The Bollywood International Screenwriting Competition is thrilled to announce that Nora Johansen, the 1st place winner of the 2022 competition, has sold her winning screenplay to a major Bollywood film studio. Her powerful and moving story of a young handicapped girl growing up in the streets of Mumbai and her fight to become a singer has captured the hearts of all who have read it.
“Winning the Bollywood International Screenwriting Competition and selling my screenplay to a major studio is a dream come true. I am incredibly grateful for the opportunity and can’t wait to see my story come to life on the big screen,” says Nora Johansen.
The Bollywood International Screenwriting Competition is a biannual competition that accepts entries all year long. Each competition aims to provide the best screenplays with industry exposure and opportunities for success. The competition is proud to have played a part in Nora’s incredible achievement and looks forward to discovering more talented writers in the future.
The Bollywood International Screenwriting Competition continues to be a platform for emerging screenwriters to showcase their talent and make their mark in the industry. The success of Nora Johansen serves as an inspiration to all aspiring writers and demonstrates the potential of the competition to launch careers and bring powerful stories to the screen.
For more information on the Bollywood International Screenwriting Competition and to submit your entry, please visit https://bollywoodscreenwriting.com/. The website provides detailed information on the competition’s rules, guidelines, and how to apply.
About The Bollywood International Screenwriting Competition
The Bollywood International Screenwriting Competition is a world-class event that invites writers from all over the globe to participate. The competition welcomes entries from all genres and languages, including Thriller, Western, Horror, Musical, Comedy, Action/Adventure, Romantic Comedy, Drama, Sci-fi, Fantasy and more. Whether you’re a writer from Bollywood, Hollywood, Nihon Eiga, U.K., China, South Korea, France, Germany, Spain, Australia or Mexico, this competition is open to all. The goal of the competition is to provide a stepping stone for forward-looking writers, producers, directors and actors to join the global economy, drive innovation and spur growth. It’s a great opportunity to showcase your talent and be recognized by the industry.