Light N Light joins twofour54

Bollywood film and TV lighting company launches first branch outside India
The welcome event at Abu Dhabi's Dusit Thani hotel.
The welcome event at Abu Dhabi's Dusit Thani hotel.


Twofour54’s partner, Light N Light, has launched its first branch outside of India at a welcome event held at Abu Dhabi’s Dusit Thani hotel last week.

Light N Light joins twofour54’s campus as an end-to-end service provider having worked on film and TV lighting projects for the best production houses in Bollywood. With more than 4,000 commercials, 200 Bollywood films and over 20 International films under its belt, this is the first ever expansion outside of India for Light N Light, which has three branches in Mumbai, New Delhi and Hyderabad.

The welcome event was attended by twofour54’s acting CEO, Maryam Al Mheiri along with special guests Arbaaz Khan and Prakash Jha. Also in attendance were well known Bollywood producers and directors, Deepa Motwani, Riyaz Menon, Vishnu Rao, Priya Seth, Gopal Shah and Sudeep Chatterjee.

Maryam Al Mheiri commented: “India is a key market for Abu Dhabi, and twofour54 continues to cultivate this relationship with the Indian film production industry. Through our combination of production services, unique locations and 30 per cent rebate incentive scheme, we are proud to have attracted several Bollywood film including Baby, Bang Bang and most recently Dishoom.

Founder and owner of Light N Light, Nasir Hussain, added: “What makes twofour54 stand out is the focus on quality content creation through collaborative partnerships. I can see many opportunities for this with Light N Light and I look forward to working together to serve both the Middle Eastern and Indian markets."

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