Aashish Singh is working in Yash Raj Films as a Vice President (Production). He was born in a family of movie producers. Although he was a meritorious student throughout his educational journey, filmmaking was in his veins, and that is why he chose to follow his father's footsteps. He became an executive producer when
Dhoom-2 was released followed by Chak De India. Looking at his passion and knowledge in the making of films, Yash Raj Films gave him the post of Head of Production of YRF.
Since then he has been part of every movie that is being produced by YRF films. He holds the record of having produced maximum Hindi films as an Executive Producer. As a vice-president, he organizes a key position holding the budget accounts for the film, regularly evaluates the whole situation that enables the movie to progress since the budget is announced. He keeps the financial aspect of the film as a creative director, and even collaborates with the investors.
He also judges the script, analyses the marketing of the film, and supervises all the work in production stages till the movie gets released. He is an advisor to the board and assigned the post even to handle the legal issues about YRF films. Over the years, the crediting of executive producers in Film production houses is on the increase.
He is never visible on the sets but works behind every stage of films production. If given an opportunity, Aashish co-ordinates as an online producer in scouting the foreign locations and for film shoots. As an Executive producer of Dhoom-2, he had proved that Indian films could be as good as any Hollywood projects. He was the associate producer of '
Bank Chor,' '
Qaidi Band,' '
Tiger Zinda Hai,' etc. The vice present (production) brought a sea-changes to the production values in YRS films.
He remained associated with every movie that released after 'Chak De India' (2007) and proved that cinema needs colossal planning, right distribution, and must have high cinematic values to cater to larger audiences across the globe. A follow-up to 2004 'Dhoom' when released as D2 (Dhoom -2), grossed US$8,750,000 total in overseas markets and became his biggest hit, Yash Raj Films felt their films will capture now international markets very soon.
It was then YRF films felt it will have to face the toughest challenge even in future. After the success of 'Dhoom-2' and 'Chak De India,’ YRF needed to bring Aashish Singh as the signature face of the giant film franchise company. Soon, he redefined how Bollywood film plots its most salient tent poles. There was some talent within Ashish what he could do in YRF films which others could not do. Aashish felt his creative impulses could lead to a different game plan In film business.