B.P. Singh a.k.a Bijendra Pal Singh is a Popular Indian Television producer, director and writer and an occasional actor. B.P.Singh originally hails from Dehradun and he completed his education in film studies from Film and Television Institute of India [FTII], Pune, Maharashtra, India. After graduating from FTII, Bijendra Pal Singh started his career with Indian National Television Channel Doordarshan channel as a news camera man in the year 1973. B.P.Singh worked for the next 10 years as camera man on doordarshan channel and then decided to pursue his passion and dreams and finally relocated to Mumbai, then known as Bombay, Maharashtra, India. From then on, Bijendra Pal Singh Ji resides in Mumbai. He was passionate about writing, direction and production and made a crime series for Doordarshan named Sirf Char Din for which he befriended a police inspector in the crime branch and thus developed a lifelong interest and liking for detective stories. He also produced a TV series named Ek Shunya Shunya for Doordarshan channel before relocating to Mumbai. In the early 80’s Bijendra Pal Singh worked and made few Marathi serials for Doordarshan channel also. In the year 1996, he produced suspense thriller series Aahat on Sony TV which was a great success and later the show was shifted to paranormal suspenses based on high TRP’s and viewer’s response. Aahat continued till 2010. But, the real success came to B.P. Singh when he started shooting for Sony TV‘s series C.I.D which was also produced, directed and written by him. The show was a he success and it is still running strong on Sony TV till date making it the longest running show in the history of Indian Television. B.P.Singh also essayed the role of ACP Chitroley in C.I.D who is the head of the C.I.D team and superior of ACP Pradyuman. Bijendra Pal Singh also started a silent comedy show Gutur-Gu in the year 2010 and Humne Li hai-Shapath, second crime show of B.P.Singh which aired on Life OK channel and gained high TRP’s.