Dhilin Mehta is a ﬁlm maker in India. He is the CEO of Ashtavinayak Cine Vision. Ashtavinayak Cine Vision has around 50-100 employees and generates revenue of about an average $17.5 million. Dhilin created the serial ‘Aamrapali’ (TV serial) in 2002, and it aired in DD1. He manages the overall operations of the company and is in charge of the everyday functions of the organization. He is additionally focusing on doing projects with on-screen characters and experts on the anticipated endeavors of Shree Ashtavinayak Cine Vision.
Mehta has taken over the post as a Director of the firm since March 31, 2002. He graduated with an MBA degree in finance from Mumbai University. He began his profession with ﬁlms on the lower budget scale like ‘Agnipankh’ and ‘Fun 2shh: Dudes in the 10th Century’, and afterward, drove Shree Ashtavinayak Cine Vision to its greater endeavors of circulation and production. He has produced famous movies like ‘
Jab We Met
series- ‘Golmaal’ (2006), ‘Golmaal Returns’ (2008), ‘Golmaal 3’ (2010) with director
, and others like ‘
’ and ‘
’. Dabangg and Rockstar were major hits starring
The Economic Offenses Wing (EOW) of
has captured Dhilin Mehta and his dad Harshad for a Rs 824 crore scandal. Mehta has purportedly conned the cash raised through Initial Public Offering (IPO) that they stopped in sham organizations. The cash was to be given to other creation houses and studios for making more movies, yet it has been understood that no motion pictures have been made, and other studios were fake organizations set up by them. In 2007, a grievance in the Bombay high court was recorded by film lender Tejpal Shah that impelled examinations concerning the situation where Shah blamed the firm for not giving him his due of Rs 41 crore for generation work.
A check was issued by Ashtavinayak taking after the high court bearings, out of which just Rs 4.5 crore acknowledged, with whatever remains of the sum were skipping. Shah then documented a case under the Negotiable Instruments Act with the Company Law Board (CLB). The CLB, while looking at reports due to requests by a former civil servant Sharad Upasani, found the bigger problem. The Rajasthan Police in Mumbai captured Dhilin Mehta, at the International Air Terminal. He was captured before he planned to board a ﬂight to Dubai, in January 2013. However, he got out on bail the same day.