Shree Ashtavinayak Cine Vision

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Shree Ashtavinayak Cine Vision Ltd
Public
IndustryMotion picture
Founded2001
HeadquartersMumbai, Maharashtra, India
Key people
Dhillin Mehta; S.S Jaswal
Hiren Gandhi
Rupen Amlani
ProductsFilm production
Film distribution
Websitewww.ashtavinayakindia.com

Shree Ashtavinayak Cine Vision Ltd was a film production and distribution company that produced and distributed Indian films, mainly Hindi. The chief of the company is Dhillin Mehta.

Television[edit]

Ashtavinayak Cine Vision produced the serial Aamrapali on Doordarshan in 2002.

Company Information[edit]

The company management includes Dhilin Mehta - Chairman & Managing Director, S.S Jaswal - Director, Rupen N Amlani - Whole Time Director, Dhaval V Jatania - Whole Time Director, Hiren J Gandhi - Whole Time Director, Ashok V Ladhani - Ind. Non-Executive Director, Chandrakant K Sachde - Ind. Non-Executive Director, Nishant A Mahidhar - Ind. Non-Executive Director, Hetal N Thakore - Ind. Non-Executive Director. It is listed on the BSE with a BSE Code of 532793 and the NSE with an NSE Code of SHREEASHTA. Its Registered office is at A-204/205, VIP Plaza, 2nd Floor, Off Andheri Malad Link Road, Mumbai,Maharashtra - 400053. [1]

Jab We Met (2007)[edit]

The company produced Jab We Met, directed by Imtiaz Ali and starring Shahid Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor. It was released on 26 October 2007. The movie was nominated for a number of awards, and received the Stardust Award for Best Film in 2008.

2008-present[edit]

In early 2008, the company produced Superstar starring Kunal Khemu. Late into the year, the company saw success with the hit Golmaal Returns, the sequel to Golmaal, whilst also producing Kidnap. At the end of the year the company released Maharathi starring Boman Irani, Neha Dhupia, Ashwin Nayak, Om Puri, Paresh Rawal, Naseeruddin Shah and Tara Sharma.

In 2009, the company released Blue, Run Bhola Run and Mr. Fraud. It has already released Luck with a negative result as it earned even less than Kidnap.

Blue was Shree Ashtavinayak's biggest project till date with its budget set to INR 100 crores. It was an action film shot in the Bahamas and starring Sanjay Dutt, Akshay Kumar, Lara Dutta and Zayed Khan. However, the film performed poorly at the box office, and got predominantly negative reviews.

Dabangg, Shree Asthavinayak's latest release has performed very well at the box office, with its first day collection surpassing that of 3 Idiots, which was distributed by Big Pictures. Dabangg is one of biggest hits of Bollywood.[2]

Shree Ashtavinayak Cine vision entered into Joint Venture with LFS Global for creating India's largest film city near Mumbai.[3]

However, on 20 June 2014, the company was suspended from trading on 20 June 2014. Additionally, Bombay High Court assigned a liquidator after company failed to pay its creditors.[4]

Films produced[edit]

Year Film Director Release Date Other Notes
2003 Fun 2shh: Dudes In the 10th Century Imtiaz Punjabi 19 December 2003
2004 Agnipankh Sanjiv Puri 9 January 2004
2005 Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya David Dhawan 15 July 2005
2006 Golmaal Rohit Shetty 14 July 2006
2006 Bhagam Bhag Priyadarshan 22 December 2006
2007 Jab We Met Imtiaz Ali 26 October 2007
2008 Superstar Rohit Jugraj 8 February 2008
2008 Sunday Rohit Shetty 25 January 2008
2008 Kidnap Sanjay Gadhvi 2 October 2008
2008 Golmaal Returns Rohit Shetty 29 October 2008
2009 Maharathi Shivam Nair 4 December 2008
2009 Luck Soham Shah 24 July 2009
2009 Blue Anthony D'Souza 16 October 2009
2010 Khatta Meetha Priyadarshan 21 July 2010
2010 Knock Out Mani Shankar 15 October 2010
2010 Dabangg Abhinav Singh Kashyap 10 September 2010 Filmfare Best Movie Award
National Film Award for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment
2010 Golmaal 3 Rohit Shetty Production/Distribution
2011 Rockstar Imtiaz Ali 10 November 2011
2012 Bol Bachchan Rohit Shetty 6 July 2012

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