New Delhi, December 8 ( ANI ): Hrithik Roshan recently inaugurated a virtual cinema academy in association with Subhash Ghai's institute, Whistling Woods International, in Mumbai.
What does WWI stand for?
WWI stands for Whistling Woods International (India)
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The current Governing council members are: Film Federation Of India, Film and Television Producers Guild of India, National Film Development Corporation, Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry, AP Film Chambers, California Film Commission, Office of the Mayor of the City of Los Angeles , MovieLabs, Technicolor India, DQ Entertainment, Reliance MediaWorks, Prime Focus, Peter Law Group, Whistling Woods International, Film and Television Institute of India, University of Southern California--- School of Cinematic Arts, UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television and Motion Picture Dist.
The agreements in this regard was signed between CBSE Chairman Vineet Joshi and Whistling Woods International with whom they are partnering for the Mass Media courses and between the CBSE and Rolta India Ltd.
Shammi Kapoor, who was the chief guest at the third convocation ceremony of Whistling Woods International, a film institute in Mumbai, said his falling health couldn't impede his excitement to get back to work after 10 years.