Karan Raj Kanwar Raj Kanwar was a Bollywood well-known director. Ra >> Read More... is the son of Raj Kanwar (producer who brought forth Shah Rukh Khan Shah Rukh Khan or also known as SRK is a prominent >> Read More... through 'Deewana' in 1992 and Priyanka Chopra Born on 18 July 1982, Priyanka Chopra is an establ >> Read More... in 2003) and Anita Kanwar Anita Kanwar is an Indian film and television actr >> Read More... . He has a brother named Abhay Raj Kanwar. As of now, Karan is the head of Inderjit Films. His game comes from the fact that he is the youngest film producer known to Indian cinema. He is a director and writer, having produced a few movies such as 'Farz' (2001), starring Sunny Deol Sunny Deol is a film actor, director and producer. >> Read More... and Preity Zinta Preity, also known as Preity Zinta is a famous Act >> Read More... , and 'Dayz' (2011).

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G P Sippy Hindi Actor

G P Sippy

Gopaldas Parmanand Sippy was born to a wealthy family in Hyderabad, in the Sind Province of what was then British India. He grew up and studied in Karachi (Pakistan), and earned a law degree. In 1947, after the partition of India and Pakistan, Mr. Sippy and his family moved to Bombay, leaving behind all their property and savings. He then opened a restaurant in Bombay. For a while, he sold carpets. He then moved on to the construction business and built some of the first apartment buildings in Bombay. It was while building a house for the Bollywood actor Nargis Dutt, that Mr. Sippy developed a passion for films. In 1995, he produced his first film “Marine Drive. That same year, he had another hit, “Adil-e-Jahangir,” starring Pradeep Kumar, Meena Kumari and Durga Khote. A series of successful romantic, social and musical films like “Shrimati 420,” “Chandrakant,” “Light House,” “Bhai-Bahen,” “Mr. India,” “12 O’Clock” and “Andaz” followed, all produced and directed by Mr. Sippy. While making Brahmachari which had Shammi Kapoor in the cast, Mr Sippy and director Bhappie Sonie had some difference and the project was shelved off then. The financial problem also nail downed his interest in films and he wanted to quit film making. He even stalled his production film Bandhan, that had Rajesh Khanna and Mumtaz as leading pair. Mr Sippy wanted to leave film industry and took a decision to run his own hotel in England. Later, the dispute was resolved, and Brahmachari and Bandhan got released and the film was declared a hit. Around this time, he asked his son Ramesh Sippy to quit his studies in London School of Economic and help him to produce films. The father-and-son-duo made some of the memorable Hindi films like’’ Seeta Aur Geeta’’, which had Hema Malini in double role with Sanjeev Kumar and Dharmendra. That movie was followed by “Sholay”, which broke all records in box-office in India. After the success of Sholay, the Sippys hoped to create another wonder with “Shaan”, but it failed miserably. Sipply’s last movie was “Hamesha’’ in 1997, which had Kajol and Saif Ali Khan in the lead. Along with Ramesh Sippy (director of Sholay), Sippy is survived by his another son, Ajit. He passed away when he was 93.

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Rajiv Chilaka

Dr Rajiv Chilaka also identified as Rajiv Chilakalapudi is the originator and MD of Hyderabad-based the Green Gold Animation and the producer of a host of cartoon TV shows including Krishna cartoon set and Chhota Bheem which has presently been developed into an animated movie. Chilaka, in a few of his conversations, has compared himself to the next Walt Disney and assumes that his Chhota Bheem right to be a significant crowd-puller and moneymaker leaving behind the Indian Premier League. For his awe-impressive work and pioneering vision in displaying cartoons at an affordable cost, Chilika, and his associate Samir Jain were awarded doctorates by the University of fine arts in San Francisco. Chilaka is the youngest offspring of Ms Chilaka and noted technocrat Madhusudan Rao Chilaka. Dr Chilaka studied from St. Georges Grammar School, Hyderabad. He later earned a BE in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering from the Osmania University, in Hyderabad and then proceeded to the University of Missouri in Kansas City for his master's diploma in Computer Science. He then served as a software designer in Kansas City for three years. However, in the year 2000, he shifted the course to inquire animation at the Academy of Art College in San Francisco. He has an elder sibling Srinivas Chilaka, who assists him in operating Greengold with relevant inputs in long-term preparation and policy. In January 2001, Chilaka established the Green Gold Animation Pvt Ltd. His first opportunity came in 2003 with the animation set Bongo about an immigrant who lands on Earth, that managed to Vikram Betal, an 80-minute 2D animation aired on Cartoon Network Channel in the year 2004. Chilaka and his company made a series of four active telefilms on the life of Lord Krishna for Cartoon Network, before its co- channel, Pogo allowed to air their next design Chhota Bheem in the year 2008. In several interviews, Chilaka has bestowed that, were it not for the bonus his company obtained from Bheem, he and his company would still be in the hand to mouth scene like hundreds possibly even a thousand folds of other animation organisations. Chhota Bheem improved everything. In 2012, the fiction film Chhota Bheem and the Curse of Damyaan penned by Seeta and Richa Ingle Deo were released. It is estimated to be the principal Indian homegrown TV serial to be made into a cartoon film. By November 2012, the film had gained 50 million Rupees at the box office. In January 2016, the fiction film Chhota Bheem Himalayan Adventure penned by Chilaka and Teja Pratap was released. Directed by Chilaka released strategically by Samir Jain and Srinivas Chilaka just one week earlier to the Telugu Sankranti carnival, the film soon became a mega-super hit getting a great response from kids and grownups. Made in a statement of only six crores the film raked in around a whopping Rs 62.5 crore in the very opening week itself displaying the greatest box office hit of 2016. His company Green Gold Animation Pvt Ltd has also created the following series like Bongo for DD National, Chorr Police aired on Hungama TV, Luv Kushh on Disney XD and much more.

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