Aashish Singh

Aashish Singh (born in Mumbai) is an Indian film producer. He was previously the heads of production at Yash Raj Films,[1][2] a film studio in India.[3][4][5][6][7]

Aashish Singh
Known forChak De India ,Ponniyin Selvan , Dhoom 2 , Dhoom 3 , Sultan , Ek Tha Tiger , Tiger Zinda Hai , Jab Tak Hai Jaan , Band Bajaa Baaraat , Hichki ,New York , Mere Brother Ki Dulhan , Band Baajaa Baarat , Gunday ,Rab Ne Bana di Jodi , Rocket Singh - Salesman of the year ,Mere dad Ki maruti , Badmaash Company , Dream Girl , Ram Setu and many more .


He is the CEO at Lyca Productions a leading production house producing films in Tamil and Hindi . He was earlier Director, Original Film at Netflix and briefly was the CEO of Motion Pictures at Balaji Telefilms. He was previously the Vice President at Yash Raj Films, where he was also an executive producer for all films produced there. Films he produced include Chak De India , Tiger Zinda Hai, Sultan, Hichki , Dhoom 3', Dhoom 2 , Ek Tha Tiger , Jab Tak Hai Jaan , Band Bajaa Baaraat ,

Singh has also produced Ek Tha Tiger, Dhoom 2, Jab Tak Hai Jaan, Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi, New York and Band Baaja. He has executive produced the most films in the Hindi language and shot films in more then thirty five countries[citation needed]




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