Studio 18 VP production Chitra Subramaniam quits

MUMBAI: Studio 18 vice president production Chitra Subramaniam has put in her papers at the company on 4 April. Subramaniam is currently serving a 45 days’ notice period.

Confirming the development to, The Indian Film Company and Studio 18 CEO Sandeep Bhargava says, "There has been a lot of growth in the entertainment sector and a lot of companies have opened up, so talent movement is bound to be there. Chitra has been a part of the company since its early days and we wish her the very best."

Subramaniam joined the company in September 2006. As a part of her work, she facilitated various projects for Studio 18, including movies with Priyadarshan, Sanjay Gadhvi, Anurag Basu, Anurag Kashyap, Onir and Sooni Taraporewala. All films with the above mentioned directors are yet to go on the floors, except for Little Zizou.

When contacted, Subramaniam did not cite any particular reason for leaving Studio 18. "I am happy to have been a part of Studio 18’s growth. I have had a great working experience here. I will be taking a short sabbatical now," says Subramaniam.