Super Cassettes Industries Private Limited, working together as T-Series, is an Indian music record name and film creation organization established by Gulshan Kumar in 1983.He established T-Series during the 1980s and built up it as a main record mark during the 1990s. In 1997, he was killed by the Mumbai underworld syndicate D-Company.
STRUGGLE OF T SERIES FOUNDER
Kumar, at first was a natural product juice dealer in Delhi who established T-Series sold pirated Bollywood musics, before the organization started creating new music.
DATE OF BIRTH
Gulshan Kumar Dua was born on 5 May 1956 to a Punjabi Hindu family.
He was the child of Chandrabhan Kumar Dua, a natural product juice merchant who worked the streets of the Daryaganj neighborhood in Delhi. Dua began working with his dad since the beginning. After his passing, T-Series has since been controlled by his brother Krishan Kumar and son Bhushan Kumar. His little daughter Tulsi Kumar and Khushali Kumar are likewise well known playback artists. He was a dedicated admirer of Shri Shiv Ji and Devi Parvati, as he was a devotee of the Shaiva custom of Hinduism.
IMPROVEMENT OF GULSHAN KUMAR
Dua changed profession ways when his family gained a shop moving records and shabby sound tapes, which foreshadowed the beginning of a tremendous music domain.
DEATH OF GULSHAN KUMAR
Gulshan Kumar Dua lost his life in a shooting outside the Jeeteshwar Mahadev Mandir, a Hindu mandir committed to Lord Shiva of which he went to day by day in Jeet Nagar, Andheri West suburb of Mumbai, on 12 August 1997. Mumbai Underworld association D-Company was included with the murder.
POLICE CASE AGAINST UNDERWORLD
The police likewise blamed film author Nadeem Saifee for the music team Nadeem-Shravan of having paid for the murder because of a personal dispute and fled the nation after the murder. On 9 January 2001, Abdul Rauf Merchant (known as “Raja”) admitted to being the killer. On 29 April 2002, Sessions Judge M. L. Tahilyani condemned Rauf to life imprisonment, expressing that he was not imposing
The police claimed that Saifee paid Abu Salem, a known partner of Dawood Ibrahim, to kill Dua and allowed Rauf to the activity, yet for reasons unknown Ibrahim and Abu Salem were at that point anticipating killing Dua as he had declined to pay protection cash to D-Company as a part of an extortion attempt. According to his family’s desires, Gulshan Kumar Dua was incinerated in a shamsan (incineration ground) in Delhi.
LONDON HIGH COURT HEARING CASE
After the police’s claims against him, Nadeem Saifi had fled to the United Kingdom. In 2001, the case was taken to the London High Court, which dismissed the Indian government’s demand for removal on the ground that there was no at first sight body of evidence against Saifi.
In August 2001, prosecution’s main witness, Mohammed Ali Hussain Shaikh, who had prior asserted Saifi taken part in the murder, said that he didn’t know Saifi and had never observed him. Abu Salem additionally denied Nadeem’s association on Indian national TV.
Saifi was likewise excused by four courts, including the House of Lords in the United Kingdom and the sessions court in Mumbai. Saifi in the long run gained British citizenship, and later moved to Dubai, where he maintains an effective perfumery business.