Ashok Amritraj

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Ashok Amritraj
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Country (sports)  India
Born (1956-02-22) 22 February 1956 (age 61)
Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India

Ashok Amritraj (born 22 February 1956)[1] is an Indian American film producer, former tour professional tennis player, chairman and CEO of Hyde Park Entertainment. He is also the former CEO of National Geographic Films.


Professional tennis[edit]

Amritraj is also a former tennis player and has represented India on an international level. During his nine-year career, he competed in doubles at Wimbledon, the US Open, and won the World Team Tennis Championship title with the L.A. Strings in 1978 where he was voted Most Valuable Player. As a junior, he reached the finals of the Junior Singles at Wimbledon in 1974. Both his brothers, Vijay and Anand Amritraj, are accomplished tennis players, together reaching the Davis Cup final in 1987.

Personal life[edit]

Amritraj lives in Los Angeles with his 2 children, Priya and Milan, along with his wife, Chitra.


As Producer[edit]

As Executive Producer[edit]


  1. ^ Roy, Amit (21 February 2009). "Slumdog will sweep". The Telegraph. Calcutta, India. 
  2. ^ "Hyde Park Hunts Latest 'Killer'". 

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