Siddharth is a producer and an entrepreneur known for producing the raunchy horror film, Ragini MMS in Bollywood. Today it is a multi-million dollar franchise in India. Apart from this movie, he also founded Hotstar and iRock Films India, both of which are streamed all over India by viewers to watch their favorite TV shows and serials. He headed Original Content, Licensing and Acquisitions, from 2015 to 2017 at Hotstar, from which he shifted to produce films. Hotstar grew to be the largest OTT platform that Star TV India owns. Siddharth also worked at Adlabs for two years and produced films in which superstars like Salman Khan starred.

He is the founder of Marigold, funded by UK, Australia, USA, and India. His background is MBA, in the field of finance, and he became an entrepreneur by opening a dotcom company called bollywood auction, in 2000. It grew popular with many users accessing it, and today, it is known as Ebay India. He went abroad to try his luck in Hollywood,and met the workers in Hyperion Studio, with whom he collaborated for five years. This place was where he produced Marigold with Ali Larter and Salman. This stint gave him the impetus to create more number of stories which he translated into movies.

His success story doesn’t end with a single hit film, but it is interwoven with life experiences, exposure to international cinema, collaboration with strangers, founding new companies and brands, and staying true to himself. He did not stop trying new things, but is always on the move for material on which he can work. From 2009 to 2014, iRock owned fifty screenplays and more than a hundred stories in collaboration with more that forty writers. It is gaining momentum by the day as new people are added to it regularly. After 2014, iRock started dealing with digital content so that viewers can have virtual access to its movies. Siddharth is attempting to release his own line of films in the future and is already at work to produce them.

Sunil Bohra Hindi Actor

Sunil Bohra

Sunil Bohra is the son of Shanti Bohra and Surendra Bohra; he is the 3rd generation of producers in the Mumbai film industry. He was born on August 2, 1972, in Jodhpur (Rajasthan). He has produced many films including Mastram, Tanu Weds Manu and its sequel entitled Tanu Weds Manu: Returns, Gangs of Wasseypur, Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster, and Shahid. The two-part crime film, Gangs of Wasseypur, earned him a nomination for Best Film at the Filmfare Awards. Sunil is the grandson of Shri Ram Bohra, the person who founded the Bohra Bros banner and is also a member of the Indian Motion Pictures Producers’ Association (IMPAA) for thirteen years. Even though Sunil is born in a family of filmmakers, he still steps out of his comfort zone and faces every obstacle which came in his way and achieved his target to reconstruct the brand, which is now one of the legacies of the Bohra Bros. He is known as the one the most celebrated independent film producer in India. The reasons behind his unprecedented success were his gut feelings and his views or instinct about the films. Even though the critics takes his ideas as unsafe, he still worked hard and had received several awards for his works including Gangs of Wasseypur 1 and 2, Chittagong, Shahid, and much more. As of today, the Bohra Bros is already associated with many international associations and has worked on films like Trishna Batalvi, Mere Apne, Seven Sins, Jia Aur Jia, Headley & I, Ganglords of 1985, Malegaon Ka Superman, Sanjay Gandhi, and much more. The company that was once a production banner had diversified into various firms with business interests in Enterprise Technology Solutions, eCommerce, Acting Institutes, etc. The Melagaon Ka Superman was based on a documentary of a TV channel in Singapore. Sunil was the one who supervised it and earned positive reviews. His television works also earned him applause and good response. He also conceptualized Zoom TV’s first fiction show entitled Crime & Bollywood. Sunil also worked on Mirchi Top 20 for Zoom, Mohalla Mohabat Wala for Sab, etc. He also conceptualized Zoom TV’s Face the Review, which stars Aamir Khan, Akshay Kumar, Shahrukh Khan, and more. The TV serial ‘Seeta Aur Geeta’ which was aired on NDTV Imagine was another successful idea of Sunil, which was benefitting the Bohra Bros, as this show is based on the Bollywood’s blockbuster film of the same name, which was released in 1970.


Bobby Bedi

Bobby Bedi is a renowned producer and director in Indian Film Industry. He was born on 12th January 1956, in New Delhi, India as Sundeep Singh Bedi. He went to St. Columba's School, New Delhi for schooling, and then received a degree of B.A. in Economics from University of Delhi in 1975 and Masters in Management from the University of Bombay in 1977. He began his career working as a sales executive at HCL in the same year of passing from college, and then in 1978 he joined Philips India Limited as the Product Manager. While working with Philips, he got married to Varsha Bedi (on 1st November 1982). After three months of marriage, he got a new job in Sony as a Regional Manager in New Delhi. This change could be called as a milestone in the journey of his life as this was the place where he got in touch with many people from the film world. He interacted with them and got an idea to enter the industry. As a result, he established his production company named as Kaleidoscope Entertainment, India in Mumbai in 1989 and became the Managing Director of it. According to Bedi, his first step towards becoming a bankable film producer was only sheer luck. His bold attitude is enough to define his approach to life. His first step encouraged him to leave the security of the corporate field and test his fortune with a small production. The first film he produced, was named, 'In Which Annie gives it those Ones.’ This movie had a budget of US$20,000. But Bedi's baptism of fire came in 1992 with another project Electric Moon, which got it’s expenditure from a T.V. broadcaster from U.K. This film is recorded in the history of Indian Cinema as the first film to be shot using synchronized sound. Bedi says that he learned how to produce a movie from Graham Easton, a reputed professional in International Film Industry. One after another, he gave movies which ushered India's film industry into a new era. His movie, Bandit Queen in 1994 went to Cannes, the world's most prestigious competitive film festival and won critical acclaim over the world spreading Bedi's fame as a man with a strong creative vision. This movie made him an International sensation. With this, he went on producing new movies like, Chintuji, American Daylight, Train to Pakistan, The Stoneman Murders, Maqbool, Mangal Pandey, The Rising and Sathiya, etc. His story of success doesn't stop here. It is an interesting fact that Bobby Bedi is also working as an advisor to the country's Minister of Information and Broadcasting and the Industrial Development Bank of India. He has established India's first post-graduate school, which teaches content creation and management ''the School of Convergence'' and is also a member of the Governing Council of the Film & Television Institute of India. He has also received two National Awards from the President of India

Bobby Bedi Hindi Actor