/ -- Bollywood is evolving today, as filmmakers are experimenting with different content. From films like Andhadhun, Badhai Ho, Uri and Raazi which changed the dynamics of content in Bollywood, Gaurang Doshi is further inspired to launch big league projects with dynamic content. Doshi believes that talent plays a huge role in bringing stories to life and has been instrumental in the careers of valuable 'A' list talent from Bollywood.
Doshi has recognised and unearthed hidden gems and has given many ace actors their first big break in the industry. He has also been part of many actors come back journey and has given them blockbuster hits. The ace producer has had an eye for talent not only in acting but also choreographers and lyricists among others. Celebrities including Sushmita Sen, Shreyas Talpade, Arjun Rampal, Prasoon Joshi, Remo D'Souza are a few talent, who has been part of Gaurang Doshi's hit Bollywood movies and he has also played a key role in the careers of several other 'A' list stars in the film industry.
Gaurang Doshi commented, "Bollywood has really been kind to me where the kind of films I thought were a risk turned out to be the most remarkable films in the industry and even for the actors who were a part of this journey. Indian cinema has moved from mono-plot movies to exciting and dynamic content which keeps the audience interested. It feels humbling to look back and know that not only the film but also actors I recognised as great talent have seen massive success. I promise to keep taking such risks which entertain the audience and break the box office records."
The four-time Limca Book record winner, Gaurang Doshi has recently announced his comeback with a three film projects and a revamp of his production house, setting the ground for a new beginning. Doshi is known for his blockbuster films like Aankhen, Deewar: Let's Bring Our Heroes Home and Bawandar.
About Gaurang Doshi:
Gaurang Doshi is a renowned name in the Bollywood Industry, who has given the audience movies like 'Aankhen', 'Deewaar' and 'Sandstorm'.
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