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 Click to look into! >> Read More... ’, the Golmaal Click to look into! >> Read More... series- ‘Golmaal’ (2006), ‘Golmaal Returns’ (2008), ‘Golmaal 3’ (2010) with director Rohit Shetty Rohit Shetty is a famous Director in Bollywood who >> Read More... , and others like ‘ Dabangg Click to look into! >> Read More... ’ and ‘ Rockstar Click to look into! >> Read More... ’. Dabangg and Rockstar were major hits starring Salman Khan Salman Khan is a very famous Indian actor and a pr >> Read More... and Ranbir Kapoor Ranbir Kapoor is a noted Indian film actor. He was >> Read More... respectively.

The Economic Offenses Wing (EOW) of Mumbai Police Click to look into! >> Read More... 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.

Dhaval Gada Hindi Actor

Dhaval Gada

Dhaval Jayantilal Gada, popularly known as DG, is an Indian film and TV producer. He is a young businessperson who is quickly turning into a power figure within the Hindi film industry and the television industry. Born to Hansa Gada and Hindi film maker Jayantilal Gada, Dhaval is an acclaimed producer and establisher of the famous PEN India Ltd, which is a movie production banner. He has a sister and a brother. He was born in Mumbai. He did his education from Pinewood International (Panchgani) and then finished his further studies in Mumbai. As enthusiastic as he is about film making, Dhaval is also interested in Formula 1 and has pursued it since he was very young. He sought after his enthusiasm for auto racing and kept on making his imprint in the sector by winning many laurels. When he was 12 years old, he won the JK Tire first runner-up place in the Indian National Championship in F4 (Go-kart) racing. Dhaval Gada's role model is his dad Jayantilal and who was the motivation for him to start his very own production house. Dhaval Jayantilal Gada assumed control over PEN India Ltd on November 3, 2014, turning into the youngest filmmaker in the Bollywood film industry. Dhaval has, from that point forward, delivered and co-created a few well-understood films under the PEN India Ltd. pennant, including ‘Kahaani’ and ‘Entertainment’, setting up himself as a maker in the film business. Other than assuming the responsibility of PEN India Ltd, Dhaval additionally shaped his organization, Dhaval and Gurudev Productions that produces TV drama series. He entered the TV business in 2014 with ‘Udaan Sapnon Ki’, which recorded the most elevated TRPs. Prominently known as Udaan Sapnon Ki, the Indian TV dramatization show premiered on August 18, 2014, and is aired on Colors, an Indian TV channel. Together created by Bollywood filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt, the drama is meant to highlight the issue of reinforced work in Indian towns and conveys an essential social message. Gada's other TV endeavor is ‘Dil Ki Baatein Dil Hi Jaane’, featuring well-known TV stars Ram Kapoor and Gurdeep Kohli that premiered March 23, 2015, which aired on Sony Entertainment Television. Bhatt conceptualized the show. He has also produced other movies like ‘Singh Is Bliing’, and the famous television series ‘Mahabharat’.


Jhamu Sughand

Jhamu Sughand was an award-winning and acclaimed film producer and a distributor who produced some magnificent award-winning movies such as Lagaan (2001), Satya (1998), Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam (1999) and Aks (2001). But before all this, before Jhamu Sugand could make a dent in the film-making business, he was absorbed in his family cloth trading business in Devlali his hometown in the state of Maharashtra. Then as luck would have it he averted from the cloth business and initialized his work in printing press business specializing in Film Merchandise after moving to Mumbai from Devlali in 1979. Later on, he shifted to film distribution in 1988. An impressive distribution of 100 films was not enough for Sughand to propel himself to the mainstream cinema until Mani Ratnam’s Bombay (1995) which sky-rocketed him to the enchanting Bollywood. Then there was no looking back, he went on to produce some brilliant movies such as Rangeela (1995), Chachi 420 (1997), Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam (1999), Khoobsurat (1999), Astitva (2000, Marathi Cinema), Lagaan (2001), Aks (2001), etc. But his rise soon met with an exponential downfall as his career as a producer started to wither as he severed ties with his brother Harish Sughand, who in turn was a producer too. Later on, he stopped producing films and declared himself as bankrupt and sold his last film which was Gulaal (2009)directed by Anurag Kashyap. Sughand became a total recluse after that and confided in no one but himself and on May 26, 2008, he bid adieu to this world after suffering cardiac arrest. He was aged  57 at the time of his death. He is survived by his wife, a son and a daughter. Sughand had many big fans, from Amitabh Bachchan to Sanjay Leela Bhansali, you name it, and that artist would surely have had the pleasure of working with the amazingly talented Sughand. Mr. Bacchan praises Sughand for his outstanding contribution and support to the amazing Indian Cinema and identifies Sughand as the person who took great risks.  Sanjay Leela Bhansali, who already had the pleasure of working with Sughand, said that his vision as a film producer and the kind of films he wanted to see emerging on screen and minds of people were commendable and worth mentioning.  The awards that were swept away by Sughand’s produced films show that he was a true visionary who wanted nothing but to produce those films which would make people happy about life, cringe due to harsh realities and which could change the way people live their lives. We salute this great film maker who made movies stand out of the rest.

Jhamu Sughand Hindi Actor