Ekta Kapoor

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Ekta Kapoor (Hindi: ???? ????) is an Indian TV and film producer. She is the Joint Managing Director and Creative Director of Balaji Telefilms, her production company.

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The festival of lights sees Bollywood participate with gusto every year. The homes of actors and producers are where some of the biggest Diwali parties in Mumbai take place.
On Bhai Dooj, siblings Ekta Kapoor and Tusshar Kapoor talk about growing up together, fighting as kids, and more.
Ekta Kapoor is almost always in the news - either for her TV shows or her films.    Having delivered many hit soaps over the past decade, her success in the TV industry has been unrivalled. But it has also earned her brickbats, mostly owing to the conservative domestic settings of her shows.
Ekta Kapoor creates drama on the big and small screen, and this time, her own life, too, turned quite dramatic. At the Jaipur Literature Festival, she had gone to talk about television, film, literature and nature of narratives, on January 21, when she faced ­protests from the Rajput Karni Sena.
Ekta Kapoor and Karan Johar have been planning a co-production for a while now. But even as that film is delayed, their friendship has turned mutually beneficial for their respective banners.
While many feel that superstar Salman Khan will make a good politician, producer Ekta Kapoor thinks otherwise.

Both producer Ekta Kapoor and actor Imran Khan have been denying any differences officially since Once Upon A Time in Mumbai Dobaara. Their quotes, however, indicate otherwise.

Ekta Kapoor, producer Television and film producer Ekta Kapoor is 38 and single. As a result, she's often asked about her relationship status. On most days, she handles these questions with aplomb, by joking about them or brushing them off.
While there has been a lot of buzz around Ekta Kapoor’s latest production Ragini MMS 2, owing to Sunny Leone’s ­provocative avatar, we have heard that the producer is ­organising a ­special screening of the film on request from some of her male friends.
We all need a bit of luck in our everyday lives, and the television industry is no different. Superstitions, rituals or rules - call it what you will - these routines are followed by a number of TV actors and producers.

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