Jayan Moodley Women’s Month Focus | Newsbreak Lotus

Taking her shot at film producing and directing, while making a mark on the big screen is Durban film producer and director, Jayan Moodley. The 46-year-old Bachelor of Science graduate, decided to take on the film world and has become one of the most successful women in the industry. With the Keeping Up With The Kandasamys franchise continuing to amuse and enthral audiences, Moodley has set an example for other female producers and directors to follow in her path.

In Women’s Month focus, Newsbreak Lotus’ Shanell Daniel delves deeper into Jayan Moodley’s remarkable journey.

Keeping Up With The Kandasamys Jayan Moodley
The remarkable journey of South African of Indian-origin Jayan Moodley, who continues to bring quality entertainment to the world.

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