The Canadian government recognizes producer Vinay Vashisht for his contributions to the Indian film and music industry.


Producer Vinay Vashisht has received Certificates of Appreciation and Recognition for his contribution to the Indian music and film industry by Alberta and the Canadian government.

He has produced many music albums such as Tere Binn by Jazim Sharma, Ghetto Town by Raj Ranjodh, Kamli by singer Nitin and he was also one of the producers of Guzar Jayega starring Amitabh Bachchan and 80 prominent bollywood personalities. and the music industry.

Delighted Vinay Vashisht shares: “I am honored and touched to have received the Certificates of Recognition and Appreciation from the governments of Alberta and Canada. Many thanks to the Honorable Irfan Sabir, MP and Honourabke Jag Sahota, MP. I also want to thank the people who made it possible for me to get to where I am in my life today. My parents dipped into their retirement savings, took out loans and made sure they went out of their way to get me to where I am today. Their sacrifices and hard work have helped me accomplish so much in my life and a simple thank you will never be enough.

Born in Phillaur, Punjab, producer Vinay Vashisht moved to Canada at the age of 5. After completing his studies in business, at the age of 24, he established himself as an entrepreneur and producer. Ambitious and self-taught, Vashisht started his career working two jobs to support his elderly and retired parents, and then invested in well-established businesses today.

Vinay is a partner and shareholder of many leading companies. He has always walked the path reflected in the words he once wrote: “Success is never easy, always choose the difficult path! How more you will appreciate and cherish your rewards! “

Vinay, who is a prominent philanthropist, entrepreneur and producer, is also part of the Indian film industry and hosts Bollywood concerts across North America under his Paradox Entertainment Ltd. banner. He also owns the Opulence Records Ltd. music video label. In 2019, The House of Vashisht Banner hosted 21 shows and events across North America and also created a music video. He released another clip in 2020.

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