Seher Aly Latif, the co-founder of Mutant movies was recognized for her kindness and laughter and her impeccable physique of labor. She was recognized for producing Swara Bhasker’s Netflix sequence Bhaag Beanie Bhaag and in addition for working as a casting director in a number of movies like Lunchbox and Monsoon Shootout.
She started her profession as a casting director and labored on a number of worldwide tasks like Eat, Pray, Love, Furious7, Viceroy’s House, Sense 8 and extra. In addition to this, she was additionally the manager producer on films like Akshay Kumar’s Gold, Vidya Balan’s Shakuntala Devi and Noblemen.
Seher’s work has left ripples within the business in the direction of recent and new beginnings and thus the gifted Seher Aly Latif is being remembered and mourned by the college and the alumni group of The Social Communications Media Department (SCMSophia) of Sophia Smt.Manorama Devi Somani College as part of Sophia Polytechnic. The faculty believes that her early life as a pupil on campus ready her for the world and the faculty has due to this fact determined to memorialize her on the campus with a totally refurbished studio flooring impressed and named after her. A 2,000 sq ft house within the head of Mumbai is devoted to her. The flooring may have a state-of-the-art massive broadcast information studio with a fully-equipped manufacturing management room with audio visible projection amenities and a smartboard, two modifying suites, an audio recording and mixing suite, and a breakout room for college students.
Dia Mirza, an in depth good friend of hers says, “Seher was always a firm believer in a strong foundation – a foundation built on a good education, and versatile experiences in life and at work.” Her close friend and co-founder of Mutant Films, Shivani Saran says, “The SCMSophia Seher Latif Memorial Studio is not only a gesture of gratitude from somebody who at all times credited SCM for shaping her into the filmmaker the world is aware of her as, however is supposed to be a tribute to Seher’s extraordinary life and generosity.”