ABOUT SKB
 
     
 

A film production house based in Mumbai, Sant Kinaram Baba (SKB) Production. was established in the year 2012 by dynamic personality Mr. Dharmendra Bharti with the aim to provide creative & realistic movies to audience. SKB Production. has ventured into other domains of production like film production, distribution, promotions and post production services as well. Our other services include PR, marketing, celebrity management, in film branding, media buying and project design.

We, at Sant Kinaram Baba (SKB) Production, believe in honesty and have been working hard to entertain our audience round the clock.

 
     
 
 
Dharmendra Bharti
Producer / Actor
 
     
 
 
     
 
 
     
 
     
Hariom Yadav
Naresh Sasiya
Jatin Patel
 
     
  Casting agency and acting institute in Mumbai and Ahmedabad

My artist provide by

Ek Tha Raja Ek Thi Rani
Suryaputra Kand
Raziya Sultan
Mahabhart
Mahakumbh
Maharana Partap
Mahadev
Mahima Sunny Dev
Chandr Gupt Morya
Rang Rasiya
Crime Petrol
Bandhan Raziya Sultan Karn Singh Shabh The Great
Grand Masti Katti Bati
Amita Kaa Amit
Ashoka Jodha Akber
Yeh Hai Aashiqi
And upcoming project v4

Hariom Yadav
Birthday - 23/06/1993

Jatin Patel
Birthday -  05/12/1990

Naresh Saisiya
Birthday - 12/05/1992

The Hindi language film industry of Mumbai—also known as Bollywood—is the largest and most popular branch of Indian cinema. Hindi cinema initially explored issues of caste and culture in films such as Achhut Kanya (1936) and Sujata (1959). International visibility came to the industry with Raj Kapoor's Awara and later in Shakti Samantha's Aradhana starring Rajesh Khanna and Sharmila Tagore. Hindi cinema grew during the 1990s with the release of as many as 215 films. With Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, Hindi cinema registered its commercial presence in the Western world.

In 1995 the Indian economy began showing sustainable annual growth, and Hindi cinema, as a commercial enterprise, grew at a growth rate of 15% annually. The salary of lead stars increased greatly. Many actors signed contracts for simultaneous work in 3–4 films. Institutions such as the Industrial Development Bank of India also came forward to finance Hindi films. A number of magazines such as Filmfare, Stardust, Cineblitz, etc., became popular.

The audience's reaction towards Hindi cinema is distinctive with involvement in the films by audience's clapping, singing, reciting familiar dialogue with the actors.
 
     
     
 
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