Guneet Monga is a film and line producer; she mainly works in Hindi Film Industry, Bollywood. She is CEO of Anurag Kashyap Born on 10th September 1972, Anurag Kashyap has es >> Read More... Films Pvt Ltd (AKFPL). She was born on 21st November 1983 in New Delhi Click to look into! >> Read More... . Presently, she lives in Mumbai. She did her schooling from Bluebells School International, Delhi. She graduated from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi in Mass Communications.

In 2003, she started working as a production coordinator in Delhi for international productions as Vic Sarin’s production ‘Partition’. In 2006, she moved to Mumbai, where her work in films started with the 2007 release ‘ Say Salaam India Click to look into! >> Read More... ’. Later she worked in the films as ‘ Rasiya Bio coming soon... >> Read More... ’ (2008), ‘ Dasvidaniya Click to look into! >> Read More... ’ (2008) and ‘Once Upon a Time in Mumbai’ (2010). In 2008, Guneet started a production company, of her own, Sikhya Entertainment.

During the production of ‘Once Upon a Time in Mumbai’, she met Anurag Kashyap, director, and producer. In 2009, she eventually joined the production house Anurag Kashyap Films and became its CEO. Under this banner, she produced films like ‘Gangs of Wasseypur I & II’ (2012), ‘That Girls in Yellow Boots’ (2011), ‘ Shaitan Click to look into! >> Read More... ’ (2011) and a few more. Guneet’s first international short film was ‘ Kavi Click to look into! >> Read More... ’, based on bonded labor happening in India; the film was nominated at Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film, 2010.

The short film was directed by Gregg Helvey; it also won Student Academy Award- Narrative, 2009. Guneet collaborated with UK-based production, Yaffle Films and co-produced ‘ Monsoon Shootout Click to look into! >> Read More... ’. She was also part of the production of the film ‘ The Lunchbox Click to look into! >> Read More... ’. Both these films got selected for the International Critics’ Week and at Cannes Film Festival 2013 for the midnight screening.

Gulshan Kumar Hindi Actor

Gulshan Kumar

Born on 5th May 1956 to a Punjabi family, Gulshan Kumar started his early career as a fruit juice seller. Later Kumar changed his career, since his family bought a shop that dealt with economic audio cassettes and records. This was just the prelude to a great music empire.The music business proved to be very profitable and hence Gulshan Kumar ventured into producing cassettes; he got himself involved in an audio cassette venture titled “Super Cassettes Industries”; this turned to be very fruitful. Added to this, a music production company was initiated by him. He made a noble act by selling the 1970s music cassettes with a supreme quality at economic rates. This business soared and eventually he exported superior quality cassettes to foreign countries. Gulshan Kumar started the T-series label which went on to become the greatest music label in India. He became very rich and became king of the music business. Kumar wanted to taste success in Bollywood too, and hence he moved to Mumbai. He started to deliver religious music cassettes at commendably cheap prices. This is not the end; he also got involved in producing serials and movies relating to Hindu mythology. Kumar’s debut film in Bollywood named “Lal Dupatta Malmal Ka” was a super hit. Later the film “Aashiqui” came; it is still considered as a great in harmonious music. The music of “Dil Hi Ki Manta Nahin” was also a superhit. This proved that Gulshan is indeed a music wizard. Kumar also had his share of flops at the box office. Kumar was a philanthropist in the sense that he granted a portion of his wealth to the society. He gave free food to those who came to the Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine. Gulshan Kumar had a tragic end; he was assassinated outside Jeeteshwar Mahadeve Mandir in the year 1997. Music director Nadeem was accused in the case. After the demise of Kumar, his son Bhushan Kumar managed Super Cassettes Industries Ltd. Gulshan Kumar is indeed one music wizard who infused great vibes into the music industry.


Harshavardhan Kulkarni

Harshavardhan Kulkarni is a Bollywood Director, who stands out for taking unconventional films. This Engineer-turned-Director entered into the field of Cinema in the year 2006. Kulkarni is a multitalented person. Besides Direction, he is also into writing and Production. He started his career in the year 2006, by writing the screenplay of the Telefilm, named The Chosen One. The flick was directed by Vinil Mathew. He then got the desire to direct a movie and hence assisted the Director Kaushik Roy, who did the film Apna Asmaan, in the year 2007. The movie that had Irrfan Khan and Shobana in the lead taught plenty of valuable lessons regarding direction to Harshavardhan. With this knowledge, he went on to direct his debut movie in the year 2008. The film titled, The Lost and Found, was a short film. It revolves around a hundred-year-old bottle and the different people it has met on its journey. The movie was very different and received critical acclamation. Next on his list of Direction was the film Hunter that released in the year 2015. He has also written the screenplay for the movie. Kulkarni has depicted the story of a sex-obsessed guy in a very funny way. His weird thinking made him write the story of the movie Hasee Toh Phasee that released in the year 2014. He was also in charge of the dialogues of the movie. He has also been the producer of the short films, The Chosen One and The Lost and Found. He has been given the National Film Award and the Indian Telly Film Award for his uncustomary flicks. Harshavardhan was born into a mediocre family. He did engineering in Pune but did not take up any jobs related to his course. Instead, he worked along with B.P. Singh of Television fame, who had studied in FTII of Pune. After assisting him, Harshavardhan did a post-graduate course at Film and Television Institution of India and then started creating a niche for himself in Bollywood.

Harshavardhan Kulkarni Hindi Actor