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Ajay Kapoor to lead Rajesh Wadhawan Group’s new Film Production house

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Ajay Kapoor to lead Rajesh Wadhawan Group’s new Film Production house

Rajesh Wadhawan Group, spearheaded by Kapil Wadhawan and Dheeraj Wadhawan, a business group with interest in finance, real estate, hospitality, and sports, is now entering Bollywood with their foray into film production. This new venture for the group will take shape under the leadership of Ajay Kapoor.

After lifting T Series into leadership position in the film industry, Kapoor will now lead the Rajesh Wadhawan Group’s new foray into the entertainment business. Welcoming Kapoor’s addition to the group, Dheeraj Wadhawan, Vice Chairman, Rajesh Wadhawan Group said, “His wealth of experience and the body of work till date makes him a major force to reckon with in the industry. We welcome Ajay to our family and hope his vision and leadership skills will create strong foundation for our production house.”

Kapoor said, “Over the years T-Series has given me a lot of love & strength and recognition in the market. It was time I took the experience I have gained and make use of it into exploring newer and bigger opportunities. I share the vision of this group’s foray into the film production business and hope to make a difference together as envisioned.”


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