Himanshu Dhanuka

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Himanshu Dhanuka
Himanshu Dhanuka.jpg
Native name Himanshu Dhanuka
Occupation Producer[1]
Spouse(s) Shristy Tibrewal[2][3][4][5]

Himanshu Dhanuka (Bengali: হিমাংশু ধানুকা) is a Bengali film Producer and Distributor.[6][7]

Indian Film Producer and Distributor, Himanshu Dhanuka is the helmsman of Eskay Movies . Starting his career from the year 2008 he took regional Bengali films to greater heights of success and glory.

Personal life[edit]

Himanshu, the elder son of Producer and Distributor Ashok Dhanuka, was born on 18 July 1985. He completed his graduation in Mechanical Engineering from National Institute of Technology. Kurukshetra. He married Shristy Tibrewal in the month of October, 2013.


Himanshu started his career at the young age of 23 as a producer along with his father, Ashok Dhanuka on films like Bhalobasha Bhalobasha(2008), Dujone (2009), Wanted (2010), Khiladi (2013) and many others. Bhalobasha Bhalobasha remained as the first Bengali film which was shot outside Asia and South East Asia, the film marked as the biggest blockbuster of the year 2008. Himanshu never looked back after that and gradually carved his own niche for commercial Bengali films producing back to back super-hit films like Khokababu, Ami Sudhu Cheyechi Tomay Romeo vs Juliet, Khoka 420, Shotru, Badshah the Don, and Shikari.

Indo-Bangladesh Co production[edit]

For the first time in Bengali Entertainment industry Eskay Movies took initiatives to alliance with Bangladesh Entertainment industry with the motto to provide wider and better content to audience of both the countries. From launching new faces of the country in India to distributing films in way to encourage cultural integration between the two countries. Himanshu Dhanuka encouraged the work of Bangladesh Film industry thus inculcating values and creating a larger market for both the languages. The Indo-Bangladesh co-production films not only did well in West Bengal but also did equally well for Bangladesh, thus arising a wave of new age cinema in Bangladesh and Dhaka.



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