G-Vision is a group of art loving N.R.I Keralites based in U.A.E . G-Vision intends to create opportunities for the people working in Gulf who are talented in cultural fields, but can't get the right medium to express their talents just because they are away from the motherland. At the same time G-Vision intends to associate with or produce only those projects, which would highlight the age-old tradition of India and Kerala in particular.

In, 2009 UAE based media production house with a lot of award winning telefilms to its credit,G-Vision is coming out with yet another stellar venture " A Journey To Shangri-La ". This can be better described as a Docufiction or Travelogue film rather than a " Documentary".
Previous Projects:

G-Vision has been making television programmes since 2004. First project was a Gulf-based popular programme called 'Pinnitta Pathakal', showcasing the success stories of various Keralite entrepreneurs in U.A.E. This programme was telecasted on Asianet main channel as well as in its news channel later owing to the popular demand. This was scripted by Mr. Ajay Bose and directed by Mr. Nibu Perettill who has directed several programmes for Doordarshan.


"Arivukalkkappuram" (Telecinema) was telecasted on Asianet Main Channel. Directed by
Nibu Perettil,it is a story based on the deteriorating values of modern day world. This telecinema bagged many awards and was hailed as one among the best telecinemas ever produced in the history of Malayalam language. Recently, this telecinema bagged three prestigious awards from Film Critics TV Awards. The script was done by Mr.Kadakkavoor Ajaybose. He has scripted Airmail, Satyameva jayathe (Telifilims) and written more than 10 dramas for various dramatic societies. He was honoured with the NANA Magazine Award in 1996-97, Asianet Award in 2000, Gramasree Awards and many more.


"Manavam" (Devotional Songs) Audio CD Released by Kerala Chief Minister
Sri.V S Achuthanandan on September14th 2008 at Sivagiri Mutt, Varkala


"Kumaranasante Veenapoov" (Telecinema).It is inspired by the immortal influence of Kumaranasan's Veenapoovu. Sri. Kaikkara V. Reji is the producer of the venture. The central theme of this story is symbolically presented as the love between a flower and a black beetle. The flower personifies a damsel and the black beetle her lover, who hails from a lower caste.

The story is set in a typical Kerala village of modern time. Scholars believe that there are many events in Asan's life that finds reflection in his poetic creations. Screenplay by Kadakkavur Ajayabose and directed Nibu Perettil, Veenapoov was telecast on Kairali Main Channel (Onam) on 4th September 2009.