Shivjeet Kullar

  • Shivjeet Kullar

    CEO, NFX Digital

    Shivjeet Kullar has spent over 25 years in advertising. He began his career with agencies like Lintas and Contract. At the age of 29 he became a Creative Director and went on to win over 100 national and international awards, including One Show, New York Festival, Creativity International and JWT - All World Gold.

    When he was 37, after winning Delhi Copywriter of The Year he became a partner-consultant to the Advantage Asia group and worked out of their Delhi, Sri Lanka and Jakarta offices.

    Among his well known campaigns are the BJP Campaign that won them the previous elections, Shah Rukh Mayur Khan, AC Black Whisky and Bole Mere Lips I Love Uncle Chips.  
    Till recently he was a mentor to the ad agency that he founded - K-Factor- which itself has won awards at Delhi Ad Club, Bombay Ad Club and Creativity New York.
    He was also a consultant in the event world where  he worked with all the latest event technologies including 270 projection, holograph, ventuz and water projection. Many of the events he has helped to create have won international awards.

    For ten years he wrote a column - Dilli To Pagal Hai, which has made him a household name in Delhi, it was later released as a book. He’s collaborated with Shiamak Dawar to write ‘Yes’ - The Musical. (where he worked with Bryan Tellis and Fountainhead). He has also just published a fiction thriller titled ‘Taking The Taj.’ Talks are on to produce it as a film.

    His first play ‘Shiva Calling’ will debut on stage later this year.

    In 2011 the world renowned Campaign magazine did a survey and ranked him as one of the 10 most high profile creative people in India, the only creative person in Delhi to be named on the list.

    He has now moved to the internet domain and launched a ‘first time in the world’ website called The site is achieving remarkable success, was funded by IAN - the largest Angel Netwrok in the world, and has an ultimate valuation of $100 million by Deloitte. It will be launched in 15 countries worldwide in the coming years.