"Our team at Raheja Productions uses Professional HD cameras, and the footage is edited on top-of-the-line editing softwares before the finished product reaches the viewers."

For the past many years, Raheja Productions has been involved in wildlife film-making of the highest international standards. Driven by some of the top professionals in the industry, Raheja Productions is the leading producer of films and audio-visual presentations on varied subjects of environment and wildlife

Some of our recent ventures include `Tracking the Corbett Man-Eater' (shot in Corbett National Park) and `Lost In The Himalayas' (a vivid, account of a group of trekker's struggle for survival in the higher altitudes of Uttarakhand, fighting the fierce snow-storm, five members of the party lost their lives. The documentary is based on the actual footage of events unfolding at a height of over 18,000 feet)

One of our wildlife ventures, shot at Ranthambore National park, Rajasthan, documents the life of an orphaned female leopard cub who has not only successfully returned to the wild as well as had litter. Another one is on the glorious tigers of Bandhavgarh National Park in Madhya Pradesh; A unique experiment, never been undertaken anywhere else in the world, wherein three orphaned tiger cubs were brought up and taught the hunting skills all in the wild. Raheja Productions has had the distinction of being the first to capture the events from a close range.

'Wilderness Days', Our 30-minute 112 episodes weekly programme, have been aired on Doordarshan National, India's premier national TV channel, with an estimated viewership of over 100 million people in India between 2011 till 2014.

'Wild India Diaries', Our 30-minutes episodes have been aired on National Geographic channel during 2013 and ABP News during 2016 and we have a received a lot of appreciation for it. One of the episodes, The story of a Rogue Tusker from Rajaji National Park, Rishikesh was a thrilling mission led by the Forest department of India.