Sound & Vision Studios was founded by Leela Ghosh around 1993, a professional singer, English teacher and an Advertising & Tourism professional who shot to fame as one of the finest dubbing directors in the country due to her deep knowledge of Indian culture and the performing arts. She was a celebrated singer having released several albums in a variety of Indian languages and having performed live all over the world.
Her knowledge of multiple languages, talent for adaptation, creativity, attention to detail and extreme professionalism led to the birth of SVS. From translation to adaptation to casting and direction, she did it all, and single handedly developed these services into an art form. The love and respect she garnered over the years through her hard work and dedication has seen SVI through the growth it has achieved over the years.
A few noteworthy achievements along the way....1995
Sony Award for the longest running serial" The Young and The Restless".1996
Sagar International Award for "Alif Laila" and "Krishna".1999
RAPA Award for the best dubbed programme "The Mask"
RAPA Award for the best title song for our maiden production "Bollywood Bengali".
Ms. Leela Ghosh was awarded the Dadasaheb Phalke Award, for her contribution to the field of dubbing2017
Indian Recording Arts Academy Awards 2017
(Awarded for excellence in Recording Arts for Best ADR (Dialogue & Dubbing) & Surround Mix Studio))
Mona Shetty felicitated with the Times Power Women - West India 2018
award as a Voice Artiste , Voice Coach & Localisation Specialist