Big Synergy, a television production company, has built its reputation as a leader in the field of format shows. Started as one of the country’s first few independent television outfits in 1988, Big Synergy has been at the helm of producing some of the country’s most critically acclaimed programmes.
BIG Synergy is an acknowledged leader in factual entertainment in India. With over 4500 hours of content behind it, BIG Synergy has produced some of India’s most popular and critically acclaimed factual entertainment shows. Keeping up with the constantly changing viewership, Big Synergy has incorporated top-of-the-line technology and state-of –the-art equipment, creating content and program ideas in sync with market demands. With the growth in regional television, the company has added capabilities in producing TV content in nine languages (Hindi, English, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Bengali and Bhojpuri).
Founded in 1988, the production house is allied with BIG Entertainment, conglomerate of the Anil DhirubhaiAmbani Group since 2007. In 2016, the Company has forged a strategic alliance with Phantom Films to foray into the scripted segment of the TV and Digital Media.
Over the years, Big Synergy has delivered both critically and commercially, with original Non Scripted shows such as Quiz Time, India Quiz, Eureka, A Question of Answers, Manch Masala, Style Today, Eureka, 3-2-1, Mum Tum aur Hum, Bollywood Ka Boss, KheloJeetoJiyo and Sports Ka Superstar, as well as international formats such as Mastermind, University Challenge, KamzorKadiKaun, India’s Child Genius, Bluffmaster, Heartbeat, Kya AapPaanchvi Pass Se Tez Hain, 10 Ka Dum, India’s Got Talent, Aap Ki Kachehri, SachKaSaamna and Kaun Banega Crorepati. Recently produced original Non-scripted shows India’s best jobs for the Discovery Channel, and The GoodHomes Show with WWM for the TLC.
Big Synergy is expanding it’s offering into the Scripted segment for both TV and Digital Media with popular web-series like Yay kay hua Bro with ‘Voot’, Kaushiki with ‘VuClip’, Bose-Dead or Alive with ‘Alt Balaji’ and few under development shows with Amazon and Netflix.