Campaign India Team
Jul 24, 2020

Vistas Media Capital adds Raj Nayak to board of advisors

Nayak will advise co-founders Abhayanand Singh and Piiyush Singh to grow the business units in India.

Raj Nayak
Raj Nayak
Content media and entertainment holding company Vistas Media Capital has added Raj Nayak, founder and MD, House of Cheer, to its board of directors.
 
Nayak will be a sounding board and advise co-founders Abhayanand Singh and Piiyush Singh to grow the business units in India.
 
Golden Ratio Films, a fully owned subsidiary of Vistas Media Capital, has been very active in the content space in India with releases like 'Bhonsle’ recently on Sony Liv as well as their upcoming slates in Hindi, Tamil and Marathi. 
 
Abhayanand Singh, CEO, Vistas Media Capital, said, “We are thrilled to have Raj on board this exciting journey which started in 2014. The vast experience which he brings with him will help us gear operations in India as he is known to be an innovation catalyst in the media sector. We welcome the fresh thinking which is forward-looking and has an ability to disrupt the market.”
 
Nayak said, "The media and entertainment space is growing at an exponential pace in India & this role gives me the opportunity to be a part of the exciting journey of Vistas Media Capital who have very ambitious plans. The good thing about this role is that it does not in any way restrictor disrupt my other plans in this space.” 
 
 
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Campaign India

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