The Kali Ghat in the city of Calcutta saw the birth of Rajnarayan Dube in the year 1910 on 10th October. He was alumni of the first oldest modern educational institution in Asia Hindu School Kolkata. Rajnarayan Dube went on to become what people called him Pillar of Indian Cinema. His grandfather was one of the closest associate of greatest revolutionary Chapekar Brothers and prestigious wrestler of that era. He used to teach the students of Akhada. His father Seth Badriprasad Dube was one of the prestigious business tycoon from India and was the financier of first talkie movie of India, Alam Ara in 1931. Rajnarayan Dube started early at a young age of 16. Moving to Bombay was the first step of his journey. In Bombay where his father Seth Badriprasad Dube, a business tycoon had a running business of financial services (money lending) got great help with his joining. After starting young Rajnarayan Dube with guidance of his father went on to establish Dube Industries which played a vital role in development of Bombay at that time. It had a diverse portfolio of Construction, Finance and Share Market. Dube worked to explore the possibility of respectable business. It was 1929. The Britishers were ruling India, the time when the young sanatani Dube saw patriotic revolutionaries were sacrificing their lives for the freedom of their motherland.
Nearly for the past hundred years Dube Industries have been financing super hit films like Achhut Kannya, Jhoola, Mahal, Jeevan Prabhat, Jeevan Naiyya, Bhabi, Jawani Ki Hawa, Janma Bhoomi, Izzat, Prem Kahani, Nirmala, Durga, Basant, Samar, Nauka Doobi, Anmol Ghadi, Neel Kamal, Rail Ka Dibba, Faraar, Muqaddar Ka Sikandar, Pyaasa, Dost, Aa Gale Lag Ja, Do Raaste, Aradhana, Roti, Amar Akbar Anthony, Hath Ki Safai, Dharam Veer, Fakira, Upkar, Daag, Do Bigha Zameen, Mera Gaon Mera Desh, Jadugar, Haseena Maan Jayegi and over more than 700 films under the command of Legendary Producer and Financier Shri Rajnarayan Dube.