Campaign India Team
Sep 14, 2020

Producers Guild of India appoints Nitin Tej Ahuja as CEO

The late Kulmeet Makkar held the position prior

Nitin Tej Ahuja
Nitin Tej Ahuja
The Producers Guild of India (PGI), the film, television and digital content producers’ body has announced the appointment of Nitin Tej Ahuja as chief executive officer.
 
Ahuja takes over on 14 September and has worked across various sectors in the media and entertainment industry. Kulmeet Makar who passed away in May this year was the last CEO of the PGI.
 
Siddharth Roy Kapur, president, Producers Guild of India, said, “I have known Nitin for many years as someone with an expansive and in-depth understanding of the media and entertainment industry. He is uniquely equipped with the knowledge, experience and ability to take on the challenges and to build on the opportunities that will be presented by the unprecedented times ahead of us. I am confident that in this role, Nitin will be a huge asset to the PGI and to the industry as we move forward.”
 
Ahuja said, “As a long-time observer and admirer of the Guild’s wide-ranging and pathbreaking initiatives in championing the interests of content producers, I am honoured to serve in the continuation of the Guild’s untiring efforts. I look forward to working closely with the PGI President and members as we navigate the challenges brought about by the global pandemic and the vastly different landscape that awaits us in the post-Covid world”
 
Kapoor added, “I also want to take this opportunity to recognize the immense contribution of the late Kulmeet Makkar, in his role as CEO of the Guild for the past decade. His sudden demise left us all in grief, and created a huge void at the PGI. Kulmeet worked long and hard with passion and perseverance to bring the Guild to its present stature, and I have no doubt that Nitin will go on to ably build on this wonderful legacy.”
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