Having just survived the most aggressive cancer known to man, Namrata Singh Gujral is an Indian-American producer, actress, writer and speaker of Sikh faith, who is also a breast cancer survivor (invasive breast cancer in 2008), non-hodgkins lymphoma survivor (burkitt lymphoma in 2013) and a cancer advocate.
For her work as a filmmaker for Warner Bros "1 a Minute", starring Olivia Newton-John, Billy Baldwin, Lisa Ray and many more, Lifetime TV has honored Gujral as one of their "Remarkable Women" making her the first Indian-American to join the ranks of other esteemed notables on the list such as Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton.
Gujral just wrapped acting and directing American Dream, a film starring Satya Bhabha (Lead in Deepa Mehta/Salman Rushdie Midnight's Children and Scott Pilgrim vs. The World), Alex Veadov (Act Of Valor), Ailsa Marshall (Act of Valor) and Omi Vaidya (3 Idiots), currently in post-production.
Gujral's upcoming projects include the comedy 5 Weddings, the dramady Himalayan Rhapsody, the Sci-fI action Still and the war drama Tie That Binds.
Gujral also serves as President of UniGlobe Entertainment, making her the first among her generation of South Asian-Americans in Hollywood, to successfully affiliate her company with a major Hollywood Studio (Warner Bros).
To further her commitment to the cancer cause, Gujral will launch the upcoming The Thrive Channel (TTC). She is currently producing three shows titled Destination Survival, Ultimate Survivor and Celebrity Survivor Tips.