Dinesh Vijan

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Dinesh Vijan
Years active2005–present
Pramita Tanwar (m. 2018)

Dinesh Vijan is an Indian film producer and director and the founder of Maddock Films.[2] He gave up his lucrative banking job 14 years ago to pursue films.[3] He has produced critically and commercially acclaimed films such as Stree, Luka Chuppi, Badlapur, Hindi Medium, Being Cyrus, Love Aaj Kal, Cocktail and Go Goa Gone.[4]

“I like to make films which are entertaining. The films must entertain you and leave you with something.”

— Dinesh Vijan [5]

“Audiences are evolved and exposed to so much content that we must strive to make interesting stories, but still retain the commercial sensibilities they are used to.”

— Dinesh Vijan [6]

“I am trying to build my own horror comedy universe.”

— Dinesh Vijan [7]





  1. ^ "Dinesh Vijan ties the knot with Pramita Tanwar". The Indian Express.
  2. ^ "Hindi Medium sequel in the works as T-Series, Maddock Films sign multiple-movie deal". Firstpost.
  3. ^ "The boy who loves movies". The Indian Express.
  4. ^ "Luka Chuppi producer Dinesh Vijan has 10 films on the floors". Telegraph India.
  5. ^ "Dinesh Vijan: Can't fool the audience anymore". Mid-day.
  6. ^ "From Go Goa Gone to Stree and Luka Chuppi: Dinesh Vijan's incredible success story". DNA.
  7. ^ "With Stree, Rooh-Afza and Munja, I am building my own horror comedy universe: Dinesh Vijan". The Indian Express.

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