Sanal George is an Indian sound architect and creation sound blender who is situated in Mumbai. He is the beneficiary of the 65th National Film Award of India for Best Sound Design for the component film Walking with the Wind. He was additionally granted the Asian Film Academy cooperation in 2013 as a feature of the Busan International Film Festival, Busan, South Korea. Sanal was granted the Kerala State Television Award 2016 for the Malayalam short film Chaver.
Sanal George hails from Peruvannamuzhi close to Calicut, Kerala. He finished his graduation prior to taking up his post-graduation course in Sound Recording and Design from the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune. While at FTII, he was granted the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) and Resul Pookutty Foundation Scholarship for scholastic greatness.
He began his profession as an Assistant Sound Mixer in Shashant Shah’s ‘Chalo Dilli’ in 2010. Throughout the long term, he has worked in different tasks including however not restricted to highlight films, short movies and narratives as Sound Designer and Production Sound Mixer. He was related with Aamir Khan’s film Dangal as an associate sound recordist to Subhadeep Mitra.
He was the beneficiary of the 65th National Film Award of India for Best Sound Design for the Ladakhi-language highlight film Walking with the Wind, delivered in the year 2017. Resul Pookutty communicated his happiness over George’s success featuring that he was the victor of the Resul Pookutty-IIFA Foundation Scholarship.
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Sanal George was one of the 200 graduated class of the Film and Television Institute of India (FTTI) in Pune who have composed a letter to the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting communicating objection over the foundation’s choice to never again permit heads of divisions to be a piece of the scholarly council.The letter, which has been endorsed by various noticeable graduated class including Academy Award victor Resul Pookutty, movie chiefs Anoop Singh and a few others.