Harjit Singh Ricky is a well known Punjabi Film Director who directed the Punjabi several Punjabi Films. Harjit Ricky was born in Kapurthala (mother Smt. Kuldeep Kaur), Punjab. His hard-core experience in Film direction especially on historical subjects lead him establishing Cine Vision Films in 1998. COMPANY has completed a number of projects on Sikh History and Commercials (Feature Films, Documentary Films, Short Film, Add Films, Commercials) and more than 300 music videos under the sincere leadership of Mr. Harjit Singh Ricky.
He has completed his schooling at MDSD Sen. Sec. School at Kapurthala. After that he study further in Doaba College, Jalandhar. After that he went to Bombay to see some sort of shootings, where he bought a Still Photo Camera and a Video Camera which was hard earned money given by his father (S. Shangar Singh) in the year 1997. Mumbai, where he learnt a lot about his career.
Next in his career journey, he spent approx two years at Delhi, in the year 2001 and leant a lot with his own hard efforts. Next to it, seeking his sharp career in the his field. He remained in this city for a period of 3 years, but failure to gain what he was seeking in. It was his worst period of his life, declared by Mr. Harjit Singh Ricky.
After exhausted from this city, he went to Mohali (Punjab), seeking sharpen his career more. Where he did Promo Songs for a famous company (Fine Touch Music Video). Here Ricky met with Mr. Rubi, who gave him Rs. 15,000 those days ( year 20….) for 2 to 3 Promo works. An incident happened when a famous Singer appreciated his work. Then his career started very sharply, being made more than 300 Music Videos continuously sending time of days and nights.
He has made 7 episodes of Sultan-UL-Quam in year 2004, Karza and Pardesi Dhola Tele Films in year 2007, Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Film in the year 2010, a numbers of Add Films in year 2011, a Film Sirphire in year 2012, “JATT AIRWAYS” in 2013, Film “WANDD” in 2014 and “ONCE UPON A TIME IN AMRITSAR” in 2015 sequently.
His career turned sharply in progress while, Mr. Hardip Singh Dhillon (from Gidarbaha, Punjab) has joined hands with him in his upcoming films.
One of his Film (Baba Banda Singh Bahadur) was greatly appreciated by SGPC President (S. Avtar Singh Makkar) and they took all the expenses on this Film. Apart from this Sikh Historic Film, two more Tele-Films “Wada Ghallughara” (took place at Kuparhire – Malerkotla) and “Chhota Ghallughara” (took place at Kahnuwan – Gurdaspur) was appreciated well by S. Parkash Singh Badal (Chief Minister, Punjab). These Tele Films carry a great memory of Sikh Generals, Troops and Great Warriors.