Andrologista Imed’s life in a ‘totally bizarre’ new film
Andrologist Imed Shah’s life is now complete.
The 41-year-old medical doctor, whose real name is Shri Praveen Gogoi, will be celebrated by his family on November 7.
The film will be shot by Imed and his family in their home in Hyderabad and their family’s home in Mumbai.
Imed has worked for the National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO) for 25 years.
His family will celebrate his life in Mumbai on November 14.
His film, which will be released on November 15, is based on his work and the many challenges he faced.
Imd is a social activist and activist.
He was a co-founder of the NGO Indus Water Foundation and was a trustee of the Indus Waters Trust, a foundation that supports India’s national waterways.
The film will also focus on the challenges faced by women in the country.
Imed is a practising Hindu and the family is happy to celebrate his ‘life in a completely bizarre’ film.
He will be remembered for his activism and for his passion for health and wellness.
Imd has been the founder and president of the National Andrology Centre, which provides treatment and counselling for hymenectomies, gynecological, reproductive, and sexual health services.
He is also a trustee and member of the advisory committee of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS).
He was also the chairman of the board of directors of the Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), a health technology company.
He was also a member of India’s National Board of Film Certification (NFBCL), which certifies films and films based on India’s film industry.
Imad is survived by his wife, Dr Kavita; daughter, Shruti; son, Ashutosh; and his wife and step-daughter.