The Lux style awards event is dedicated to the Pakistani television, fashion and film industry. From the year 2005, Team NJ did TV direction and production for LSA. In addition to this, in 2017 and 2018, Team NJ was the event activation company as well. Nadeem J. planned and directed the artistic aspects of the production, determined lenses, camera angles and backgrounds. He also advised in the interpretation and delivery of the performance.
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A Cooking show where Pakistan first Master chef winner, Ammara shares her mouth watering recipes in Ramadan and introduced her first cooking book too, which was on aired on Urdu 1. This Task was given to Team NJ Media to execute in 2015.
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You may not know Miranda Bailey’s name, but you probably know her work. As an actress, writer, director and producer, Miranda Bailey has a hand in just about every aspect of the independent film business. Early in her career
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Chalawa is a horror,Suspense drama Starring Naveen Waqar, Ali Ansari, Noor Zafar Khan, Usama Khan in the lead roles, Chalawa wheels around the supernatural story of a young girl who is possessed by birth. The suspense, thrill and fear will keep you on your toes!
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In the 13th century, Yunus Emre takes on a spiritual journey in Anatolia (modern day Turkey) , radically changing his life and becoming a dervish. This project is Dubbed in U rdu language at Team NJ Adaptation. which is on aired on PTV.
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This was Pakistan’s first internet quiz show where 12 amazing kids from all over Pakistan competed for scholarships. The essence of I-Champ was to create an ideal champion of the digital tomorrow; a student who goes off to set the standards for the future children who want to use technology to improve their lives. Nadeem J conceived and executed the whole concept of the show. He coordinated and organized the entire production. He dictated lighting, lenses and camera angles on this production. He also interpreted scripts, selected the cast, and advised in the interpretation and delivery of the performances.
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With The Duke of Burgundy, the cinephilic English director Peter Strickland has made his third — and perhaps best — film to playfully riff on genre conventions. What begins as a bloodless tale of mistress and maid blossoms
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