The Founder and CEO of Reddwings production house, Faiz Qureshi, is a marvellous personality. An out-of-the-box approach combined with unparalleled mindset has taken him to great heights. A par-excellent organizer, he has organised 20 plus fashion shows and beauty contests where he played an organiser and judge.

Not stopping, he appeared on 150+ shows as a celebrity judge and did E-commerce shoots for brands as a casting director.

Faiz Qureshi has been recognised for his potential and has judged many fashion contests with Bollywood celebrities and prestigious personalities like actress Sara Khan, Mehak Chahal, Flora Saini, Divya Aggarwal, Nibdita Pal, Rahul Roy, Suresh Raina, Wasim Khan, Arbaz Khan and many more.

He has been publicly honoured by awards. His excellent workpieces include “Sajna tere bina,” a song with Bollywood singer Mohd Danish. A man of talents, Faiz is going to shoot two songs as a producer – Catwalk and Habibi with Bollywood singer Mohd Danish. Habibi song title promo has already released on FILMFARE ME channel. The full song would be out very soon after the pandemic situation.

Born in Meerut on 7 March 1993, he initiated his work as a director/organizer with Magnet Production gaining significance for arranging Mrs India Globe International Beauty Pageant for married women and Mr and Miss India Globe International Beauty Pageant.

His masterpieces include a video album song GIRLFRIEND (2017) which was produced by him in which he worked with singer Vikrant Dhaka and featured Ekta Rai.

He founded Reddwings Productions in 2018. Faiz Qureshi created a Punjabi video album song OK REPORT with singer Virender Singh featuring Mahima Hora with a multichannel wide release comprising all music television channels.

In 2019 he organized a fashion and talent show for married women in Dubai, UAE under Reddwings Productions that was telecasted on Star Plus Dubai.

The statistics and elegant skillset define the kind of person he is. His choice of characters and locations is exquisite and he is quite a luminary.