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NH Studioz appoints Ravi Malik as CEO

Rohit Bohara and Jatin Pandit join as digital head and head-business operations & productions resp

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MUMBAI: In a major shake-up in its corporate leadership, NH Studioz has brought in Ravi Malik as CEO, appointed Rohit Bohara as digital head and named Jatin Pandit as head of its business operations and productions.

In his new role, Malik will oversee the entire running of the company. An industry veteran with over 40 years of experience, Malik was responsible for successfully establishing the DD network under the NFDC umbrella. From managing prime time slots to being an executive producer for more than 200 films in 14 languages which include classics like - Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro and Marupakkam, he has done it all. He also greenlit more than 1500 television programmes for Doordarshan 2 including Jungle Book, Rangoli, Superhit Muqabala and many others. Apart from being the CEO of Videocon Entertainment and other big companies, he served as the director of creative arts at the Fiji National University for nine years, where he headed the film and television department.

Having such a vast and varied exposure, Malik’s vision is to create new business verticals along with movies and TV shows which suit the ever-growing demands of the audience.

Bohara and Pandit will spearhead the digital content syndication businesses across verticals, including the setup of NH Studioz’s own OTT app as well as various digital channels. Both these names are backed with over 20+ years of hardcore experience and proficiency in the area of international and digital gevelopment.

Rohit Bohara has single-handedly led international content markets like MIPTV, MIPCOM, ATF, CICAF, FilmMart, Cartoons of the Bay and many more. He also has over 14 years of practice in new media business development, content acquisition and syndication & distribution across mediums. During his 30-year-long career, Jatin Pandit has worked with biggies like Crest Communication Ltd, Multivision Plus, Hungama Digital, SaReGaMa, and others. He is a dab hand when it comes to content creation, programming and digital media.

Founded in 1980, NH Studioz is a leading content house with distribution of Indian cinema around the globe. It has a vast library of 1500 films which ranges from features produced in the 1930s to 2020, across major Indian languages. Apart from producing pan-Indian movies and shows, NH Studioz also offers an extensive post-production infrastructure and services set in one of the most accessible localities of the town.

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