Ganesh Jain

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Ganesh Jain
Born
Ganesh Jain
OccupationProducer
RelativesSee Jain family

Ganesh Jain is a Bollywood film producer. He, along with his brothers, Ratan Jain, Girish Jain, Champak Jain, Umed Jain, Ramesh Jain and Bhawar Jain, founded the company Venus Records & Tapes . Major films he has produced include Baazigar, Josh, Garam Masala and De Dana Dan. He was elected as chairman of the Indian Music Industry (IMI) and Indian Phonographic Industry (IPI) for the year 2012–2013.[1]

Early career[edit]

Ganesh Jain along with his brother Ratan Jain started the business of manufacturing video cassettes during the early 1980s under the banner of Venus Records & Tapes Manufacturing Company. In 1992 they diversified their business by starting to produce films. The first film produced was Khiladi. The company in past two decades has amassed many audio, satellite, video and cable rights.[2]

List of movies produced[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ganesh Jain elected as new Chairman". Glamsham. Retrieved 8 December 2012.
  2. ^ "About". Venous Records. Retrieved 8 December 2012.