CHAPTER :TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATION IN HARYANA
A well-planned and efficient network of transport is an essential component for a developing economy. The Transport Department of Haryana is committed to provide adequate, well-coordinated, economical, safe, comfortable and efficient transport services to the people of the state. Transport Department continue to progress forward over the years.
The state of Haryana has a well-developed network of road, rail and air transport. The state does not have water transport facilities due to lack of perennial rivers.
Road Transport in Haryana
In order to strengthen the road network in Haryana, the main emphasis has been laid on the improvement/upgradation of existing roads network, construction of by-passes, and completion of road construction works. Haryana has 1.19% of the total road network in India. The state has National Highways, State Highways and District Roads.
Road Network in the State
|Types of Road||Length (in km)|
|Major District Roads||1,395|
|Other District Roads||20,700|
Source: Directorate of Economic and Statistics 2018-19
As per Economic Survey, 2018-19, Haryana has a total road length of 26,431 km. The most remote parts of the state are linked with metalled roads. The district of Ambala has highest road density while it is lowest in Sirsa. Mahendragarh is the only district through which a National Highway do not passes.
Grand Trunk Road, commonly abbreviated to GT Road, is one of South Asias oldest and longest roads. GT Road is a part of NH1. It is also called Sher Shah Suri Marg. It passes through the districts of Sonipat, Panipat, Karnal, Kurukshetra and Ambala in North Haryana, where it enters Delhi and subsequently the industrial town of Faridabad on its way. Haryana and Delhi Government has also constructed Delhi-Gurugram expressway, which has the largest toll plaza in India.
National Highways are made and maintained by the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI). Haryana has 2.0% of the National Highways in India. As per the National Highway Authority of India, the total length of National Highways in Haryana is 3,097 km (November, 2018). The longest NH in the state is NH 9 (285 km) and shortest is NH 148 A (6 km).
Some National Highways in Haryana
|NH No.||Route||Length (km)|
|NE 2||Estern Peripheral Expressway around in Uttar Pradesh and Haryana (Under Construction)||44|
|703||Sardulgarh-junction with new NH No. 9 near Sirsa||15|
|5||Ambala-Punjab border-stretch in Punjab-Punjab border-Panchkula-Chandi Mandir-Pinjaur-Kalka-Himachal Pradesh Border||28.3|
|105||Pinjaur-Karanpur-Himachal Pradesh Border||17.5|
|7||Punjab, Panchkula, Raipur Rani, Dhanana in the State of Haryana-Himachal Pradesh||39.5|
|907||Yamuna Nagar (NH-73)-Jagadhri Chowk (junction with NH-73)-Chhachhrauli-Ledi-Darpur-Himachal Pradesh Border||45.9|
|9||Delhi Border-Bahadurgarh-Rohtak-Maham-Hansi-Hissar-Agroha- Bodopal-Fatehabad-Sirsa-Odhan-Dabwali-Punjab Border||285.9|
|709||Rohtak-Gohana-lsrana-Panipat/Rohtak-Bhiwani-Lohani-Loharu-Raj asthan Border.||188.3|
|11||Namaul-junction with new NH No. 352 near Rewari||88|
|919||Rewari-Dharuhera-Rajasthan Border-Taoru-Sohna- Palwal||67.9|
|334B||Sonipat, Kharkhauda, Sampla, Jhajjar, Charkhi Dadri-junction with NH 709 near Loharu||180|
|44||Punjab Border-Ambala-Shahbad-Pipli-Karnal-Panipat-Samalkha- Murthal-Kundli-Delhi Border-Delhi-Faridabad-Ballabgarh-Palwal- Rundhi-Hodal-Uttar Pradesh Border||257.8|
|344||The highway starting from its junction with NH-44 near Ambala connecting Dhanana, Saha, Yamunanagar in the State of Haryana-Uttar Pradesh||109.4|
|444A||Junction with NH No. 44 near Ambala-Saha-junction with NH No. 44 at Sahabad||42|
|48||Delhi Border – Gurugram -Dharuhera-Bawal-Rajasthan Border||83.3|
|148A||Delhi-Border-Gurugram (junction of NH-8)||6|
|148N||The highway starting from its junction with NH-48 near Dodka (Vadodara) connecting Godhra, Dahod in the State of Gujarat, Ratlam, Jaora in the State of Madhya Pradesh, Jhalawar, Kota, Sawai Madhopur, Laisot, Dausa in the State of Rajasthan, Firozpur Jhirka and terminating at its junction with NH-248A near Sohna in the State of Haryana.||80|
|248A||NH-48 near Sahpura-Alwar, Ramgarh, Haryana/Rajasthan border in the State of Rajasthan, Nuh and terminating at its junction with new NH No. 48 near Gurugram||111|
|52||Punjab – Narwana, Hisar in the State of Haryana – Rajasthan||143.2|
|152||Junction with NH-52 near Narwana, Kaithal, Ambala and terminatiing at its junction with NH-7 near Panchkula in the State of Haryana||122|
|352||The highway starting from its jucntion with NH-52 near Narwana connecting Jind, Rohtak, Jhajjar, Rewari and terminating at its junction with NH-48 near Bawal in the State of Haryana||186|
|254||Punjab Border-near Dabwali (NH No. 54)||47|
The State Highways provide important links between the state capital to various cities in the state. Its maintenance is done by the respective State Government. As per Economic Survey 2018-19, the total length of State Highways in Haryana is 1801 km. The shortest State Highway in Haryana is SH6(A), with the length of 4.9 km and longest is SH 12 with the length of 192.32 km.
|State Highway||Route||Length (km)|
|1||Jagadhri- Bilaspur- Sadhaura-Naraingarh-Raipur Rani Road||63.90|
|2||Surewala Chowk- Fatehabad||50.01|
* Source : Haryanapwd.gov.in
Expressways in Haryana
Expressways are 6-8 lane highways that are made to ease off the traffic on National Highways. Haryana has three expressways which are discussed below:
Panipat Elevated Expressway
It is an elevated expressway located in Panipat, Haryana. The expressway was built to ease the traffic on NH1 between Delhi and Amritsar. It is 10 km long. The entire stretch has been developed to a 6-lanes access control highway. The main 6-lanes part of this elevated expressway is in the middle of Panipat city, the length of which is 3.6 km. This 3.6 km flyover is the longest 6-lanes flyover in India today. This Build Operate Transfer (BOT) Project has been executed by L 8c T Panipat Elevated Corridor Limited (PECL).
KMP and KGP Expressway
KMP Expressway (Kundli-Manesar-Palwal) or Western Peripheral expressway It is a 135.6 km long 6-lane expressway in Haryana. It is a major network line of the state. The expressway acts as a Delhi byepass for traffic coming from North of Delhi on NH1, NH2 and going to South of Delhi or West of Delhi on NH8 and NH10. It passes through the districts of Sonipat (Kundli), Gurugram (Pachgaon), Mewat (Rozka Meo Industrial Area) and Palwal.
Kundli-Ghaziabad-Palwal (KGP) Expressway or Eastern Peripheral Expressway It is a 6-lane expressway linking Kundli and Palwal in Haryana via Ghaziabad. It is a 135 km long expressway. It passes through the districts of Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Greater Noida, Sonipat and Palwal.
It is a 28 km long access controlled toll expressway connecting Delhi, the National Capital of India and Gurugram, an important satellite city of Haryana. It was inaugurated on 23rd January, 2008. The expressway is a part of the Golden Quadrilateral Project, which itself is a part of the National Highway Development Project (NHDP). Golden Quadrilatebal Project emphasises on improving road connectivity between four metropolitan cities of India, namely Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata by developing 4-6 lane highways between them. South Asias largest and Asia’s second largest Toll Gate (32-lane) is situated on this expressway.
A Northern Peripheral Road or NH 248-BB, commonly known as Dwarka Expressway (8-lane) is under construction on the highway connecting Delhi to Gurugram. This expressway has been planned as an alternate road link to ease traffic situation on the Delhi-Gurugram Expressway.
Major District Roads
These roads connect the villages and blocks to the districts. The making and maintenance is done by Municipalities and Village Panchayats. As per Economic Survey 2018-19, the length of these roads in Haryana is 1395 kilometres.
Haryana Roadways Engineering Corporation (HREC), Gurugram
This corporation was incorporated in November, 1987 and is registered under Companies Act, 1956. Initially at the time of its incorporation, the authorised share capital of this corporation was Rs. 2.00 crore and now it has been gradually increased up to Rs. 6.60 crore. The main objectives of the HREC are
- To promote, establish, administer and manage Bus Body Building Workshop.
- To manufacture bus bodies according to design and specifications approved by the company and to import and export buses.
State Government Initiatives for Transportation Development
- Haryana has started the Sarthi Service that links the cities of Chandigarh-Delhi-Gurugram through regular bus services.
- Haryana State Transport Corporation runs regular buses to link various places within the state through roadways with nominal fares. The service is known as Haryana Gaurav.
- The state has started Haryana Uday which is a CNG bus service.
- The state has 16 training centres for light vehicle driving and a training centre for driving of heavy vehicles at Murthal (Sonipat). Three institutes of Driving Training and Research (IDTR) are located at Bahadurgarh, Kaithal and Rohtak. A tourth IDTR is being set up in Kaluwas village of Bhiwani district.
- The state has 24 bus depots, 13 sub-depots and 7 departmental driving training schools.
- Haryana Roadways has a fleet of 4100 buses at present, which carry an average of 10.87 lakh passengers every day.
- The Haryana Government in its New Transport Policy, 2018 announced that it will increase the fleet of buses by hiring private buses. This will increase the number of buses from 4100 to 5000.
Railway Transport in Haryana
Haryana is well-connected with rail network. There are about 96 railway stations in Haryana. The state has about 4106.26 km of railway tracks. The state also holds the record to run the first CNG train from Rewari to Rohtak on 15th January, 2015. The first train in Haryana ran in 1873 from Delhi to Rewari. Rewari has the oldest railway station.
Ambala is the head quarter of Northern railway zone of India. The state also has a narrow gauge track starting from Kalka linking upto Shimla in Himachal Pradesh. Jagadhri in Yamunanagar has a railway workshop. The Shipping Board of Indian Railway is located in Hisar. Rail Network in Haryana falls under three railway zones and five railway divisions. These are North Western Railway zone (Bikaner and Jaipur divisions); Northern Railway zone (Delhi and Ambala divisions) and North Central Railway Zone (Agra division).
Main Rail Routes
Haryana is connected to all parts of India by broad gauge railway line. The main railway station of Haryana is Chandigarh. The major railway stations in Haryana are Ambala Cantonment, Ambala City, Bahadurgarh, Ballabhgarh, Bawal, Bhiwani, Bhiwani City, Faridabad, Gurugram, Hisar, Jagadhri, Jakhal Junction, Karnal, Kurukshetra, Loharu, Mahendragarh, Palwal, Sirsa, Sonipat and Kalka.
There are three important rail routes in Haryana. They are as follows:
- The first rail route passes from the Eastern part of the state and goes to the North. It connects Delhi to Sonipat, Panipat, Karnal, Kurukshetra and Ambala to reach Amritsar.
- The second rail route connects Delhi to Central and Western parts of the state viz. Bahadurgarh, Rohtak, Jind, Narwana, Tohana and Jakhal upto Firozpur in Punjab.
- The third rail route connects Gurugram to Rewari which is one of the oldest and largest junction of Haryana. Five rail routes connect Rewari to different places. They are Rewari-Delhi, Rewari-Bawal-Alwar, Rewari-Narnaul-Ringas, Rewari-Kanina-Mahendragarh-Satnali-Loharu and Rewari-Dadri-Bhiwani- Hansi-Hisar-Sirsa.
Apart from major rail routes, the state has 3 link routes that connect different places within the state. They are
- Panipat to Gohana
- Jind to Panipat
- Kurukshetra to Narwana
Routes to Other States
The main railway routes passing through Haryana are:
■ Amritsar-Delhi ■ Rewari-Ahmedabad ■ Bhiwani-Rohtak-Delhi
■ Ambala-Firozpur ■ Delhi-Firozpur ■ Kalka-Jodhpur
■ Kalka-Howrah ■ Amritsar-Howrah ■ Delhi-Shimla
New Railway Projects in Haryana
Indian Railways is contracting a new Rohtak-Meham-Hansi railway line with an estimated cost of Rs. 680 crores. Rohtak-Panipat railway line in Rohtak is to be elevated to decongest the city with an estimated cost of Rs. 315 crore.
Metro Rail Network in Haryana
First Metro Rail Network in Haryana started in Gurugram. The yellow line of Delhi metro rail connected Southern part of Delhi i.e. Qutub Minar to HUDA city centre in Gurugram in 2010. At present, HUDA city centre metro service is a 48.3 km long stretch that is connected to Samaypur Badli of North Delhi.
Rapid Metro Rail, Gurugram
Rapid Metro is a fully elevated metro rail system serving the city of Gurugram, Haryana. It is linked with Delhi Metros Yellow Line at Sikandarpur. Rapid Metro Rail, Gurugram is India’s first fully privately owned and operated metro. The line is being operated by Rapid Metro Rail Gurugram (RMGL), linking the major satellite towns like Faridabad, Gurugram, Bahadurgarh, Kundli, etc. Rapid metro runs for a total length of 11.7 km serving eleven stations.
National Freight Corridor
To facilitate transportation of heavy Cargo and to provide a strong infrastructural base to the economy, the Central Government has initiated the projects for high speed rail network. These are Diamond quadrilateral high speed rail network, Eastern dedicated freight corridor and Western dedicated freight corridor. The Eastern dedicated freight corridor will pass through Ambala and Yamunanagar while Western dedicated freight corridor will pass through Rewari in Haryana.
|Rewari Railway Heritage Museum
It is a railway museum built in 1893. It houses some of India’s oldest steam locomotives and is the only surviving steam loco shed in India. The world’s oldest still functional steam locomotive is known as Fairy Queen.
Air Transport in Haryana
It is an important means of transport in Haryana for travelling of people and cargo. Perishable goods and agro products are sent to different parts of the country from Haryana through air transport. The Civil Aviation Wing of Haryana Government was formed on 1st November, 1966. The aviation department has set up domestic as well as international airports in Haryana.
As per Economic Survey 2018-19, the state has 5 civil aviation airstrips in Hisar, Bhiwani, Karnal, Narnaul and Pinjore. The state has 3 flying training centres in Hisar, Karnal and Pinjore. The state has 6 airports that cater to national and international traffic for both passengers and cargo. They are Karnal, Hisar, Pinjore, Narnaul, Bhiwani and Jind. Ambala, Bhilwara, Bhiwani, Hisar, Kalka, Sirsa are air force stations that are highly secure and cater to defence needs of the entire Northern region of India. On 31st January, 2010, India’s First Aero Sports Centre was established in the Narnaul city near Bachhod Airstrip. It is known as Rajiv Gandhi Aero Sports Centre.
Some important airports in Haryana are:
Chandigarh International Airport This airport is located on 306 acre land of Jheorehri village near Mohali. The Greater Mohali Area Development Authority has connected this airport with Punjab. It has every modern facility and is mostly made with glass and steel. Major airlines have shown interest in the airport and have started operating from here. Now, Chandigarh Airport is one of the most important airports in the North India. It serves the states of Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. There are about 28 takeoffs and landings per day here.
Hisar Airport It is a public airport at Hisar. It is located 5 km North-East from the city on NH 10. The airfield, spread over 200 acres, was built in 1965, for the Hisar Aviation Club, which later merged with Haryana Institute of Civil Aviation in 1999. The institute continues to provide flight training at the airfield with its fleet of Cessna aircraft. A privately managed service was started from Hisar to Delhi and Patiala in 1971, but was terminated after a period of 6 months. The Delhi Flying Club (DFC) shifted all its flying activities to Hisar from Safdarjung Airport in 2002.
Karnal Airport It is better known as Karnal Flying Club. This is a small airstrip situated about 3 km East of the city of Karnal. It is being used for general aviation and pilot training. The Flying Club has been running at this airfield since 1967. Its operations were expanded in 1999 by merging it with the Hisar Aviation Club and Pinjore Aviation Club. The Haryana State Government approved the plans to develop the airport to operate domestic passenger services under the UDAN scheme.
Cargo Airport The government intends to set-up an international Cargo Airport in the National Capital Region (NCR). Site for the project has been identified at Bhaini Maharajpur and Bhaini Bhairon villages in the state, which is in the NCR.
The Airport Authority of India (AAI) has undertaken site feasibility study and given its principal clearance for the proposed site. A formal application has been filed with the Ministry of Civil Aviation, Government of India for formal approval to the project, which is under its active consideration.
Gurugram Airstrip It is also called Bhondsi airstrip or Silokhera airstrip. It is located 10 km South of Gurugram city centre. It is a small airstrip and has just 1 runway. It has been included in the UDAN-Regional Connectivity scheme for operation of domestic flights.
Narnaul Airstrip This airstrip is mainly used by Rajiv Gandhi National Centre for Aero Sports and it was inaugurated in 2010.
|Ambala Air Force Station
It is an air base East of the urban Ambala area. This air base was first built in 1948, following the Independence of India. It is used for military and government flights. It is also used to fly in politicians and other key people. The Indian Air Force base at Ambala was attacked by the Pakistani Air Force in both the 1965 and 1971 wars.
Communication in Haryana
The state of Haryana makes steady progress in establishing network connectivity throughout the state. Some popular communication systems of the state are as follows:
It consists of newspapers and magazines. They remain important means of mass communication in the state even after the advent of internet and digital technology.
The first newspaper printed in Haryana was ‘Hariyana which was published from Jhajjar. Pandit Deen Dayal Sharma was its editor. ‘Refay Aam’ was the second newspaper edited by him which also circulated in Haryana in pre-Independence period. Another important newspaper from Haryana was ‘Jaat Samachar first published in 1889. Its editor was Babu Kanhiya Lai. In 1916 Jat Gazette ‘was published from Rohtak. Chaudhary Chotu Ram was its editor.
Next important newspaper from Haryana was ‘Hariyana Tilak’ first published in 1923. It was a weekly newspaper published in Urdu and Hindi language from Rohtak first published. Since then many newspapers have come up in the state. Dainik Haribhoomi is the first National Newspaper published on 5th September, 1996 from Rohtak. Haryanas first Hindi newspaper Jain Prakash was published by Editor and Journalist Ziyalal Jain in the year 1985.
Magazines are an important medium of transferring the information to target groups. It is an important medium that showcases the culture of a society.
Some of the famous magazines are as follows:
Haryana Samvad It is a monthly magazine published up by Public Relations and Cultural Affairs Department, Haryana. It is published in Hindi language. It started publishing in 2008. The magazine is also published in Punjabi language from 2010. Krishi Samvad It started its publication from 2008. Haryana Review It was started in 2008 in English.
Tameer-e-Haryana It is an Urdu magazine published from Haryana from 2008. Ubharta Haryana It is a trendy magazine in Haryana that discusses latest issues related to economy, society and polity.
Harigandha It is a magazine published by Sahitya Akademi of Haryana. It was started in 2011. It encourages new talent by publishing their works. The magazine also has an electronic version.
Famous Newspapers/Magazines of Haryana
|Bhakti, Maid Prabhakar, Ahir Hiteshi||1926||Rewari||Hindi|
|Rangeela Musafir, Amarjyoti, Haryana Sandesh||1950||Hisar||Hindi|
|Waqt Ki Awaz||1953||Hisar||Hindi|
It is an extremely popular means of mass communication in urban and rural areas of Haryana. Akashvani Rohtak (AIR Rohtak) was the first radio station to be set up in Haryana on 8th May, 1976. Several other radio stations were established in the state namely Akashvani Kurukshetra on 24th June, 1991, Akashvani Hisar on 26th January, 1999.
Other radio stations are Radio Sirsa, Radio Mewat, Radio Karnal, Radio Ambala, and Radio Gurugram. Alfaz-e-Mewat is a community radio station established in 2012 to facilitate local programs. Radio Manav Rachna is a community radio station catering the student needs in the Aravalli Campus and Manav Rachna educational institutions. Hisar also has a radio station catering exclusively to agricultural universities.
On 1st November, 2002 the Television Studio Centre alongwith Satellite Earth Station and DD-2 transmitter was commissioned at Hisar. Narrowcasting from LPT, Hisar was also started simultaneously. Hisar Doordarshan Kendra, is the only Programme Production Centre in Haryana, located in Sector-13, Hisar. The inauguration of the Kendra was made by the then Union Minister of Information and Broadcasting, Smt. Sushma Swaraj in the presence of Shri Om Prakash Chautala, the then Chief Minister of Haryana. At present, many satellite television channels operate in Haryana along with Doordarshan. The state also has well equipped television studios in Gurugram, Hisar, Sirsa, etc.
Radio and Television Artists
|Rohit Sardana||Television anchor, media personality|
|Ranbeer Dhahiya||Television artist|
|Krishna Sharma||Television and Radio artist|
|Seema Dhakar||Television and Radio artist|
|Narendra Balhara||Television and Radio artist|
|Rajbala Phogat||Television and Radio artist|
|Mahabir Guddu||Television and Radio artist|
|Karambir Saini||Radio artist|
Proper communication and good network system is the decisive feature of an emerging state like Haryana. Haryana offers a statewide network for extremely effective telecommunication facilities.
Various private sector players such as Reliance Infocom, Tata Teleservices, Bharti Telecom, Idea and Vodafone Essar are there for smooth and efficient communication. BSNL has its operations in the state. Gurugram, Faridabad, Bahadurgarh, Kundli, Chandigarh are major cities that use telecom services widely.
Information Technology (IT) in Haryana
It has a prominent and progressive role in the new millennium as the single most important enabler for improving efficiency and effectiveness in organisations. The State Government recognises the role of IT as an effective tool in catalysing economic activity, in efficient governance and in developing human resource.
State Government encourages replacement of traditional delivery system of public services by IT driven system of governance that works better, costs less and is capable of serving the citizens’ needs with ease.
The Haryana Government unveiled its Information Technology (IT) policy in 2002. The policy was subsequently revised in 2017. This policy seeks to facilitate private domain initiative in e-transition of Haryana by providing critical infrastructure, systems framework and enabling environment.
The salient features of Information Technology Policy in Haryana are:
- Upgrading the standard and quality of administration, particularly in social and public services sector through a process of modernisation and rationalisation of the administrative set-up.
- Providing public centred, efficient and cost-effective government.
- Extensive percolation of IT literacy and education in the state.
- Promoting investments in IT industry.
- Encouraging private sector initiative in IT related infrastructure and services.
- Increasing the share of IT in State Gross Domestic Product.
- Generating IT related employment opportunities.
- Developing Cyber cities on the lines of Gurugram and Faridabad district.
Haryanvi films are films in the Haryanvi dialect of Hindi. Due to the dominance of the Mumbai based Hindi film industry, films in Haryanvi were not extensively produced until the 1980s. The Haryana film industry is nicknamed as Hariwood.
The first film of Haryana was Harphool Singh JatJulani directed by Anand. It was released in 1970. ‘Beera Sherawas a popular film that came up in 1974 whose director was Anup Singh. It was followed by Vir Ghatothkach in 1974. In 2000, Aswini Chowdhary won the Indira Gandhi Award for Best First Film of a Director at the National Film Awards for the Haryanvi film Laddo.
Tagadi- The Honour’released in 2015 received two national awards in 62nd National Film Awards. Jayant Prabhakar is a famous film director of Haryana while Devi Shankar Prabhakar is a famous producer known to make many successful films. Jagat Jakhar is a popular film actor in Haryana while Nikunj Malik, Manisha Hans, Parul Gulati, Mannara Chopra are lead female actresses.
In 2010, the Government of Haryana announced for establishing a film board to promote Haryanvi language films. Unlike other State Governments, Haryana does not subsidise the production of regional films or exempt them from the entertainment tax.
List of Famous Haryanvi Films
|1968||Dharti||1987||Chora Jat Ka|
|1982||Bahurani (First Commerical successful Haryanvi movie)||1991||Jatani|
|1984||Chandrawal (First commercial superhit Haryanvi movie)||1991||Mhari Dharti Mhari Maa|
|1986||Phool Badan||1991||Phaagan Aaya Re|
|1987||Bataeu||2011||Muthbhed-A Planned Encounter|
|1987||Chail Gabharu||2012||Tera Mera Vaada|
|1987||Chandro||2014||Dear vs Ber|
|1987||Chora Haryane Ka||2015||Pagdi : The Honour (Best Haryanvi Film at 62nd National Film Awards)|
Popular Film Industry Artists from Haryana
|Ashwini Choudhary||Rohtak||Producer, Director|
|TP Agarwal||Sonipat||Producer, Director|
|Ashok Ghai||Rohtak||Producer, Director|
|Subhash Ghai||Rohtak||Producer, Director|
|Pankaj Butalia||Ambala||Producer, Director|
|KP Kaushik||Ambala||Music Director|
|Satish Kaushik||Mahendragarh||Writer, Actor, Director|