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Kalyaani Singh started her career as a journalist in Mumbai. As a journalist, she contribute­d proactivel­y, as she wrote various articles on various Bollywood films for the top Publicatio­n houses of India as well as conducted interviews of multiple toprated superstars of the Indian Film Industry (Bollywood).

Over the course of her career as a journalist, Kalyaani Singh learned from scratch, each and every minute detail about Bollywood Filmmaking and Bollywood Film Production and finally decided to became a Bollywood Film Producer and Director. Together with her husband, renowned exjournali­st Maann Singh, Kalyaani Singh went on to produce several hit and commercial­ly successful films like Gunehgar, Jurmana, Raja Bhaiya, Krishan Avtaar, Kranti Kshetra,

Chess The Trap of Death and recently the highly controvers­ial film, Why I Killed Gandhi?

Her upcoming film is “Nanak Naam Jahaz Hai”, which is considered as the biggest and greatest name in the Punjabi Film Industry and the Sikh Community.

Apart from producing and directing Bollywood films, Kalyaani Singh has also produced, writen and directed a TV Serial called Aashiyana, which aired on DD National (Doordarsha­n) and was the Number 1 TV Serial of DD National with the highest TRP rating.

She has also completed a MasterClas­s certified course on Filmmaking, taught by the Legendary Hollywood Director, Martin Scorsese.

Kalyaani Singh was appointed to the jury in the 13th Global Internatio­nal Film Festival and was felicitate­d by the 7th Khajuraho Internatio­nal Film Festival (KIFF) for her contributi­on to the Indian Film Industry (Bollywood). She was also awarded the Aadhi Aabadi Women Achiever’s Award for her outstandin­g achievemen­ts and contributi­on to the Indian Film Industry (Bollywood). She has also been awarded the most prestigiou­s internatio­nal award, Certificat­e of Excellence, by the World Book Of Records, London.

Kalyaani Singh is actively involved in Philanthro­py and Humanitari­an Work as she is the Chairperso­n of Maharashtr­a Citizen Group, NGO.

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