Addressing the student of the Asian Academy of Film & Television, the renowned producer/director Prem Sagar said that Karma has to be a part of dharma. Feeling at home in the company of the students this distinguished film and television personality said that his illustrious father Ramanand Sagar asked him in 1968 to join Film & Television Institute of India because this premier film school was keen to associate itself with their renowned production house. He mentioned that by sheer dint of hard work and a bit of good luck he holds enviable and unbroken record of being awarded both the gold & the silver medal of the institute. Answering the questions from the students, Prem Sagar said that the realisation of the power and the great reach of the television to communicate with the masses had motivated his company to produce mega TV serials like Ramayana, Krishna & Jai ganga Maiya. He said their target audience is not a religious group but the entaire mankind. In a passing reference to the films he said that films are a commercial art and are always bogged down by uncertainty which is a constant source of worry to the producer. Commending the work being done in the field of film & television training by Prof. Sandeep Marwah and his team, he advised the students to carefully observe the objects and event around them for creating meaningful and purposeful television programmes and films. Subhash Sagar who was accompanying Prem Sagar also spoke on this occasion. Both of them agreed to be the member of the governing council of Asian Academy of Film & Television.