Subhash Ghai Prominent Writer, Director and Producer of Bollywood gets included in World Book of Records
Prominent Writer, Director and Producer of Bollywood Shri Subhash Ghai of Mumbai, India has been included by World Book of Records as one of the pioneers in bringing the digital revolution in small centers of India by introducing digital projections systems in theatres along with Introducing new actors, technicians and performers grooming them into stars and contributing to the development of Cinema for 55 years. Being a prominent Writer, Director & Producer Hindi cinema, Shri Subhash Ghai conceived and directed a magnum audio-visual stage show ‘Cinema’ in 1991, celebrating 100 years of world cinema with 42 Bollywood stars, 200 musicians, and 250 dancers on a 180 feet stage at NSCI, Mumbai.
The certificate was bestowed to Shri Subhash Ghai by Barrister Santosh Shukla (President and CEO, World Book of Records) along with Usman Khan (President, Maharashtra State WBR) and Dr. Suchita Shukla (Chief Editor, Alma Today). Significantly, Shri Ghai started his career in Hindi cinema as an actor with small roles in films including Taqdeer (1967) and Aradhana (1969). He was lead in the 1970s Umang and Gumraah. His directorial debut was the film Kalicharan (1976) which he obtained through a recommendation by Shatrughan Sinha.
As of 2016, he has written and directed a total of 16 movies. In 2006, he set up his own film institute Whistling Woods International in Mumbai. The institute trains students in filmmaking: production, direction, cinematography, acting, animation. Earlier, the United Kingdom and South Africa have sought his expertise to help set up institutions.