Sumeet Singh Manchanda is an Indian film producer by profession. He also works as an entrepreneur, a film distributor, and a screenwriter. He was born on 7 September 1980 in Karnal, Haryana in Punjab, India. His is the son of Gurbax Singh Manchanda. He has two children. He completed his education from Sikkim Manipal University. He is at the post of the CEO in Unisys Infosolutions Pvt. Ltd. where he also works as a managing director.

He also has experience of working at Saga Music. This organization runs four overseas units that are named as Seven Colors North America, Seven Colors UK, Seven Colors Australia, and Seven Colors Asia where he is the director. He works predominantly in the Punjabi Film Industry where he produced the films Saadey CM Saab, Needhi Singh, and Gadaar– The Traitor. He is a well – known figure of Punjab films.

He distributed the films DilVilPyaarVyaar, Happy Go Lucky, Gadaar– The Traitor, Faraar, Judge Singh LLB, Needhi Singh, 25 Kille, Saadey CM Saab, Tiger, ChaarSahibzaade, and The Black Prince under the production banner of the company Unisys Infosolutions Pvt. Ltd. In Saadey CM Saab, he produced the film with the director Vipin Parashar. He was also the story writer for this film.

It fell under the genre of a thriller with comedy and released in the theatres on 27 May 2016. It is a story in the Punjabi language that shows three friends who don’t like politics, and the problem arises when one among the three of them becomes the Chief Minister. The film stars Harbhajan Mann, Kashish Singh, and Gurpreet Ghuggi in the lead roles. The film’s shooting occurred in sixty various locations of North India.

Shyam Bajaj

Shyam Bajaj is an Indian film producer who has predominantly worked in Indian Film Industry. He was born in 1969, in Maharashtra. He completed his schooling from his hometown. He was among the students who were more into extra-curricular activities rather than studies. He used to give speeches on stage and also was more into drama and music. He was his teacher’s favorite student too. He participated in many plays held at his locality. He used to act as the lead artist and also used to do narrations. After completing his schooling, he decided to complete his further studies. He completed his college education in Fine Arts. After completing his education, he decided to start his career in Indian Film Industry. At first, he worked for advertising firms in the production unit. He worked in various advertisement teams such as Parle-G, TATA, Amul, and others. In 1985, he worked as a presenter in the movie Haveli. This movie was directed by Keshu Ramsay, starring Rakesh Roshan, Marc Zuber, Reem Kapadia, Sujit Kumar, Farita Boyce, Aaloka, Bob Christo, Javed Khan, and many others. In 1991, he worked as a producer in the movie Love, directed by Suresh Krishna, starring Salman Khan, Rita Bhandari, and Shafi Inamdar. The movie was super hit and the whole team was appreciated. Shyma Bajaj was appreciated for his co-operation with the team. After that, in 1998 he worked as a producer in the movie Humse Badhkar Kaun: The Entertainer, directed by Deepak Anand, starring Sunil Shetty, Saif Ali Khan, and Sonali Bendre. After that he worked as a producer in the movie Blackmail, directed by Anil Devgan, starring Ajay Devgan, Sunil Shetty, and Priyanka Chopra. In 2006, he worked in Rock as a presenter and in Aksar as a producer. Both of the movies were appreciated by the critics and won various awards too. Later in 2007, he produced two movies. The first movie was The Train: Some Line should never be crossed…., directed by Hasnain Hyderabadwala, and Raksha Mistry, starring Emraan Hashmi, Geeta Basra, and Rajat Bedi. The second movie he produced was Anjaam, directed by Ananth Narayan Mahadevan, starring Emraan Hashmi and Tushar Kapoor. The movies went well in theatres and the critic ratings were fairly good. In 2009, he produced Jai Veeru: Friends Forever, directed by Puneet Sira, starring Fardeen Khan, Kunal Khemu, Dia Mirza, and much more.

Shyam Bajaj Hindi Actor