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Yadu Productions is a premier line production company based in Mumbai, India. Having executed major projects for International TV channels and production companies such as Discovery, NatGeo, NBC, MTV, Nickelodeon, BBC, Channel News Asia, ITV etc, it offers complete production support for anyone filming in Asia & Africa.

We recently worked with Anthony Bourdain on Parts Unknown for CNN. Yadu Productions worked on finding the right characters and stories, identifying the perfect locations for the India episode. Look out for the show coming this Spring 2014. Soon read all about our experience working on this project.

When Dateline NBC & Chris Hansen wanted to come to India to produce an investigative news story on clinical drug trials, they got in touch with us to work with them in producing this story. Please read our executive producer Uday Sripathi’s experience as he goes undercover along with Chris Hansen. 

Nicholas Kristof, the famous NY Times columnist came to India for his PBS documentary “Half The Sky”, based on a book he wrote with the same name. He chose to work with Yadu Productions to identify stories of trafficked women & children. Apart from taking care of the complete logistics, we have played a critical part in this documentary with Uday Sripathi going undercover along with Nick Kristof in some of the dangerous red light areas of India. Read what went behind in the making of this documentary. 

President Obama’s visit to India was a big affair. Whenever he travels on a state visit to foreign countries, there are hundreds of people who travel with him to support him in his diplomatic mission. One of the most critical team is the USTV Pool, the official broadcast team consisting of the five big US networks, NBC, CNN, CBS, Fox and ABC. Again, it was Yadu Productions which was chosen to be partnered with USTV Pool and the White House Press Corps to handle all the logistics and management of the broadcast of President Obama’s historic visit to India. Read Uday Sripathi’s first hand experience on working on this project.

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