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The Artist


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Puja Mohindra is an actor, writer, and producer.

Her  web series, “Geeta’s Guide To Moving On” was an official selection of the 2016 New York Television Festival and the 2017 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival. 

In March, she had the honor of attending the 2017 SXSW Festival, where she lead and presented  ideas on the topic, "#YoutubeSoBrown: Diversity and Digital Storytelling."

Prior to this, she co-created the comedic web series, “Friendly Confines,” which earned awards for Best Comedy Writing and Best Ensemble Acting at the 2013 LA Web Series Festival.

She’s most often recognized for her digital media work, including “Sh*t White Girls Say To Indian Girls” and “To Ashton Kutcher, Love Kimmy Patel."

TV credits include:  "Empire," "Crisis," “Chicago Fire,” “Undercovers,” “CSI: Miami ,” “Three Rivers,” “Miami Medical,” “Ghost Whisperer,” “All My Children,” “Valentine,” and the HBO pilot, “1%."

She is a graduate of Northwestern University, the MFA Acting program at the American Conservatory Theater (A.C.T.), and the Professional Program in Screenwriting at UCLA.

 
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Born For Art


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Born For Art

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