, estimates, expectationsmay be “forward-looking statements” within the meaning ofapplicable securities laws and regulations. The Managementhas based these forward-looking statements on its currentexpectations and projections about future events. Suchstatements involve known and unknown risks, significantchanges in political, economic and business environment inIndia and key markets abroad, tax laws, litigation, labourrelations, exchange rate fluctuations, interest and other costsand may cause the actual results to differ materially.