Ratan Jain

Other names of Ratan Jain: Ratna Jain

Ratna Jain is an Indian producer who works predominately in Hindi film industry. Presently, he is working for Venus Worldwide entertainment private limited as the creative head. His family is also involved in the industry itself. He is the brother of the noted producer Ganesh Jain and has a son Raj Jain who works as a film distributor.

Girish Jain, Ramesh Jain, Umed Jain, Champak Jain and Bhawar Jain are also his brothers. Ratna Jain began his career with the movie Khiladi, in 1992. Directed by Abbas Burmawalla and Mustan Burmawalla the film revolves around the story of four people who decide to do a prank on one of the group member's father. The other three decide to kidnap her and ask for an amount. But the story turns when she is murdered, and doubt goes on the rest three.

The movie features Akshay Kumar and Ayesha Jhulka in lead roles. The next picture he worked in is Bazigar, in 1993. Following it in the next year Main Khiladi Tuanari was released. It is a Bollywood action picture in which Akshay Kumar, Saif Ali Khan, and Shilpa Shetty worked as lead actors. The film was a blockbuster of its time. Ratna debuted as a producer in 1995, with the film Akele Hum Akele Tum that starred Aamir Khan and Manisha Koirala as lead actors.

In 1996, he worked with the cast of another film Daraar. Yes, the boss released in 1997, which was his second film as a producer. In this picture, he worked with the acclaimed Shahrukh Khan and Juhi Chawla. Next, he took a break of around two years and came up with his another blockbuster Dhadkan in 2000. Released on 11th August, it was a Hindi romantic drama movie featuring Akshay Kumar, Sunil, and Shilpa Shetty.

The film also received two awards in the category of best villain and best female playback singer at the Filmfare awards. Dhadkan was also nominated in the category of best picture in 2001 and best producer in 2005. The other pictures that he has produced include Humraaz, Hathyar: face to face with reality which are the films of 2002, Tum: a dangerous obsession, Main Hoon Na, and Hulchul of 2004. In 2005, he worked as a presenter with the cast of film Garam Masala. In the same year, he came up with his production Elaan.

Few other films he has produced are Aapkikhatir, Dhara, Hisss, Tezz, A Gang of Ghosts, and Kiskisko Pyaar Karoon. KiskiskoPyaar Karoon is his latest release of 2015.

Vikram Malhotra Hindi Actor

Vikram Malhotra

Vikram Malhotra is a producer, Chief Executive Officer, and Founder of his production company Abundantia Entertainment, which he created in the year of 2013, an ex-executive, a marketer, and an entrepreneur. He managed to raise a whopping one hundred and fifty crores rupees to support his new company with the help of a Chinese firm and an Indian firm. Assisting him in his endeavor is Shivaji Dasgupta, a man with more than twenty years of experience, Shikha Sharma, Rakesh Bagadia, Rajesh Savla, Raedita Tandon, Nidhi Agrawal, and Divya Harpalani. He also managed to bring Nikhil Advani, known for his movie Kal Ho Na Ho, Soumik Sen, Gulab Gang's director, Shoorjit Sircar, of Vicky Donor fame, and Neeraj Pandey, famous for A Wednesday and M. S. Dhoni-The Untold Story, as the director for his production house. Vikram has abundant experience of working in the field of consumer products, service business, and several such categories. He is responsible for the branding of several products. He also worked for two major film studios named Viacom18 Motion Pictures, as a Chief Operating Officer, and Balaji Motion Pictures. He is responsible for the market value and brand value of Viacom18 Motion Pictures and everyone in the industry knows him as someone who will green light projects that others might term risky or edgy. He resigned from Viacom18 Motion Pictures in May 2013. He has financed several films under his banners like the sleeper hit Kahaani, the Gangs of Wasseypur franchise, masala entertainers like Tanu Weds Manu, Son of Sardar, and Once Upon a Time in Mumbai, Shaitan and LSD, the emotional ones like Queen, Bhaag Milkha Bhaag, and four films ensemble Bombay Talkies, and films on political issues like Special 26 and Madras Cafe. His vision behind helming the projects was to produce motion pictures that are content-driven. He is also responsible for the success of international movies in India like Transformers 3 - Dark of The Moon, Madagascar 3, and Mission Impossible - Ghost Protocol. His long-term aim is to make Abundantia globally famous and a studio that foreign investors can trust and can churn out movies with meaningful scripts. He also wants to compete with Lionsgate, a reputed North American successful company. His film excavation film Airlift helped him bag awards like Zee Cine Critics Award for Best Film and Screen Award for Best Film while patriotic movie Baby won the Zee Cine Award for Best Film.

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