Rengarajan Jaiprakash

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Rengarajan Jaiprakash
Rengarajan Jaiprakash in 2010.jpg
Rengarajan Jaiprakash in 2010
Born
ResidenceMumbai, India
NationalityIndiaIndian
Other namesJP
OccupationFilm Producer
Years active2004-present
Spouse(s)Anuradha Jaiprakash (2004 - present)
Children1 (Abhijay Jaiprakash)

Rengarajan Jaiprakash (born 30 October 1974) is an Indian Film Producer who has worked in the Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, Kannada, Bengali and Punjabi movies.[1][2] He is also known as JP.[3] He is the CEO of All Around Globe Services Pvt Ltd.[4]

Biography[edit]

JP with superstar Rajinikath during the shooting of Lingaa

Rengarajan Jaiprakash was born in Bangalore, India. His parents, Venguduswamy Rengarajan and Rajam Rengarajan brought him up in a traditional Tamil household.[5] As a boy he loved movies and always wanted to be an integral part of the movie making process.[6] He holds a Diploma in Electronics and Communication and a Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management from VPM Institute of Management.[7] He has a good eye for locations across the globe where ad, movie scenes, sequences and songs are shot.[8]

HIL[edit]

All Around Globe Services Pvt Ltd, under the leadership of JP has been the official logistics partner for the Hockey India League in 2013, 2014 and 2015.[9]

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Language Notes & Location
2011 Kool[3] Kannada Jordan
2011 Rowthiram[3] Tamil Switzerland
2011 Vanthaan Vendraan[3] Tamil Switzerland
2012 Nanban[3] Tamil Amsterdam & Spain
2012 Rachcha[3] Telugu China
2012 Srimannarayana[3] Telugu Switzerland
2012 Podaa Podi[3] Tamil Hong Kong & Macau
2013 Greeku Veerudu[3][10] Telugu Switzerland
2013 Balupu[3][11] Telugu Portugal
2013 Krrish 3[3][12] Hindi Switzerland
2013 Paisa[3] Telugu Malaysia
2013 Dhoom 3[3][13] Hindi Switzerland
2013 Shravani Subramanya[3] Kannada Thailand
2014 Bramman[3] Tamil Italy & Switzerland
2014 Race Gurram[3] Telugu Italy & Switzerland
2014 Loukyam[3][14] Telugu Switzerland
2014 Bachchan[3] Bengali Portugal
2014 Lingaa[3] Tamil Macau
2014 Mukunda[3] Telugu Switzerland
2015 Baby[3] Hindi Nepal & Turkey
2015 Uttama Villain[3] Tamil Turkey
2015 Pandaga Chesko[3] Telugu Portugal
2015 Kick 2[3] Telugu Switzerland
2015 Kumari 21F[3] Telugu Thailand
2015 Bengal Tiger[3] Telugu Switzerland
2015 Soukhyam[3] Telugu Switzerland
2016 Speedunnodu[3] Telugu Switzerland
2016 Chakravyuha[3] Kannada Portugal
2016 Vishwaroopam 2[3] Tamil UK
2016 Lakeeran[3] Punjabi Portugal
2016 Rekka (film)[3] Tamil Thailand
2016 Jaguar (2016 film)[3] Kannada Switzerland
2017 Hebbuli[3] Kannada Switzerland
2017 Vanamagan[3] Tamil Thailand, Vietnam
2017 Paisa Vasool (2017 film)[3][15][16] Telugu Portugal
2017 Anjani_Putra[3] Kannada UK
2018 Prema_Baraha[3] Tamil Switzerland
2018 Vishwaroopam_II[3] Tamil and Hindi UK
2018 Nartanasala[3] Telugu Italy
2018 The Villain[3] Kannada Thailand, UK
2019 Gorilla[3] Tamil Thailand
2019 Dhruva Natchathiram (post-production)[3] Tamil UAE
2019 Manmadhudu 2 (filming)[3] Telugu Portugal
2019 Adithya Varma (filming)[3] Tamil Portugal
2019 War (pre-production)[3] Hindi Italy, Portugal, Switzerland

References[edit]

  1. ^ D’ Mar (12 March 2013). "Bollywood, il grande circo è in valle". LaRegione Ticino. p. 19. Italic or bold markup not allowed in: |newspaper= (help)
  2. ^ మందిరా రెడ్డి (7 April 2013). "Balupu - పోర్చుగల్ లో చిత్రీకరించారు మొట్టమొదటి భారతీయ సినిమా". Swathi Weekly. p. 48. Italic or bold markup not allowed in: |newspaper= (help)
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at "Rengarajan Jaiprakash in IMDB".
  4. ^ "Official Website".
  5. ^ Priyanka Sinha (18 November 2010). "Italian Roadmap". The Indian Express. Event occurs at 19:12. p. 1. Retrieved 27 October 2013. Italic or bold markup not allowed in: |newspaper= (help)
  6. ^ அஷ்வின் பிரபுவின் (29 June 2013). "தூம் 3 மற்றும் க்ரிஷ் 3 ஒப்பீடு - தயாரிப்பாளர் ரங்கராஜன் ஜெய்பிரகாஷ்". Dina Suriyan. p. 6. Italic or bold markup not allowed in: |newspaper= (help)
  7. ^ Gilles Berreau (15 October 2013). "De Bollywood à Valaiswood via Monthey". Le Nouvelliste (Valais). p. 5. Italic or bold markup not allowed in: |newspaper= (help)
  8. ^ Andrew Evans (9 July 2012). "Dream Sequence". National Geographic. Retrieved 27 October 2013. Italic or bold markup not allowed in: |newspaper= (help)
  9. ^ "Official Letter from HIL" (PDF).
  10. ^ "Ciak a Vicenza per film e canzoni made in India". Il Giornale di Vicenza (The Journal of Vicenza). 14 May 2011. Retrieved 27 October 2013. Italic or bold markup not allowed in: |newspaper= (help)
  11. ^ Sandra Imsand (9 July 2013). "Le Valais Fait Rêver Le Cinéma Indien". Grand Angle (French). Italic or bold markup not allowed in: |newspaper= (help)
  12. ^ "Krrish 3 in B4uTv.com". Archived from the original on 29 October 2013. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  13. ^ "Dhoom 3 Review in BollywoodTrade.com".
  14. ^ "Film indien au Swiss Vapeur Parc du Bouveret".
  15. ^ "Bollywood veio para ficar".
  16. ^ "Turning the lens on exotic locales" (PDF).

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