|Known for||Aries Group of Companies|
Roy is also the director of the film DAM999 whose screenplay was added to the permanent core collection in the library of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. His Aries group has taken over actor Mohanlal's Vismayas Max studio complex, Kerala's first DTS studio, situated at Thiruvananthapuram.
Early life and career
Sohan Roy started his career as a marine engineer, and later worked as a marine surveyor at several companies worldwide.
He started Aries Marine & Engineering Services in 1998, as the flagship unit of Aries Group of Companies, an ISO certified naval architecture & marine engineering consultancy in the Middle East that provides a comprehensive range of technical consultancy and project management services to the maritime industry and ship owners worldwide. Headquartered in Sharjah, UAE, Aries Group is now a conglomerate of 53 establishments in 15 countries.
|2011||Dams: The Lethal Water Bombs||English||Director, producer||Documentary|||
|2018||Aickarakkonathe Bhishaguaranmaar (Physicians of Aickarakkonam)||Malayalam||Project design & lyrics|
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