Bio: Homi Wadia (22 May 1911 – 10 December 2004)[1] was an Indian film director and producer in Bollywood (Hindi cinema). He was the co-founder of Wadia Movietone productions, established in 1933 and later after the closure of Wadiatone, he founded Basant Pictures in 1942. In a career spanning five decades, he directed over 40 films, including Hunterwali (1935), Miss Frontier Mail (1936), Diamond Queen (1940) and fantasy film Hatim Tai (1956). He was also a founding member of the Film & Television Producers Guild of India, established in 1954.[2] Homi Wadia was married to actress and stunt woman Fearless Nadia. Homi was the younger brother of JBH Wadia, who was himself a movie director.
Born: 22 May 1911, Surat
Siblings: J. B. H. Wadia
Spouse: Fearless Nadia (m. 1961–1996)
Died: 10 December 2004, Mumbai