Amita Bishnoi is an Indian film actress, producer, and director, known for her works in movies such as Mumbai Salsa Click to look into! >> Read More... Mumbai Salsa , 1920, Three- Love, Lies, Betrayal, Muthirai, Shaapit, Purple Lake, and Phhir. Bishnoi started her career in 2007 by producing the Manoj Tyagi-directed Mumbai Salsa, which failed to make an impact on the audiences and the critics. In the following year, Bishnoi financed Vikram Bhatt Vikram Bhatt (Born 1969) is a prominent film direc >> Read More... Vikram Bhatt ’s horror-thriller, 1920, which featured Rajneesh Duggal Rajneesh Duggal is a former model and Bollywood ac >> Read More... Rajneesh Duggal and Adah Sharma Adah Sharma is an Indian actress and a model. She >> Read More... Adah Sharma in the lead roles. Bishnoi also appeared in a cameo role in the movie.

In 2009, Bishnoi produced another flop, the Ashish Chowdhry, and Nausheen Ali Sardar Bio coming soon... >> Read More... Nausheen Ali Sardar starrer, Three- Love, Lies, and Betrayal. During the same time, Bishnoi financed the Daniel Balaji Daniel Balaji is a prominent figure in Tamil Cinem >> Read More... Daniel Balaji and Lakshmi Rai starrer Tamil movie, Muthirai. In 2010, Bishnoi co-produced another Vikram Bhatt movie, Shaapit, featuring Aditya Narayan Aditya Narayan is an Indian Television Actor, Anch >> Read More... Aditya Narayan , Shweta Agrawal, and Rahul Dev Rahul Dev is an Indian model turned film and telev >> Read More... Rahul Dev among the cast.

A year later, in 2011, Bishnoi worked alongside Surendra Sharma Surendra Sharma is a very prominent poet, who has >> Read More... Surendra Sharma and Bhagwanti Gabrani to finance the Girish Dhamjia- directed Phhir. The year 2015 saw Bishnoi co-producing the Vishal Pandya- directed, Purple Lake.

G P Sippy

Gopaldas Parmanand Sippy was born to a wealthy family in Hyderabad, in the Sind Province of what was then British India. He grew up and studied in Karachi (Pakistan), and earned a law degree. In 1947, after the partition of India and Pakistan, Mr. Sippy and his family moved to Bombay, leaving behind all their property and savings. He then opened a restaurant in Bombay. For a while, he sold carpets. He then moved on to the construction business and built some of the first apartment buildings in Bombay. It was while building a house for the Bollywood actor Nargis Dutt, that Mr. Sippy developed a passion for films. In 1995, he produced his first film “Marine Drive. That same year, he had another hit, “Adil-e-Jahangir,” starring Pradeep Kumar, Meena Kumari and Durga Khote. A series of successful romantic, social and musical films like “Shrimati 420,” “Chandrakant,” “Light House,” “Bhai-Bahen,” “Mr. India,” “12 O’Clock” and “Andaz” followed, all produced and directed by Mr. Sippy. While making Brahmachari which had Shammi Kapoor in the cast, Mr Sippy and director Bhappie Sonie had some difference and the project was shelved off then. The financial problem also nail downed his interest in films and he wanted to quit film making. He even stalled his production film Bandhan, that had Rajesh Khanna and Mumtaz as leading pair. Mr Sippy wanted to leave film industry and took a decision to run his own hotel in England. Later, the dispute was resolved, and Brahmachari and Bandhan got released and the film was declared a hit. Around this time, he asked his son Ramesh Sippy to quit his studies in London School of Economic and help him to produce films. The father-and-son-duo made some of the memorable Hindi films like’’ Seeta Aur Geeta’’, which had Hema Malini in double role with Sanjeev Kumar and Dharmendra. That movie was followed by “Sholay”, which broke all records in box-office in India. After the success of Sholay, the Sippys hoped to create another wonder with “Shaan”, but it failed miserably. Sipply’s last movie was “Hamesha’’ in 1997, which had Kajol and Saif Ali Khan in the lead. Along with Ramesh Sippy (director of Sholay), Sippy is survived by his another son, Ajit. He passed away when he was 93.

G P Sippy Hindi Actor