Mita Vashisth Appointed Chairperson of Haryana’s Entertainment Council

In a pivotal moment for Haryana’s entertainment industry, the state government has designated the accomplished film actress Mita Vashisth as the new chairperson of the governing council entrusted with the responsibility of supervising the implementation of the Haryana Film and Entertainment Policy. This significant development arises from the untimely loss of the beloved actor, director, and producer, Satish Kaushik, who formerly occupied this position. Mita Vashisth’s illustrious career in the realm of entertainment, coupled with her unwavering dedication to the craft, renders her an ideal selection for this esteemed role.

Mita Vashisth’s journey in the entertainment world stands as a testament to her remarkable talents. Spanning several decades, her career has etched a lasting impression on Indian cinema, television, theater, and various other creative domains. Originating from Pune, Maharashtra, Mita embarked on her acting career, swiftly ascending to prominence owing to her exceptional abilities. Her extensive portfolio boasts roles in 43 films, numerous television serials, web series, and theater productions.

Furthermore, Mita has made substantial contributions as a visiting faculty member at renowned institutions such as the National School of Drama (NSD), the National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), the National Institute of Design (NID), and the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII). Her invaluable efforts in nurturing emerging talent have continued to inspire and shape the aspirations of the next generation of artists.

The governing council, entrusted with the vital role of ensuring the effective implementation of the Haryana Film and Entertainment Policy, comprises a diverse array of individuals, each bringing unique insights and expertise to the table. Its membership includes the Administrative Secretary of the Tourism Department, the Administrative Secretary of the Art and Cultural Affairs Department, the Vice-Chancellor of the State University of Performing and Visual Art in Rohtak, and the Media Adviser to the Chief Minister. Additionally, the council features seven non-official nominees appointed by the state government, collectively contributing to the policy’s success and the advancement of Haryana’s vibrant entertainment industry.