*Filmmaker, Producer Mr. Deepanshu Gogia Ready To Launch As Musician Very Soon!!!*


(Spin Digit Editorial):- New Delhi, Delhi Jan 28, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Deepanshu Gogia, an acclaimed filmmaker and producer will soon show his skills as a musician. Deepanshu Gogia, the creative mind behind Grappale Studios, was born in Delhi, India.

Grapple Studios is a full-fledged pre to post-production studio for filmmakers, with all of the tools they’ll need to make movies.

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Many obstacles came in his way but he did not give up. He has the honor to work with many critically acclaimed people from the music industry, including Shirley Setia, Kanika Kapoor, Payal dev, Neeti Mohan, Jubin Nautiyal, Parry G, Juggy Sandhu, Aditya dev, and much more.
Deepanshu Gogia has an extraordinary early life journey. Gogia, who was born in a Punjabi Family was not really a fan of studying. Instead, he had a creative instinct, which he used in freelancing editing, Graphic design, VFX (Visual effects), and other creative things. He learned all the editing skills and VFX from YouTube while he was studying in school. He started working when he was only 17 years old.

Deepanshu Gogia took a step forward to fulfill his dream of working in Bollywood and started working as a freelancer post-production editor. On the sets, he got his hands-on experience on many skills including Cinematography, Direction, etc. After one year of struggle in the city of Dreams Mumbai, Deepanshy Gogia started his brainchild Grapple Studios. He did not take any funding for the studio, rather he used his hard-earned money to set it up.
Deepanshu also has a piece of advice for young people who want to make their dreams come true. “Know your audience, find gaps in the industry and learn from your mistakes.”
The multi-talented entrepreneur is now ready to show his music skills by stepping into the music industry. We can’t wait to listen to his music.


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