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Interview with Kanwal Masroor

Idea behind the Video

Kanwal Masroor is one of those entrepreneurs / businessmen who started from the dirt, then carved and crawled their way to success. The goal of the video was simply to get Kanwal Masroor to introduce himself, speak a little about his daily routine and the most important aspect of his life, what keeps him inspired day in and day out to go out there and achieve his goals.

Filming of the Video

Kanwal Masroor's office has quite a mysterious feel to it as the walls are covered with faded away leaf like textures which gave the video a nice and a cinematic look. The premises is also packed with employees all of whom were busy with their given tasks. Some were busy working on their own, some were busy with discussions and some were busy with exploring new possibilities.

All these elements combined, it gave each and every shot a nice little touch which was very interesting to put together for the viewers to see.

Editing of the Video

There's a nice little balanced and controlled feel to the video. Nothing feels like out of the blue or captured purely by going with the flow. Some of the shots are completely static while some of them are moving, so a big challenge was to balance the amount of these two types of shots with the feel and the flow of the video.

Impact of the Video

There's nothing special about this video, it's just a nice little video with comfortable and safe choices. The only take away point is when Mr. Masroor talks about creating Pakistan's first ever PC game which is a huge milestone to achieve if he succeeds before somebody else sneaks away this accolade.

Let's Collaborate

If you shot some footage and need someone to edit the video, I would love to jump on baord and collaborate with you. Have a look at my other works to see my style and experience which I build over the years.

Your Thoughts

Let me know in the comments how you think I could have made this video and it's story much better and much more engaging?
I would really appreciate some constructive criticism in order to become a much better filmmaker and a much better storyteller.