Four Lions Films is based in Mumbai and is making a range of television serials for Zee TV, STAR One, Channel V, Star Plus, Sony TV and the newly launched Sony Pal. Before the production house was created, many of its notable people had already worked together on youth shows such as Miley Jab Hum Tum and Dill Mill Gayye. The motto of Four Lions film is to stay in the heart of audience forever.
Gul Khan holds a Master's degree in Mass Communication from MCRC, Jamia Millia University, New Delhi. She started her career as an assistant on the hugely popular dance show "Boogie Woogie" which went on to run for the next eight years on television. Gul,then went on to write and direct some of the most popular and widely acclaimed television shows like "Sanjeevani", "Shaheen" and "Rishtey". She has also created content for the television market in Indonesia and some of the shows there like "Bewang Merah Bewang Putih" and "Mimpi Manis" are still considered landmarks on the Indonesian television landscape. She turned producer and co-founded Four Lions Films in 2008.
Gorky holds a degree in English Literature from Hindu College at Delhi University. He started working on documentaries at a very young age of 18 and produced documentaries for many illustrious NGOs like the Rajiv Ganghi Foundation and Aga Khan Foundation. He won a gold medal at the International Video Olympiad in Brazil at the age of 20. He went on to work with some of the biggest names in the Indian film industry like Subhash Ghai,Kundan Shah and Red Chillies Entertainment. He has worked on five feature films and 40 ad films as an associate. He has directed over 2000 hours of content including TV, feature films, ad films and music videos. He turned producer in 2008 and co-founded Four Lions Films. He has directed the feature film "Men Will Be Men", produced by Red Chillies. His direction credits also include "Humse Hai Liife" on Channel V and "Arjun" for Star Plus for Four Lions Films.
Nissar Parvez holds a Bachelor's degree In Mass Communication and Video production and a Post – Graduate Diploma in Film and TV Production from St. Xavier's College. He started his career assisting Gul Khan on the hugely popular shows "Sanjeevani" and "Shaheen". He took over the mantle of a director for the sequel of "Sanjeevani" which was titled "Dil Mil Gaye" and ran for 750 episodes. Since then, Nissar Parvez has become synonymous with "young entertainment" and is one of the most sought after directors in television today. He won the best director's award at the Indian Television Awards 2010 for "Geet", a show on Star One, which currently on air, having recently completed 450 episodes.