About Us

Ela is a digital platform for Event Lovers and is known as Event Lovers App. It is an application to connect Event Leaders and Event Lovers. It uses the latest technology and gives you a faster solution. An Event Lover will be able to see different Event Leaders and can choose the best packages. It is backed by an experienced and aggressive team of people who values ethical business principles.

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Ela is a digital platform where you can select the right event leaders in different event type like photography, food and decorations, jewellery and fashions, venues and hotels etc, ELA helps you to save your valuable time, money by giving you a single point solution for your dream event. You can harness the power of technology to make your dream possible within your budget.

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Our Team

George Vargis


A technology specialist, and people mentor with a proven track record of high work capacity, strong execution and transforming for scale. Played a variety of hands on executive roles ranging from CEO, Product Specialist, Business Manager and Consulting Partner. Passionate about propelling organizations to greater levels of success through deep relationships, innovative products and differentiated solutions. Functional expertise in Sales, Marketing, Products, Service, Pricing and Customer Experience driving top line growth. Helped CEOs and business leaders transform business models to scale for growth focus on go-to-market and top line growth.

Basil Thomas

Director - Entertainment

Known media celebrity and entertainment leader for many of events. Has interest in cooking and led cooking programmes in popular channels like Mazhavil Manorama and Asianet. Experience in handling Entertainment in more than 1000 events in the past decade. Acted in many Cinemas and popular serials. Had won the prestigious Verutha Alla BHarya award conducted by Mazhavil Manorama.

Kudamaloor Janardanan

Director - Music

Kudamaloorji’s musical journey as a musician, music composer and a performer has gone beyond the traditional classical Carnatic music. Besides many solo albums, he has composed and orchestrated music for devotional albums, classical dances and background score for motion pictures. Apart from having many published works. Kudamaloor Janardanan is also active in concert circuits in India and abroad. Kudamaloorji has also performed in the National Program of Music organised jointly by All India Radio and Doordarshan.

Rajesh Touchriver

Director - Corporate Events

Rajesh Touchriver, an internationally acclaimed filmmaker, has by now directed films that have won 56 international awards, 3 national awards 4 State Awards and several critical accolades.

His film, ‘Naa BangaaruTalli(2013) that he scripted and directed, fetched what has been eluding the Telugu film industry for more than 25 years – 3 National Awards from the Government of India and 4 Nandi awards (Andhra Pradesh state film awards). Besides, it won 13 International Awards and 15 Official selections in International Film Festivals. He has also served on the jury of 62nd National Film Awards, Govt. of India, 2014 and 65th National Film Awards, Govt. of India, 2017, ALIIF 2016, IIFF 2016.

Rajesh pursued his Masters in Visual Language/ Scenography and Direction from the Wimbledon College of Art, London, UK. Life in London as a student marked the beginning of his career as a filmmaker. His controversial debut film, a British Film, ‘In the Name of Buddha’ (2002) was based on the ethnic crisis then raging in Sri Lanka. It premiered at the Oslo International Film Festival and was noted for the sensitive treatment of a controversial theme through a heart-wrenching story. Besides being nominated for the Best Debut Director category at the Cannes Film Festival, in 2003, the film has been well received in many international film festivals and has won 8 international awards. The film was, however, banned in India, Sri Lanka and China. His first brush with the film industry was in 1996 as a Production Designer for Telugu, Hindi and Hollywood films. By then, Rajesh had directed more than 30 plays in Malayalam, English, Telugu and Hindi. Following the success of ‘In the Name of Buddha’, Rajesh strode all genres of filmmaking with ease and has won critical acclaims, recognitions and awards. He directed the music video for ‘Sunshowers’ for the Oscar nominee M.I.A. ‘Ente Malayalam’, a music video to celebrate the 50th year of Kerala formation, captured noted Malayali achievers of Kerala in evocative frames.

In addition to 7 feature films, Rajesh has by now directed about 35 short films and documentaries on issues ranging from human trafficking, HIV/AIDS and communal riots, supporting the media advocacy initiatives of the United Nations and NGOs, national and international. A film for the United Nations, ‘One Life, No Price’ for social sensitization against human trafficking was well received by civil society organizations internationally. Amitabh Bachchan, PreityZinta and John Abraham appear in the film as spokespersons for the cause. Another success, ‘Anamika, the Nameless’ on a similar theme was adventurously shot in the red light areas of India in Mumbai, Kolkatta, Poona and Delhi. The film won the AC award under the ‘Best Foreign Award - Documentary Short Film’ category and the Best Documentary Film Award at the Hyderabad International Film Festival. The film has been included in the curriculum of National Police Academy and National Judicial Academy. ‘The Sacred Face’, a short film on child sexual abuse, sent the audience back home unsettled at its screening in Hyderabad and Cannes Film festival.