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Sri Adhikari Brothers elevates Manav Dhanda to CEO of the Group Companies

05-May-2015
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Sri Adhikari Brothers elevates Manav Dhanda to CEO of the Group Companies

Sri Adhikari Brothers have elevated Manav Dhanda as the CEO of the Group Companies.  Dhanda had joined the organization in April 2014 as EVP Head Group Business & Strategy and has since been responsible of charting the course of the organization to greater heights. Under his leadership Mastiii has regained the number 1 position in the highly competitive Music and Youth category, a position which has been further stamped with BARC.  Recently Dhanda had also announced that the Group intends to grow the broadcast bouquet to 11 channels including a flagship Hindi channel.

Markand Adhikari, Vice Chairman and Managing Director
Sri Adhikari Brothers said, "Manav has brought in a new zest and energy into the organization and his innovation strategic approach & extremely strong execution skills backed by his gifted leadership abilities make him a natural and deserving choice of the Group CEO.”

Dhanda, who leverages  over 15 years of experience across creative and business roles with MSM's Sony Entertainment Television, ENIL, Reliance Broadcasts’ BIG FM will be overseeing  the various verticals within the group including broadcast, publication, recently announced film production business, studio and a technology  focussed investment fund amongst others.

On the occasion of his promotion Dhanda said, "Working with Sri Adhikari Brothers over the past 12 months has been a lot of fun. The fact that every initial target that we had set out for has been achieved owing to the support of a great team and highly encouraging & visionary management makes the journey even dearer. I feel very grateful to Mr.Adhikari for having entrusted me with the critical responsibility of taking further the vision to build Sri Adhikari Brothers as a leading media organization across various verticals. From my perspective, I'm positive that the year gone by was just the beginning of a great joyous & successful ride that we all at Sri Adhikari Brothers are embarking on over the course of next several years.”

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