Jayantilal Gada is a Hindi filmmaker and producer. He was born in the rural area of Gujarat, India. He is not well educated, but he gained basic knowledge till 10th grade. His schooling was done from Gurukul High School in Ghatkopar, a small village in Gujarat. He had financial problems in his early stages, after his schooling, he started working with his father in their family general stores.

Later he started his own business of videos and cassettes in a small corner of his family store. At the age of 25, he originated POPULAR ENTERTAINMENT NETWORK (PEN), at present his company makes Bollywood Hindi movies. Jayantilal Gada is known for creating an animated film on ‘ Mahabharat’ in Hindi in 2013. Mr. Amitabh Bacchan, Vidya Balan, and Ajay Devgan dubbed their voices.

The film prevails ‘Best Animation Film Award’ in ‘FIJI Film Festival’. Movies like ‘kahaani’ and ‘its entertainment’ are one of the products of PEN. Jayantilal got married to Hansa when he was 21. And the couple is blessed with three children. He also has another child from his business partner Reshmaa who tends to be the CFO. All of them are settled in Mumbai.

Hussain A. Burmawala Hindi Actor

Hussain A. Burmawala

Hussain Burmawala is the brother of Bollywood’s hit director duo Abbas-Mustan. He is the editor of their films. The three brothers are from Surat in Gujarat, and all three began their careers in Gujarati cinema. Their family was in the business of furniture, but that did not interest any of them. Their uncle, S.D Kura used to edit Hindi movies, and that is how they got introduced to editing and direction. The three brothers can often be seen wearing shirts and trousers that are white in color. Hussain has edited a total of a hundred films independently. These movies vary from Hindi to Gujarati to regional cinema. He makes sure that his brother’s films do not waste any time, money or effort. He also advises them on how to reduce the wastage of money on cameras or shots that are not necessary. The initial films that he edited include 1987’s Parivaar, 1986’s Karamdaata, 1985’s Jaanoo, and 1982’s Anokha Bandhan. This was followed by 1992’s Khiladi and 1993’s Baazigar. Some of the most popular movies that he has edited include 2008’s Race and 2013’s Race 2. Both these action-suspense movies were wonderfully done and were hits at the box office. 1999’s Baadshah and 2001’s Chori Chori Chupke Chupke have also been edited by him. 2004’s Aitraaz and Tarzan the Wonder Car, and 2006’s China Town add to his impressive resume. Hussain has also produced 2014’s Life Partner, which starred Govinda, Fardeen Khan, Tusshar Kapoor, Genelia D'Souza, and Prachi Desai. He played a cameo in the 2009 film Short Kut-The Con is on. This film starred Akshaye Khanna, Amrita Rao, and Arshad Warsi. This movie had the backing of major producers like Anil Kapoor and Sanjay Dutt. He has most recently edited comedian Kapil Sharma’s Bollywood debut: Kis Kis Ko Pyaar Karoon.

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Ratna Jain

Ratan Jain is an Indian producer. He was born on 5th of October. He is a famous producer and is known for films like Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon, ‘Humraaz’, Akele Hum Akele Tum, ‘Dhadkan’, and much more. Girish Jain, Champak Jain, Bhawar Jain, Ramesh Jain, and Umed Jain are his brothers. Coming to his career, he started a business in the 1980s for manufacturing video cassettes under the Venus Records & Tapes manufacturing company. Originated in the 1980s, they diversified their business through hard work and began making movies. His first picture under the brothers production was ‘Khiladi’. Under their partnership, they made several videos, audios, and cable rights. Coming to his career, in 1995, he produced Akele Hum Akele Tum. Mansoor Khan directed it. Aamir Khan, Manisha Koirala, and Master Adil starred in it. Anu Malik composed the music for it. It is a romantic drama and is based on Kramer vs. Kramer. It released on 30th of November, in 1995. In 1997, he made Yes Boss, along with Umed Jain. Aditya Pancholi, Juhi Chawla, and Shah Rukh Khan had the lead roles. It had a remake in the Malayalam film industry, entitled as Junior Senior. It released on 18th of July, in 1997, under the Venus Records & Tapes distribution company. In 2000, he made ‘Dhadkan’. It is a romantic play directed by Dharmesh Darshan and produced by him. Akshay Kumar, Sunil Shetty, Shilpa Shetty, and Mahima Chaudhary featured in it. Critics have applauded it and was ranked fourth in the list of the highest grossing movie at the box office in that year. Sunil Shetty won the Best Villain Award at the Filmfare Awards. It was released on 11th of August, 2000. In 2002, he produced ‘Humraaz’. Abbas Mustan directed it under the production of Ganesh Jain. Bobby Deol, Akshaye Khanna, and Amisha Patel acted in it, and won the awards for the title of Best Film at the Filmfare Awards. It grossed a huge amount at the box office. His other production is 2002's Hathyar: Face to Face with Reality. He made it with his brother Ganesh Jain under Venus Records & Tapes Distribution Company. In 2004, he made ‘Hulchul’, and was an adaptation of the Malayalam picture titled ‘Godfather’. His other works include 2005's ‘Elaan’, 2004's Tum Dangerous Obsession, 2008's ‘Dhara’, and Maan Gaye Mughal-e –Azam. Recently, he made Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon, with the comedian Kapil Sharma as the actor. Recently, he attended her niece's marriage, Karishma Jain. She is the daughter of Girish Jain and tied the note with Abhishek Chhajer. He announced that in the future he would be working on making a sequel of ‘Baazigar’.

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Ratna Jain Hindi Actor