Gaurang Doshi (born 14th March 1972) is an Indian filmmaker, who primarily works in Hindi Cinema. He is the third generation of the Doshi family who decided to carry forward the legacy of filmmaking and production. Early from his father’s time, the Doshi family has introduced remarkable names in the industry giving them the break of their life. He is the only person in the industry holding his name in the 4 Limca Book of World Record.

Son of Late Vinod Rai Doshi, Gaurang at an early age of 19 years made his debut as a solo producer with the film Bawandar which was released in 2000. The film was based on the true story of Bhanwari Devi, a rape victim from Rajasthan, India. The film depicts the personal trauma, public humiliation and legal injustice that Bhanwari Devi went through while pursuing justice in the Indian courts. The film was showcased at several international film festivals and won multiple awards.

Under VR Pictures, the family production company of Gaurang, they produced some of the most remarkable Hindi films in the history of Indian Cinema like Nastik, Sachha Jhutha, Black Mail, Dil, Beta, Raja and many more. After taking over the family business from his father, Gaurang renamed the VR Pictures to Gaurang Doshi Productions Private Limited, keeping the family company running.