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Asad Ali
Video Editor, Motion Graphics Artist

Started working on motion graphics in school.

Figured to make it a career. So here we are.

Crimes Against Women Part I: How did we end up here?
Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy

Crimes Against Women Part I: How did we end up here?

Since 1956, the Parliament of India has passed at least 17 Acts to combat the increasing rates of violence committed against women. Despite harsher sentences, the promise of swifter trials, the creation of special courts and officers, over 3.7 lakh cases of crimes against women were registered in 2020. The legal response has not led to a safer India for women. Why? The Criminal Justice team at the Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy analysed over 20 years of data on such crimes, implementation of laws in all States and Union Territories, legislative debates, and did a deep dive into 5 years of judgements passed by the Mumbai Civil & Sessions Court to unpack the deep biases and ineffective systems currently in place. For example, in a case before the Allahabad High Court, a woman alleged that her husband and his family members were demanding dowry; her father in law and brother in law demanded sexual favours from her; and her husband had sexual relations with her against her will. The Court deemed these allegations as ‘abhorring, full of dirt, filthy and venomous.’ Detailed findings from their research are available at A series of videos we will share over the next few days will break these findings down for you. Watch the video above and watch out for more. Read an earlier blog by Naveed Ahmad and Ayushi Sharma that analyses judicial attitudes towards cases of cruelty here:
Introducing Amazon Prime Video Store | Your Early Access 'Ticket' for New Movies | Rent Now
Amazon Prime Video India

Introducing Amazon Prime Video Store | Your Early Access 'Ticket' for New Movies | Rent Now

Introducing Movie Rentals on Amazon Prime Video. Now get early access to latest Indian and International movies along with a rich catalogue of popular movies from around the world on for rental per-movie basis. The Rental Service will be available to all Prime members as well as anyone who is not yet a Prime member. After launching Prime Video Channels last year, this is another significant step towards making all the video entertainment accessible under one roof. Customers will get early access to movies across English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada. The rental service can be accessed via the STORE tab on and the Prime Video app. For more such videos, subscribe to our YouTube channel ► Don't forget to push the Bell 🔔 icon to never miss an update. For more updates, stay connected with us on ► Facebook: ► Twitter: ► Instagram: ► Watch Now: About Amazon Prime Video Prime Video is a premium streaming service that offers Prime members a collection of award-winning Amazon Original series, thousands of movies and TV shows—all with the ease of finding what they love to watch in one place. Find out more at Included with Prime Video: Thousands of acclaimed TV shows and movies across languages and geographies, including Indian films such as Jai Bhim, Shershaah, Toofaan, Sardar Udham, Coolie No. 1, Gulabo Sitabo, Shakuntala Devi, Sherni, Durgamati, Chhalaang, Hello Charlie, Cold Case, Narappa, Sara’s, Sarpatta Parambarai, Kuruthi and Tuck Jagadish, along with Indian-produced Amazon Original series like Mumbai Diaries 26/11, The Last Hour, Paatal Lok, Bandish Bandits, Breathe, Comicstaan Semma Comedy Pa, The Family Man, Mirzapur, Inside Edge and Made In Heaven. Also included are popular global Amazon Originals like The Tomorrow War, Coming 2 America, Cinderella, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, Without Remorse, The Wheel of Time, American Gods, One Night in Miami, Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan, The Boys, Hunters, Cruel Summer, Fleabag, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and many more, available for unlimited streaming as part of a Prime membership. Prime Video includes content across Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Punjabi and Bengali. Instant Access: Prime Members can watch anywhere, anytime on the Prime Video app for smart TVs, mobile devices, Fire TV, Fire TV stick, Fire tablets, Apple TV and multiple gaming devices. Prime Video is also available to consumers through Airtel and Vodafone pre-paid and post-paid subscription plans. In the Prime Video app, Prime members can download episodes on their mobile devices and tablets and watch anywhere offline at no additional cost. Enhanced experiences Make the most of every viewing with 4K Ultra HD- and High Dynamic Range (HDR)-compatible content. Go behind the scenes of your favourite movies and TV shows with exclusive X-Ray access, powered by IMDb. Save it for later with select mobile downloads for offline viewing. Included with Prime Prime Video is available in India at no extra cost with Prime membership for just ₹1499 annually or ₹179 monthly. New customers can find out more at and subscribe to a free 30-day trial. #AmazonPrimeVideoStore #RentNow #EarlyAccessOnPrime
Away From Home | Discovering the Andaman Islands : Episode 1

Away From Home | Discovering the Andaman Islands : Episode 1

Away From Home | Discovering the Andaman Islands | Way Back Home - Chapter II, on June 8, 2016 World Oceans Day, as part of TheVibeOriginals. In the Second Chapter of Way Back Home titled Away From Home: Discovering the Andaman Islands, filmmaker Rohan Thakur teams up with coral reef researcher Nayantara Jain to explore the Andaman Islands of India. The series walks through an immersive experience, soaking in the sights, sounds and activities of the local Andamanis. Way Back Home is a first-of-its-kind travelogue on India as it trails young, authentic, passionate travellers embarking on a road to self-discovery. Episode 1 : Tara picks up Rohan and Bharati from the airport, before embarking on a ten-hour ferry "Dering" to the Little Andamans. As they set sail, they witness a school of dolphins giving them company, before they reach Little Andamans. Here they discover Andamans' famed forests with trees the size of "three-storied buildings," and some of the most surreal sights and sounds, such as "The Big Waterfall." Filmed and Edited By: Rohan Thakur & Bharati Bahrani  Host: Nayantara Jain Producer: George Abrao Creative Producer: Anushka Sani Line Producer: Hayat Sadri Music: Rohan Thakur TheVibe team : Kartik Rao, Shreedhar Bhende  Post Production & Packaging: Amrit Ramakrishnan & Asad Ali  Drone & Underwater Filming: Burma Boating, Sumer Verma   Executive Producer: Asad Abid Sound Mixing: Ashwin Sridhar, Amrut Sathe Graphic Design: Afshan Rehman CFO - SLF Media: Philip Thomas To Subscribe to TheVibe : Like TheVibe on Facebook for all updates: Follow TheVibe on Instagram: Reach out to TheVibe on Twitter: Tune into TheVibe: Mail to Partner & Contribute :
Baaki Baatein Peene Baad - Arjun Kanungo feat. Badshah | Nikke Nikke Shots | Party Song of The Year
Sony Music India

Baaki Baatein Peene Baad - Arjun Kanungo feat. Badshah | Nikke Nikke Shots | Party Song of The Year

India’s newest Pop Music heartthrob #ArjunKanungo releases his debut single “Baaki Baatein Peene Baad” featuring the Rap superstar, Badshah ! With lyrics by Mayur Puri – the lyricist of Bollywood chartbusters like Selfie Le Le Re, ABDC 2 and Happy New Year, and rap by Badshah of DJ Waley Babu, Saturday Saturday, Abhi Toh Party Shuru Hui Hai & Aaj Raat Ka Scene fame – this is song is sure to get your party started! To take this a notch up, the sizzling Carla Denis shares a scorching chemistry with Arjun Kanungo So, kaafi ho gayi bak bak. #BaakiBaateinPeeneBaad! 👉 Subscribe To Sony Music India - Song Name - Baaki Baatein Peene Baad Singer - Arjun Kanungo & Badshah Composer - Arjun Kanungo, Ludwig Lindell, Ylva Dimberg Lyricists – Mayur Puri Rap Lyrics - Badshah Music Production - Caesar-Loui Mix Engineer - Ludwig Lindell Mastered by P.A. Deepak Music Label - Sony Music Entertainment India Pvt. Ltd. Publishers - Sony Music Entertainment India Pvt. Ltd., The Kennel AB administered by Universal Music Publishing Video Produced by Supari Studios Director - Akshat Gupt Executive Producer - Advait Gupt Line Producer : Sumit Gyanchandaney DOP - Anuj Samtani Choreographer - Ruel Dausan Varindani (I am Hip Hop) Chief AD - Mohit Bhasin Associate Producers - Manoti Jain, Mitali Sharma, Ankita Shetty, Tara Kapur Asst. Directors - Niren Bhavanani, Mazhar Ali Lalani, Asad Ali (Post), Aroonabha Ghose Asst. DOP - Siddharth Vasani, Sanket Dolas, Alpesh Parmar Art Director - Durgaprasad Mahopatra Costume Stylist - Kshitij Kankaria Asst. Stylist - Nikhil, Sana, Khyati Makeup & Hair - Sana Khan Makeup & Hair for Supporting Cast - Satyaram Chaudhry VFX Head & Post Supervision - Aditya Tawde (Post Office) Colourist - Rahil Merchant (Prime Focus) Offline Editor - Vaishak Ravi Motion Graphics - Adarsh Panicker, Mihir Lele, Kunal Prabhu, Asad Ali © 2015 Sony Music Entertainment India Pvt. Ltd. Subscribe: Vevo - Like us: Facebook: Follow us: Twitter: G+:
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