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Sindhi’s in Film Industry

By Deepak Ramchandani

Deepak Ramchandani
Emaildeepakgr2007@rediffmail .com

This is the inventory of Sindhi People in Film industry which include Indian Cinema, television and in foreign films


A CD was presented to me by my Sister and Brother-in-Law which contained about 800 songs, I had copied in my mobile and from some months these songs had became part of my life, especially I here Master Chandur daily. One of the song “ Wafaia Ja Putla Wafadar Sindhi, Hu Hara Fanna Me Ahin Hoshiyar Sindhi” In this song Master Chander narrated the name of Gope Kamlani, comedian actor in Hindi Film industry for which I was not knowning. One one day I along with my wife Asha attended a program in Sindhology Adipur in which music on voilen was performed by Master Kanayalal Lalwani, he had worked along with many music director and it was also told that his children are also working for music in film industry. These facts were unknown to me and also to many Sindhis. Most often while watching television ,my wife Asha, son Yash and daughter Sonam discussed about who is sindhi artist in film and television industry. These event brought a thought in my mind to list the Sindhis who are working in film industry, hence I started searching on web. I hoped that I could collect more than 100 names but this figure reached more than 350 numbers which are listed and detailed in this collection. Presumption of sindhi is based on their surname and information on the internet , in some cases if may be wrong for which I apologise. My father during his younger age was very fond of movies while after retirement he became strongly religious, I dedicate this collection to my late father Shri Gobindram Ramchandani. Deepak Ramchandani

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Sr.No Name Role In Film Industry Category :Indian film/ Foreign films Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

Master Chander Aazad Sufi Bhagwanti Navani Ram Panjwani Kamla Keswani Govardhan Bharti Chandru Atma Satram Rohera C.H.Atma Bulo C. Rani C Arjun Gope Bhudo Advani Sadhana Shivdasani Babita Shivdasani Hari Shivdasani Kareena Kapoor (H/S) Karishma Kapoor (H/S) Kitu Gidwani Hansika Motwani Kanayalal lalwani G.P.Sippy Ramesh Sippy Kiran Juneja Rohan Sippy Raj N Sippy Asrani Aarti Chabria Jayant Kriplani Hitesh Kriplani Ravi Baswani

Singer/ Music director/ Poet Singer Singer Singer Singer Lyrics Writer Singer Singer/ Producer Singer Singer Music composer Actor Actor Actor Actor Actor Actor Actor Actor Actor Singer/ Musician Producer Producer Producer Director Director Actor Actor Actor Actor Actor

32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68

Raj Kiran Dilip Tahil Mac Mohan Sangeeta Bijlani Vishal Dadlani Shekhar Ravjiyani Ranveer Singh Ghanshyam Vaswani Kumar Taurani Ramesh Taurani Ambika Hinduja Poonam Sinah Sonakshi Sinah (H/S) Rajkumar Hirani Shweta Keswani Girish Kumar Taurani Sindhu Tolani Bihari Kandhari Pratibha Advani Dabboo Ratnani Vashu Bhagnani Jackky Bhagnani Nandu Tolani Nikhil Advani Sapna Bhavnani Mohan Dayaram Bhavnani Ram Mirchandani Vijaykumar Mirchandani Devesh Mirchandani Deepak Advani Kartekey Talreja Basant Talreja Sunil Chainani Mukesh Talreja Akhil Talreja Pravin Talreja Kunal Babani

Actor Actor Actor Actor Singer/ Music composer Singer/ Music composer Actor Singer Producer Producer Producer Actor Actor Director Actor Producer Actor Producer TV Anchor/ Producer Photographer Producer Actor Producer Director/ Screen writer Actor/ Hair Stylist Producer Producer Director Choreographer Actor Producer Producer Producer Producer DJ Producer Writer/Director/ Producer

Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Foreign Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian

69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106

Usha Bachani Sweety Bachani Ramesh Bachwani Priya Badlani Akshay Badlani Joy Badlani Vijay Badlani Jay Badlani Anant Balani Anil Balani Bhavesh Balchandani Rajesh Balwani Manish Balwani Shibani Bathija Adrian Bellani Rimjhim Bhagchandani Yash Bhagchandani Sunny Bhambani Ravi L Bharwani Anasthasha Bharwani Chandru Bhojwani D.G.Bhojwani Monisha Advani Madhu Bhojwani Meenakshi Budhrani Karan Butani Kumar Butani Preeti Bhutani Chandni Buxani Sadhna Buxani Jane Chablani B.A.Chandiramani Nikhil Chandiramai Dev Chugani Jyotish Chugani Roma Chugani Nikhil Advani Pankaj Advani

Actor Costume Designer Actor Actor Actor Actor/Executive Producer Actor Actor Director Director Actor Actor Actor Script Writer Actor Producer Actor Director Actor Actor Model/ Actor/ Director Art Director Producer Producer Second Astt Director Director Acting School Actor Astt Producer Photographer Director Producer Actor Producer Executive Producer Actor Director Director, Screenwriter, Film

Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Foreign Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Foreign Foreign Indian Indian Foreign Foreign Foreign Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Foreign Foreign Foreign Indian Indian Indian Indian Foreign Indian Indian

Editor, Theatre Director,Photographer, Painter 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 Neeta Agnani Rishi Agnani Vijay Aidasani Amit Aidasani Kshitiz Alamchandani Deepa Alamchandani Manish Lalwani Supriya Ambwani Ram Daryani K.S.Daryani Deepak Daryani Deepti Daryani Rocky Daswani Rahoul Dawani Rishi Daswani Gauri Daswani Sunil Khemchandani Cherly Chotrani Susheel Gajwani Raj Gajwani Amit Gajwani Sunil Gulani Karishma Harjani Archana Harjani Laurent Harjani Karishma Harjani Pinky Harwani Mahesh Harwani Rajkumar Harwani Manghram Harwani Pinky Harwani M Harwani Ashok Hinduja Ambika Hinduja Karishma Chanrai Media Coordinator Model/ Actor Actor Visual Effects Composer/ Editor Assistant Director Editing Actor Producer/ Director Producer/ Director Actor Actor Producer Camera/ Editor/Director Director Astt Director Distributor Media Professional Producer/ Actor Video Production Costume Designer Producer Costume/ Fashion Admin Manager Astt Director/ Production Manager Costume Designer Actor Marketing Producer Producer Actor Producer Producer Producer Producer/ Director Indian Foreign Indian Foreign Foreign Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Foreign Indian Indian Foreign Indian Indian Foreign Indian Foreign Foreign Indian Foreign Indian Foreign Indian Foreign Foreign Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Foreign

142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180

Lal Purswani Vijay Purswani Saileah Purswani Angelina Idnani Rajiv Idnani Vicky Idnani Kamal Jadhwani Aarti Jadhwani Hitesh Jadhwani Manish Jadhwani Amish Jadhwani Hitesh Jadhani Lavina Jadhwani Hitesh Jadhwani Divya Jagasia Kavin Jagtiani Sharad Jagtiani Lata Jagtiani Punit Jasuja J.C.Jasuja Ravi Jasuja Sunil Jasuja Harish Jaswani Sharma Jaswani Nitin Jaswani Kamna Jethmalani Kubhaer T Jethwani Ajee Jethwani Sugnu Jethwani N Jethwani Sam Sugnu Jethwani Ramesh Gwalani Ushma Karnani Rajkumar Karnani Arnaan Karnani Brij Ratan Karnani Ramesh Karnani Sweta Keswani Pradeep Keswani

Producer Executive Producer Executive Producer Actor Production Assistant Film Promotion Actor Actor Astt Director/ Director Executive Producer Casting Director Writer/ Director/ Producer Director Astt Director Actor/ Producer Camera Department Actor Writer Film book Actor Accounting Presenter Actor Actor Actor Music Director Actor Actor/ Second Director Acknowledgement Producer Producer Producer Producer Actor Misc Crew Actor Acknowledgement Actor Actor Production Manager

Indian Indian Foreign Indian Foreign Indian Indian Indian Foreign India Foreign Indian Foreign Foreign Foreign Indian Foreign Indian Foreign Indian Indian Foreign Foreign Indian Indian Indian Foreign Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Foreign Indian Foreign Indian Indian Indian Indian

181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195

Hiroo Keswani Khyati Keswani Malika Keswani Mohan Keswani Shyam Keswani Yashika Keswani Sheila Ramani Gopal Khemani Vinod Khemani Ramesh Khiani Rishi Khiani Hitesh Kriplani Yashish Kriplani Shahil Kriplani Reena Kukreja

196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216

Trilok Kukreja Raj Kukreja Amit Kukreja Pradeep Kukreja Mohamn Kukreja Vivek Vaswani Karishma Lakhani Rashi Lakhani Eka Lakhani Raj Lakhani Prashant Lakhani Yogesh Lakhani Ramesh U Lakhani Yogesh Lakhani Vijay Lalwani Varun Lalwani Vishal Lalwani Diksha Lalwani Parikshit Lalwani Honey Lalwani L.K.Lalwani

Add Cinematographer Actor Coordinator Cameraman Producer Actor Actor Actor Actor Producer Misc Crew Actor Actor Costumes Director/ Cinematographer/ Editor/ Writter Production Manager Producer Producer Actor Actor Actor Actor Astt Director Costume Designer Singer Astt Director/ Editor Actor Director/ Producer Producer Director/ Writer/ Producer Astt Director/ Production Manager Actor Astt Director Sound Actor Astt Director

Indian Indian Foreign Indian Indian Foreign Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Foreign

Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Foreign Foreign Indian Indian Indian Foreign Foreign Foreign Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian

217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255

Prem Lalwani Ruchika Lalwani Diksha Lalwani Parikshit Lalwani Vijay Lalwani Pravin Mahtani Lili Mahtani Rajen Makhijani J Makhijani Rajendra Makhijani Mohan Makhijani Aarti Makhijani Arjun Makhijani Nishant Malkani Robert Malkani Babita Malkani Tarun Mansukhani Shar Mansukhani Bhisham Mansukhani Karishma Mansukhani Mehak Manwani Harish Manwani Ken Manwani Ruheena Masand Serena Masand Rajeev Masand Bihari Masand Beena Masand Ram Mirchandani Bhagwan Mirchandani Kumar Mirchandani Arjan Mirchandani Vijaykumar Mirchandani Kanchan Mirchandani Harkishen Mirchandani Anita Moorjani Rahul Mulani Hitesh Mulani Anish H Mulani

Director Script Supervisor Second Director Sound Dialogue Editor Visual Effects Producer Story Writer Actor Pictures & Trailers Astt Director Actor Researcher Model/ Actor Producer Actor Director/ Astt Director Actor/ Producer Actor Actor Actor Sound Producer Visual Effects Actor Actor Producer Actor Producer Actor Actor Producer Director/ screenwriter Astt Director Producer Actor Actor Astt Director Producer/ visual effects/

Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Foreign Foreign Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Foreign Indian Indian Foreign Foreign Foreign Indian Foreign Indian Foreign Foreign Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Foreign Indian Foreign Foreign Indian Foreign Indian Indian Foreign

256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271

Sanjay Mulani Vinod Mulani Neeral Mulchandani Rajeev Mulchandani Sanjeev Mulchandani Kishore Mulchandani Arjun Mulchandani Dharam Mulchandani Shonali Nagrani G.H.Navani Deepak Navani Neil Navani Anil Navani Roma Navani Manish Navani Govind Nihalani

272 27૩ 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291

Dayal Nihalani Pahalaj Nihalani Vishal Nihalani Neeta Nihalani Mohnish Parwani Kabeer Parwani Deepak Perwani Sanchi Peswani Raja Peswani Nitin Raghani Gopal Raghani Sunil Raheja Nikita Raheja Mishal Raheja Suresh Raheja Mukesh Ramani G.S.Rijhwani Sunil Rijhwani Sunil Sadarangani Deepa Sadarangani

animation Casting director Actor Actor Actor/ camera Actor/ costume Visual effects Producer PRO Actor Producer Acknowledgement Director/ writer Production designer Actor/ Production designer Actor Director/ Producer/ screenwriter/ cinematographer Director Producer Producer/ Director Actor/ Producer Visual Effects Actor Actor/ Model/ Fashion Designer Actor Actor Actor Pictures & trailers Astt Director Costume Actor Music Director Producer Acknowledgement Actor/ Producer/ writer Actor/ Producer/ writer Acknowledgement

Foreign Indian Foreign Indian Indian Foreign Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Foreign Indian Indian Foreign Indian

Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Foreign Foreign Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Foreign Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Foreign Indian

292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328

Lal Sadarangani Sameer Sadhwani Gia Sadhwani Trilok Sadhwani Natalie Sadhwani Hiren Sadhwani Arjun Sajnani Ronica Sajnani Veena Sajnani Kumar Shahani Tarun Shahani Komal Shahani Piku Shahani Anjana Sukhani Meena Sukhani Tarun Tahiliani Belinda Tahiliani Ramesh Taurani Kumar Taurani Girish Taurani Renu K Taurani Sneha Taurani Renu Taurani Ramesh Tekwani Prachi Thadani Love Thadani Tina Thadani Prachi Thadani Kundan Thadani Ramesh Thadani Sunil Thadani Ajit Vachani Ravi Vachani Sachal Vasandani Piyush Vasandani Vivek Vaswani Manauv Vaswani

Producer Astt Director/ 2nd unit director Visual Effects Actor Actor/ Producer/ Astt Director Actor Director Actor Actor Director Actor Costume Visual Effects Actor Actor Actor Misc crew Producer Producer Actor Producer Astt Director Producer Actor Actor/ Producer Actor Actor Executive Producer Producer Script writer Executive Producer Actor Producer Actor Astt Director/ second unit director Actor Actor

Foreign Indian Foreign Indian Foreign Indian Indian Foreign Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Foreign Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Foreign Foreign Indian Indian Foreign Indian Indian Indian Foreign Indian Indian Indian

329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 346 347 348 349 350 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 364 365 366

Veena Vaswani Kiran Vaswani V.R.Vaswani Priyanka Wadhwani Yash Wadhwani Surendra Wadhwani Sunil Wadhwani Mohan Wadhwani Sanjeev Wadhwani Sunita Kapoor Sonam Kapoor (H/S) Karan Johar (H/S) Shobha Kapoor Sippy Tushar Kapoor (H/S) Ekta Kapoor (H/S) Suresh Lalwani Ravina Tandon(H/S) Veena Tandon Hitesh Kriplani Nisha Lalwani Nilesh Lalwani T.G.Lalwani Vijay Lalwani Prem Lalwani Mohit Ramchandani Rahul Ramchandani Reema Ramchandani Aaftab Shivdasani Rithvik Dhanjani Aarti Chabariya Anita Hananandani Karan Godwani Hiten Tejwani Anita Sukhani Anita Hasandani Manish Raisignani Sonali Nagrani Shilpa Sakhani

Actor Production Assistant Crew Member Visual Effects Crew Member Acknowledgement Editor Director Music Producer Actor Actor/ Director/ Producer Producer Actor Producer Music/ sound Actor Costume Actor Actor Actor Director Producer Producer Director Writer Actor Actor Actor Actor Actor Actor Actor Actor Actor Actor Actor Actor

Indian Foreign Indian Foreign Foreign Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Foreign Indian Indian Indian Foreign Indian Foreign Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian

When we are collecting the details of Sindhis in film industry, then we must not forget the legend singer Baghat Kanwarram , Hence I am starting with same with blessings of Baghat Kanwarram.

He had very sweet voice with lot of love and care for all mankind.Son of Tarachand and Tirthabai, born on 13 April 1885 in Sakhar District of Sindh. Devotee of Sai Satramdas. Got Shaheedi on 1st November 1939 on Ruk Station

Master Chander
Singer/ Music director/ Poet

Master Chander

Master Chander is Legend of Sindhi Music. He was first to sing Kalams and songs related to love in Sindhi Language. Master Chander was born in Tharushah on 7-12-1907. His songs were recorded by HMV records. There must be thousands of songs sung by Master Chander, but hardly 400 songs information is available. He could very easily form the lyrics of the songs and perform a song on that in no time. That is one of the reason, they were not officially recorded and available publicaly. Master Chander had a passion for music from his childhood. Born in a Zamindar family, where singing was considered a ‘taboo’. Master Chander faced great odds in acquiring rightful place in the field of music in Sind. He was not only the most popular singer of HMV, but also a legendary figure, who brought new singing wave in Sind. He could truly be called a ‘melody’ that touched the very pulse of man who, was love lorn, distressed & disappointed. His renderings kept the audience spellbound for hours. One of his rendering ‘Rutha Ee Rahan, Para Hujen Hayati’ (Let them live longeven when they are not on good terms)was most popular. He had the knack of keeping his audience, spell bound for hours. Life History Before Partition Sangeet Acharya Master Chander, also known as the Legend of Sind was born on December 7, 1907 in the town of Tharushah, Sind. He hailed from a merchant and land owner family. Master Chander was indeed a only child born to his parents from ( Matai Khandan) Zamindar Mr Assandas & Mrs Rami Bai Damwani. He changed his surname to Damwani as his Great Grandfather was Zamindar Damo Mal Matai and Master Chander was the seventh Peedhi(Generation) of the family. As a child, Master Chander was very fond of music, however, since music was looked down upon in those days, he studied music secret. But, he was encouraged to study music by his uncle, who also bought him his first harmonium from Calcutta. One day, Bhagat Kanwar Ram, a great singer himself, saw Master Chander perform and predicted that he would become a great singer in the future. He said that Chander will shine like the moon. It's said when Master Chander

performed that people would throw money, gold and other valuables on stage while he performed. Master Chander, recorded his first song and hit "Sunhina Arza Ahe" in 1932. This song became a phenomenon on the radio- the song was unlike any heard in the early days of radio. It was a mix of classical music and a style his own, of what now we can categorize as an early rendition of Rap and R&B. After his first hit, there was no looking back. His career spanned 50 years. Like many famous singers of today, who venture into movies, so did Master Chander in the late 1930s. He worked in films including "Dilaram" and "Maut Ka Toofan", in which he played the hero. He was also cast for "Achoot Kanya" with Devika Rani but was later replaced by Ashok Kumar. Sadly, prior to production of this movie, two of his five sons passed away within months of each other. He was needed at home and thus ended the movie career of Master Chander. But, Master Chander did record seven songs for "Achoot Kanya". Master Chander was not only a singer and actor but also a poet and music director, he provided music for his most popular songs. Among his contemporaries were many other singers such as Jeevni Bhai, Allah Rakhi, Bhagat Motan, Bhagat Kanwer Ram, Jaro Bhagat, and Sawami Kundan, however, Chander always had his own style and was ahead of the game. Master Chander was more so famous among the younger generations of that time- you can say his fan following and musical hits reached the heights of Elvis Presley and the Beatles. His songs "Rutha Ee Rahan Perr Hujain Hayati", "Dil Ahey Hathan Mein", "Rana Vahju Na Ute" and "Kabootar Kabootar" as well as many other songs were very popular not only in Sindh, but all over the world.

During and Post Partition

Master Chander with Family during foreign trip in 1968 One of the most endearing songs of Master Chander was "Nandri Nandri Ahiyan"- a story of an eight (8) year old girl, her servant, Pirla and a thief. It was sung in a story telling style. The song was recognized by Prime Minister Jawaherlal Nehru in the early 1950s. Beside his own poetry, Chander sang songs written by the great poet Prasram Zia. Master Chander's music was copied by the music directors of Bollywood. Master Chander was the only singer in the entire history of HMV music who was paid 7% of royalties, others were paid 5%. In 1947, during the partition of India, Master Chander and the majority of Sindhis were forced to leave their homes and properties in Sind. He narrowly escaped his own death during those tumultuous days, having sent his family- his pregnant wife, Heti, mother, three sons and three daughters, as well as extended family members ahead in a ship to Bombay, India. Seeing the plight of his people and missing his homeland, he began to write and sing songs about giving confidence to the displaced Sindhis in India, some of the notable songs during this period were "Mitha Abana" from the movie Abana with well known Sindhi actors and actress, "Kismat Kai Judai" and "Hoshiyar Sindhi". After the partition, living in Bombay with his growing family, he continued to record music and sing in films. He also vocally trained his sons Gope

and Mahesh Chander. Gope Chander, lives in New York and is a well known singer throughout the United States. Mahesh Chander is also a famous singer, known as the "Man with the Velvet Voice", he is a music director, who has won many awards, including being recognized for composing the poetry of Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee. In 1955, Master Chander was given the rare opportunity to give a concert in Sind, and he did so along with his son Gope Chander. There they were warmly welcomed by the people of Sind and Pakistan. After his return to India, he never visited Sind again, but gave concerts all over the world during the 1960s and early 1970s. In 1984, the music stopped and Master Chander left behind a lifetime of music, songs and his family to become "The Legend of Sind". Sada hayat Master Chander In the mid-1990s, in honor of Master Chander, his family created the Master Chander Sangeet Academy in New York, USA and Bombay, India. Every year in either December or January, a concert in the memory and birth of Master Chander is held in New York, Bombay, Delhi, Jaipur, Ahmadabad and Ulhasnagar. The music continues with Master Chander's sons- Gope Chander and Mahesh Chander, grandchildren- Arti Raj Chander, Harish Chander and Anil Chander. The music will forever continue with future generations from his family and beyond. As a Writer Apart from being great singer, musician & poet, Master Chander was also great Author who wrote these books during his lifetime. 1. Detailed Life story of his Guru Kaka Jeevatram Matai "Sacho Sufi Athav Sufi Darvesh" 2. "Ishwar Ain Jeev Jeev Jey Lagape taraf Rooh Rihan" 3. Chaar Changa, Chaar Mada 4. Shah Sahib 5. "Sangeet ain Maan" where Master Chander has detailed his journey of Music.

6. "Hika Mulakat" where he has detailed his meeting 7. "Sindhi Lok Sangeet" - He has touched upon various facets of Raga and Singing 8. Deepchand - Koel Jee Kahani (Screenplay) - Available in the form of Audio Cassette and CDs. 9. "Anja Ta Aita Maan Nandiri Ahiyan" - Story about small intelligent girl Family Master Chander married to Smt. Heti and succeeded by family like this.

Gope Chander (Elder son)
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Aarti Raj (Meenu) (Grand Daughter) Nandini (Meera) Thawani Harish Chander (Grandson) Anil Chander (Grandson) Jaya (Grand Daughter) Gaurav (Grandson)

Mahesh Chander (Younger Son)

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Late Kanaiyo Chander (Expired in 1945) Late Mansukh Chander (Expired in 1945) Suneeta (Koshi) Navani (Daughter) Married to Ram Navani
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Poonam (Grand Daughter) Raju Nawani (Grandson)

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Hardas (Hari) Chander (Son) Vimla Belani (Daughter) Padhu Hema (Living in Bangkok) Mona Kumar Keswani Madhu Tekchandani

Aazad Sufi

Shri Azad Sufi was born on 18th Feb 1930 on Shivratri in Khairpur district of Sindh.His Real name was Parsram Daryanani.He was well known singer of Hind & Sindh.Has sprituall feelings for Lord Shiva and Mata.His song “Thar Mata Thar” is very well known among all Sindhis worldwide.He got inspiration of Singing from Shah Abdul Latif & Sachal Sarmast.

Bhagwanti Navani

Bhagwanti Navani

Profile Bhagwanti Navaniborn 01, Febuary,1940, in Nasarpur Sindh, British India (now in Pakistan) was a Sindhi Folk Singer. Her voice was so melodious that till today she is refereed as "Sindhi Koel". She gained popularity and become singer of masses when she started singing Lada (traditional sindhi marriage songs) and become a well known name in the house hold of sindhi families. she was felicitated many times with many awards and trophies for the best singer. She died on 22nd October,1986 but still her lada are the integral part of marriage celebration of Sindhis. Songs of Bhagwanti Nawani Play back in Sindhi Films Jhulelal  Ladli  Sindhua Je Kinare  Shal Dhiar Na Jaman  Hojamalo  Kanwar Ram  Hal Ta Bhaji Haloon  Pardesi Preetam Albums Muhinja More Laada  Sukhmani Sahib (6 Volumes)  Muhenjo Ladal Aayo  Allah Sikk Main  Bhagwanti Navani ( Vol.1-2-3-4) Appeared on silver screen as heroin Sindhua Je Kinare (On the Bank of Indus River). Awards
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Number of Sindhi Panchayats/ Associations have honoured her with Gold Medals, Trophies and other gifts of enduring nature, Certificates of Merits etc. She received ‘Best Actress’ Award for her performance in Sindhi One Act Plays & Sindhi film; ‘Sindhu a Je Kinare’, (On the Bank of Indus River).

During her singing career spread over 25 years, she gave around 3000 performances, not only in India but also in number of other countries of the world. She was sweet, gentle with beauteous smile and much sought after artiste. There is a Sindhi magazine, called ‘Murk’ (Smile), published to perpetuate her memory. The prolific writer, late Gobind ‘Malhi’ was her guiding spirit and she was inseparable part of ‘Kalakar Mandal’, established by Gobind Malhi. She died at young age, in oct 1986 and it is difficult to fill the void created by her sudden & sad demise.

Ram Panjwani

The day of 20th November 1911 is written with the golden ink in the history of Sindh and Sindhis as on this day the great poet, singer, Bhagat and educationist Prof. Ram Panjwaniwas born at Larkana Sindh, in the family of Diwan Prataprai Panjwani, the famous zamidar family of the area. Prof. Ram Panjwani also acted in few Sindhi films like “Jhulelal, Ladlee, Hojmalo” and “Shall Dhiaru Na Jaman” based on his own novel with same title. His countless services toSindhi community and ultimately to people of India were recognized by Government of India and in the year 1981 hewas honored with “Padam Shree” a national civilian award of India. He left this

physical world in the year 1987 on the last day of economic year [ 31-031987]. Biography : Prof. Ram Panjwani- Famous Sindhi Writer-Poet-Folk Singer- Educationist Sindh have the fame of being the land of Saints, Darveshs, fakirs, poets and personalities larger than life. The day of 20th November 1911 is written with the golden ink in the history of Sindh and Sindhis as on this day the great poet, singer, Bhagat and educationist Prof. Ram Panjwani was born at Larkana Sindh, in the family of Diwan Prataprai Panjwani, the famous zamidar family of the area. As the family was closely related with culture of the Sindh so this family atmosphere helped the kid to develop an attitude for the specific vision towards literature and culture of Sindh. Being part of zamidar family soon he learned the importance of heritage so become more conscious for preserving rich heritage and spiritual ideology of Sindh and Sindhi community. Prof. Ram Panjwani was a great writer and true worshiper of Sindhi literature and culture. Beside the mother tongue, Persian, Hindi, English, Urdu and Punjabi were the other languages well known to him. He Joined D. J. Sindh college Karachi as a teacher after completing his B. A. from Bombay University in the year 1934. After the partition family shifted to Bombay [Mumbai] and he joined Jai Hind college as the Head of sindhi department. soon he joined Bombay [Mumbai] university as the first reader and went on become Head of sindhi department [from 15-06-1974 to 19-11-1976]. He was a singer of the caliber of Bhagat Kanwar ram, His melodious voice was have such a mesmerizing effect that often the audiences forget even about the self. He will also be remembered for providing new destinations to Sindhi Folk and music as during the Bhagat, he was used to use "Mataki" earthen pot for creating music. He was master of story telling during his sessions of Bhagat, writer is fortunate to witness this great artist during his one of the most famous Bhagat session "Kutchh Gujari Kutchh Baki, Baki Bhi Gujar Jai, Rang Mein Bhang Na Pai, Dholan Rang Mein Bhang Na Pai. [some part we had spend, some part is remaining, remaining will also be spent, don't break the temo, dear don't break the tempo]. His journey as the writer was started in the year 1939 with the publication of his first novel "Padma". Some of his other writings which

made his popular includes "Qaidy, Sharmila, Asanjo Ghar, Ahe Na ahe, Shall Dhiaru Na Jaman". In the year 1964 his creation "Anokha Azmda" brought prestigious "Sahitya Academy award" for him. His dedication towards the sindhi language was reflecting from his untiring efforts for the inclusion of Sindhi language in the eighth schedule of the Indian constitution. For the preservation and propagation of Sindhi culture and folk he established "Sita Sindhu Bhavan" and directed many plays including Moomal Rano and Umar Marvi written by legendry and great writer of Sindh Shah Abdul Latif. Prof. Ram Panjwani also acted in few Sindhi films like "Jhulelal, Ladlee, Hojmalo" and "Shall Dhiaru Na Jaman" based on his own novel with same title. His countless services to Sindhi community and ultimately to people of India were recognized by Government of India and in the year 1981 he was honored with "Padam Shree" a national civilian award of India. He left this physical world in the year 1987 on the last day of economic year [31-03-1987].

Kamla Keshwani

Born in 1934 in Karachi, Kamla Keshwani was interested in music right from childhood. In 1958, she was selected for Radio Jaipur and developed her own original and unique style in singing after Abida Parveen from Sind as well as Shanti Hiranand and Bhagwanti Navani from India. The legendary musician C. Arjun gave her the first break in Sindhi films as a singer. She has recorded many songs for H.M.V., Movac and Tips. Kamla Keswani is presently into singing religious songs.

Goverdhan Bharti
Lyrics writer Recipient for year 2010 - Shri Goverdhan Mahaboobani "Bharati" Biography: He was born on 13th Jan 1929. Bharati is eminent Poet Writer and Dramatist. He is a unique person who has contributed to Sindhi Films through his Lyrics a lot. He was close associate of C. Arjun prominent Sindhi Music Director eminent music director. Bharati has credit of producing first full length Sindhi Drama Titled "Bigrial Ghar" at Delhi. He is person who brought Ajmer on Sindhi Cultural map of India through his organization 'Sindhi Sangat', traveled through out India and put tremendous efforts to save Sindhi Language through cultural programs and Sindhi films. He has written lyrics of 9 Sindhi Films. He has 20 books at his credit His book Titled “Sheeshe Ja Ghar”, has been given Sahitya Akademi Award in 1990.

Chandru Atma

Name :Chandru Hashmatrai Chainani Title if any :‘Chandru Atma’ Date of:17-9-1938 Birth Place of:Karachi, Sind (Pakistan) Birth Brother of the legendary C.H. Atma, Chandru is the ‘Man with the Golden Voice’. The closest contemporay of K.L. Saigal, Chandru’s rendition of some of the olden goldies has brought his fame and recognition. Ghazals, bhajans and geets find themselves enriched by Chandru. He has won awards which have been shared by the likes of Ravi Shankar, Allah Rakha Khan and Lata Mangeshkar. Chandru Atma has widely performed in India and abroad.

Satram Rohera

Renowned singer of Sindhi folk songs and laadas, Satram Rohra started his singing career under the aegis of Gobind Malhi’s troupe where he used to sing with the late Bhagwati Navani. With many audio-cassette to hiscredit, the film ‘Jai Santoshi Maa’, Produced by Satram Rohra became a runaway hit equalling the collection of a blockbuster like ‘Sholay’ . He has the singular distinction of producing the hit ‘Hal Ta Bhaji Haloon’ , The first Sindhi film in colour. Satram rohra has travelled all over India and abroad in connection with Sindhi programmes.


The legendary Indian singer C.H. Atma was born in 1923 in Hyderabad Sind (now called West Pakistan). He started singing as a hobby at College, one of his first jobs was a Radio Officer in an Airline, and little did he realize at the time that what started off as his hobby would one day become his career. C.H. Atma made his debut way back in 1945, with what is probably his best known song even today “Preetam Aan Milo”. The late Dalsukh Pancholi later gave him a chance to sing in his film “Nagina”, it was in this film that he scored a big hit with the song “Roun Main Sagar Ke Kinare” under the music direction of Shankar and Jaikishan. After which he sang and acted in many films. He successfully developed a wide circle of admirers by his frequent performances, both India and abroad. The melodious deep and rich voice of the late C. H. Atma was ideally suited for geets, ghazals and also bhajans. C. H. Atma was the elder brother of the popular singer Chandru Atma. C. H Atma impressed everyone at a very young age with his charming personality and melodious voice. His unforgettable melodies became renowned all over the world and his voice still lives, continuing to enthral his admirers. After India’s partition, Atma was a pilot by profession. Film producer Pancholi happened to hear his recording of ‘Pritam Ann Milo’ and was very impressed. This led to a brilliant film career for Atma. He was a playback singer for films such as Nagina, Bilwa, Mangal and V. Shantaram’s famous film Geet Gaya Patharone for which he won the Best Character Actor Award from the U.P. Government. Songs o Ghanshyam Hirdey Ke o Man Man Ki Gati Nyari

Bulo C Rani

Movies as a Music Director 1. Son of Hatimtai 1965 2. Rai Daich 1958 3. Abana 1958 4. Aabroo 1956 5. Bilwamangal 1954 6. Aurat Teri Yehi Kahani 1954 7. Pyar Ki Baaten 1951 8. Jogan 1950

C Arjun
Music composer

I have not forgotten the Forgotten Composers, Unforgettable Melodies.It so happens that in a unique coincidence birth anniversaries of Lata Mangeshkar and Asha Bhosle, and death anniversaries of Mohammad Rafi, Mukesh and Kishore Kumar falls in a narrow band of two and a half months between July 31 to October 13. They are the biggest icons of playback singing in the Golden Era, and I did not want to miss these special occasions to offer my tributes. I am back with C Arjun, who should rank among the top in this series not only alphabetically but because of his timeless creations. It was characteristic of the period that in a crowded field of many highly talented

composers, some were consigned to B or C grade films. C Arjun was one of them. But his music towers over his films. Only one song of his – Paas baitho tabiyat bahal jayegi sung by Rafi is enough to give him immortality. Many of this blog’s readers have mentioned his name and this song. Much later his C grade film Jai Santoshi Maa,released in the year of the mighty Sholay and Deewar, established itself as one of the highest grossing films ever on the strength of his music. Originally a Sindhi, he was born on September 1, 1933. After partition his family settled in Baroda. He inherited his musical talent from his father who was a singer. He became assistant to another Sindhi music director Bulo C Rani. He started his career with composing for a Sindhi film Abana. His first Hindi film was Road no 303 (1960). Off and on he got films under nondescript banners with B/C grade cast. That he created memorable music nevertheless did not do much to change his fortunes. His teaming with the lyricist Jaan Nisar Akhtar would rank at par with the best of Sahir Ludhiyanvi’s composed by SD Burman or Roshan. He also composed a number of non film songs. He died at a relatively young age of 59 of heart attack he suffered at a recording studio. (Biographical information based on Pankaj Raag’s ‘Dhunon Ki Yatra’). Here are his all-time great songs, which every music lover knows though many may not be aware that they are C Arjun’s compositions. 1. Paas baitho tabiyat bahal jayegi by Rafi from Punrmilan (1964), lyrics Indivar Any mention of C Arjun has to start with this song. It is easily among Rafi’s all time greats. KR Vaishampayan, a regular follower of this blog, in one of his comments, drew attention to an interesting story behind this song told to him by his friend Dr Satyavir Yadav, who heard it on Binaca Geetmala hosted by Ameen Sayani. Once C Arjun and and Indivar were returning home from studio by a BEST bus, when a pretty young girl boarded the bus and stood beside their seat. Indivar looked at her repeatedly and asked C Arjun to leave his seat to let her sit beside him, and thus this song was born. Incredibly this song is picturised on Jagdeep who

was in the lead role opposite Ameeta, who had a brief period of glory with some super hit films in the late 50s and early 60s such as Tum Sa Nahi Dekha and Goonj Uthi Shenai.

Gope (1914 – 1957)

Gope Beginning his career in the early 1930s, Gope Kamlani went on to become one of Hindi cinemas most popular comedians. Such was his appeal that at the height of his career, he shared credits with the films lead actors. One of nine children, Gope completed his education in Karachi (now in Pakistan). His interest in acting was nurtured by filmmaker K.S. Daryani, who encouraged Gope to join films. With his help, Gope convinced his father and moved to Bombay to become an actor His first film was Insaan Ya Shaitan (1933), which starred among others Jaddan Bai, the mother of actress Nargis. Gope soon won critical and popular acclaim for his comic roles and became the leading comedian of his time. Amongst his better-known films are Hindustan Hamara, Patanga, Mirza Sahiban, and Chori Chori. Gope also tried his hand at playing negative roles. In the 1951 Dilip KumarMadhubalastarter Tarana, he teamed up with Jeevan to play the villain, albeit in a comic style. He started Gope Productions in the 1950s, which made such films as Hangama and Biradari. Some of these features were directed by Gope’s brother, Ram Kamlani.

Married to actress Latika, Gope continued to act till his death in 1957.



Darshan ....... Thursday 24th of March 2005

Shatranj Ke Khilari ....... Abbajani (as Budho Advani) Thursday 10th of March 1977 Anuradha ....... 1960 Budho Madhumati ....... 1958

Khamoshi ....... 1969 Boot Polish ....... Pedro (as Advani) Wednesday 20th of August 1958

Ab Dilli Dur Nahin ....... (as Budo Adwani) Shree 420 ....... Gambler 1957 Tuesday 6th of September 1955 Khubsurat ....... 1952 Aankhen ....... Bewafa ....... 1952 Bombay ....... Advani

1950 Basera ....... 1949 Anokhi 1948 Anmol 1946 Fashion ....... 1943 Vijay ....... 1942 Kumkum 1940 Service 1939 Seva 1939 the (as

1949 Duniya ....... 1949 Ada ....... Shahkar ....... 1947 Ghadi ....... Bisvi 1945 Advani) Swapna ....... 1942 Bahen ....... 1941 Dancer ....... Sadhana ....... 1939 Ltd. ....... Jeevan 1939 Samaj ....... Ladies 1939 Saathi ....... Sadi .......

Only .......

Gramophone Singer ....... Ghosh Babu Abhilasha ....... 1938 1938 Dynamite ....... 1938 Manmohan ....... 1936 Dr. 1935 Dard-E-Dil ....... Jagirdar ....... 1937 Deccan 1936 Madhurika ....... Saire 1934 Dukhtare


Queen .......

Paristan .......

Hind .......

1934 Vasavdatta ....... 1934 (as

1934 Advani) Maya 1933 Jaal .......


Born in 1941, Sadhana migrated to India from Karachi during the postpartition riots. Through difficult times, she saw movies and even her dad was influenced by cinema. In fact he had named his daughter Sadhana after the famous actress Sadhana Bose. Sadhana was destined to become an actress. Sadhana started her career with the first Sindhi film that was made in India. For her debut film ‘Abana’ she was paid just Re1. But she had nothing to lose and everything to gain because she got noticed by ace filmmaker S Mukerji. Sadhana was cast in ‘Love In Simla’ (1960) opposite newcomer Joy Mukherjee. The writing was clear on the wall. After that she kept giving good movies like ‘Hum Dono’ (1961), ‘Mere Mehboob’ (1963), ‘Rajkumar’ (1964) and ‘Waqt’ (1965). Out of the 19 films that she did, 11 were runaway successes and Sadhana became the most happening actress. With soft romantic roles, she also did suspense thrillers like ‘Woh Kaun Thi’ (1964), ‘Mera Saaya’ (1966) and ‘Anita’ (1967). Some of her co -stars were Shammi Kapoor, Rajendar Kumar, Sunil Dutt and Manoj Kumar. She made famous the Sadhana cut and tight fitting churidaar kameezes. In 1966, she married director R K Nayyar and left the industry for marital bliss. But that haunting beauty is still fresh in everyone’s mind.

Babita & Hari shivdasani-Actor(father)

Babita Kapoor

Babita (left) with her daughters Karisma & Kareena Born April 20, Bombay, Bombay 1948 (age 65)

State, India(Now Mumbai, Maharashtra) Occupation Actress Spouse(s) Children Randhir Kapoor (1971–Present) Karisma Kareena Kapoor Kapoor

Babita (or Babita Bhambhani) (born 20 April 1948, in Mumbai, is a former Bollywood actress. Babita was born to actor Hari Shivdasani and a christian mother. Babita is also mother of today's well known actresses Karisma Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor, she is the wife of actor Randhir Kapoor, and the eldest daughter-in-law of actor Raj Kapoor. She is also great-daughterin-law of actor Prithviraj Kapoor. Babita was born to actor Hari Shivdasani, who was of a Hindu Sindhi family that migrated from Pakistan, and a Christian mother. Shivdasani

organized a screen test for her with veteran producer G.P. Sippy. He liked her screen test and gave her the opportunity to star in his film. In her short career she appeared in 19 films including: Dus Lakh (1966), Raaz (1967), Farz (1967), Aulad (1968), Haseena Maan Jayegi (1969), Kab Kyon Aur Kahan (1970) and many more. She starred with her future husband Randhir Kapoor in the hit film Kal Aaj Aur Kal. Her biggest box-office successes were Haseena Maan Jayegi (1968) with her future uncle-in-law Shashi Kapoor, Farz with Jeetendra and Kismat with Vishwajeet. Filmography Year Film Role Notes

1966 Dus Lakh


1967 Raaz


1967 Farz


1968 Kismat


1968 Haseena Maan Jayegi

Archana 'Archie'

1968 Aulad


1969 Tumse Achcha Kaun Hai Sapna Nath

1969 Ek Shriman Ek Shrimati

Deepali Lakhanpal

1969 Doli


1969 Anmol Moti

1969 Anjaana

Rachna Malhotra

1970 Kab? Kyoon? Aur Kahan? Asha Prasad

1970 Pehchan


1971 Kal Aaj Aur Kal

Monica 'Mona'

1971 Bikhare Moti

1971 Banphool


1972 Jeet


1972 Ek Hasina Do Diwane


1973 Sone Ke Hath

Kitu Gidwani

Kitu Gidwani at Casino Royale Race Born Kaushalya Gidwani 22 October 1957 (age 55) Mumbai, India Actor, model


Kitu Gidwani (born 22 October 1957) is an Indian actress and model. She has starred in some movies as well as serials in Indian television. She became popular after a TV series, Air Hostess aired on Doordarshan in 1986, and received critical acclaimed for her roles in Dance of the Wind (1997), Deepa Mehta's Earth (1998), Govind Nihalani's Rukhmavati Ki Haveli (1991), Kamal Haasan's Abhay and Deham (2001).[1] Personal life and background Gidwani was born in Mumbai. Her Sindhi parents migrated from Pakistan after the partition. They lived in a refugee camp in Worli. She has a brother.

She studied in Fort Convent School, Mumbai. Her post graduation days saw her interested in French and she started acting in French plays. Soon she was acting in English plays directed by Janak Toprani. She acted in some television serials and subsequently acted in a French film "Black" (1987). She has never been married and has vowed never to settle down at the risk of her pursuit of what she calls "duende," a search for harmony with the many magical aspects of living and nature. Acting career Gidwani made her television debut in 1984 on the TV soap Trishna, and during the 1980s and '90s, gave some memorable performances in TV serials like Swabhimaan, Air Hostess and Junoon. She recently appeared in multi-starrer Hindi serials Kaashish and Kulvadhu. In 1997, she played the role of a Hindustani classical singer, Pallavi, who struggles to get her voice back after losing her mentor/mother, in Dance of the Wind . The role won her Best Actress Award at Three Continents Festival, Nantes. In 2001, she was roped in by Wills Lifestyle, an apparel chain owned by ITC Limited, to promote Wills Sport Lifestyle brand of clothing. In 2006, she also acted in a play, Your Place or Mine by Darshan Jariwala. She also did a play, Sock ’em With Honey, where she played a traditional Parsi woman from Pakistan, whose daughter falls in love with a Jew, prompting her first trip abroad. Awards In 1998, Kitu won the Best Actress Award at the Three Continents Festival, Nantes, France. The award recognized her outstanding achievement for the role of Pallavi in Dance of the Wind (directed by Rajan Khosa). Filmography Acting Filmography



Holi (1984)

Wisdom Tree (1985)

Black[8] (1987)

The Khajuraho (1991)

Rukmavati Ki Haveli (1991)

Kittu Gidwani

Saahil (telecast on DD Metro) (1995-96) Prerna

Dance of the Wind (1997)


Karvaan (Shadows in the Dark) (1997)


Abhay (2001)

Fashion (2008)

Anisha Roy

Dhobi Ghat (2011)


Hansika Motwani

Hansika Motwani


9 August 1991 (age 22) Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Occupation Actress, Model Relatives Mona Motwani

Hansika Motwani (born 9 August 1991) is an Indian actress who predominantly appears in Tamil and Telugu films. She made her film debut as a leading actress in the Telugu movie Desamuduru (2007), winning

the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut – South. Following appearances in several high-budget Telugu films, including Kantri and Maska, she started her career in Tamil cinema with Mappillai (2011). She was part of commercially successful Tamil films includingVelayudham (2011), Oru Kal Oru Kannadi (2012), Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru (2013) and Singam II (2013) and has since become a leading contemporary actress in Tamil cinema. Personal life Hansika Motwani was born to Pradeep Motwani, a businessman and Mona Motwani, a dermatologist. She has a brother Prashant Motwani. Her mother tongue is Sindhi and she is a Buddhist. She was born in Mumbai. Hansika attended the Podar International School in Mumbai. She went on to study at the International Curriculum School in Mumbai. Career Hansika began her television career with a serial called Shaka Laka Boom Boom. She later acted in the Indian serial Des Mein Niklla Hoga Chand, for which she received the Favorite Child Award at the Star Parivaar Awards, and appeared as one Zinta and Hrithik Roshan. of the children in Koi Mil Gaya with Preity

Hansika made her debut in a lead role in Puri Jagannadh's Telugu film Desamuduru, opposite Allu Arjun, earning the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut – South for her [7] performance. Hansika made her debut as a leading actress in Bollywoodwith Himesh Reshammiya in Aap Kaa Surroor — a moderate hit. She next signed the Hindi film titled He: The Only One, where she was to essay the role of a killer, hell-bent on taking revenge for her family,[8] but the film was later shelved. Hansika's first 2008 release was Bindaas, starring Puneet Rajkumar, her first and only Kannada film to date. Later that year, she was paired with Jr. NTR in the film Kantri. She made her Tamil film debut in the unsuccessful 2011 film Mappillai, opposite Dhanush. Her next Tamil film, Engeyum Kadhal, opposite Jayam Ravi, was also unsuccessful. The 2011 film Velayudham, in

which she starred alongside Vijay, became a box-office success; this was her first time playing the role of a village belle. In 2012, Hansika's first release was M. Rajesh's romantic comedy Oru Kal Oru Kannadi, which became her first runaway hit and earned her positive reviews from critics for her performance. Her last 2012 release was Denikaina Ready, oppositeVishnu Manchu, which also earned a positive response from the public. She received her first Best Actress nomination at the 60th Filmfare Awards South for her performance in the film. She was seen in Settai, opposite Arya and starred in Sundar C.'s Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru, opposite Siddharth. She played a lead role in Suriya's Singam II, and is currently working with Karthi in Biriyani. She has been selected to play Maya, a gangster, in Silambarasan'sVettai Mannan, with whom she is also acting in Vaalu . She was asked to reduce her weight for a film opposite Raam. Filmography Year Film Role Language Notes


Sanjana's daughter


Child artist


Koi... Mil Gaya

Priya Six


Child artist

Aabra Ka Daabra Pinky


Child artist

Jaago 2004 Hum Kaun Hai?



Child artist

Sara Williams


Child artist

2007 Desamuduru



Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut –





Notes South

Aap Ka Surroor



Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut








Money Hai Toh Ashima Kapoor Honey Hai





2009 Billa



Cameo role


Anjali Narashima



Seetharamula Kalyanam



2011 Mappillai



SIIMA Award for Best Debutant Actress Nominated—Vijay Award for Best Debut Actress






Kayalvizhi Engeyum Kadhal Rajasekhar (Lolita)


Vijay Award for Favourite Heroine Nominated—SIIMA Award Award for Best Actress







Oh My Friend



Oru Kal Kannadi 2012

Oru Meera Mahendrakumar


Edison Award for Best Actress SIIMA Award for Best Actress Nominated—Vijay Award for Favourite Heroine

Denikaina Ready Sharmila


Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress

Settai 2013



Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Sanjana Kumaru







Something Something


Singam II






Untitled Rajasekhar project


Filming (Ishq remake)[17]

Untitled Project








Vettai Mannan 2014 Maan Karate









Kanayalal Lalwani

Shri Kanayalal Lalwani Profile Kanayalal Lalwaniborn 20th November,1926, in Jacobabad, Sindh, British India, (now in Pakistan) is a Violin Maestro and music teacher. He also knows to play Tabla and Dholak. He has been in music for more than 50 years. He came to Delhi after partition in year 1948 and worked with various Bollywood Personalities. Family Family of Kanayalal Lalwani
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Wife: Kalawanti Lalwani Daughter: Malti Kodwani Daughter: Asha Kewalramani Daughter: Kiran Moorjani

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Son: Suresh Lalwani Son: Raju Lalwani Son: Jagdish Lalwani

As a Music teacher at

VESASC (Vivekanand) Chembur.








Worked with Bollywood Music Director
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Pandit Hussainlal Bhagatram Shanker Jaikishan Laxmikant Pyarelal Madan Mohan

Sindhi Music Director
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Gulshan Sufi C. Arjun Bulo C. Rani

For Bollywood Singer
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Lata Mangeshker Mohammad Rafi Suraiya

and many more... For Sindhi singer
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Aarti Raj Prof. Ram Panjwani Bhagwanti Navani Ghanshyam Vaswani Gope Chander Kishin Juriani Master Chander

Raj Juriani

and many more For Writer and singer
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Hundraj Dukhayal Hari Dilgir


Raga Mood

G. P. Sippy

Gopaldas Parmanand Sippy (14 September 1914 British India – 25 December 2007 India) was a Bollywood movie producer and director. He was of Sindhi Hindu descent, with an original last name of Sipahimalani. He is known for producing several popular Bollywood blockbusters such asSeeta Aur Geeta (1972), Shaan (1980), Saagar (1985), Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman and his magnum opus, Sholay (along with his son Ramesh Sippy). He was the Chairman of the Film and TV Producers Guild of India for several years, and won the Filmfare Award in 1968 and 1982.[2]

Filmography Producer Hameshaa (1997), Zamaana Deewana (1995), Aatish: Feel the Fire (1994), Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman (1992), Patthar Ke Phool (1991), Bhrashtachar (1989), Saagar (1985), Shaan (1980), Ahsaas (1979), Trishna (1978), Sholay (1975), Seeta Aur Geeta (1972), Andaz (1971), Bandhan (1969), Brahmachari (1968/I), Mere Sanam (1965), Bhai-Bahen (1959), 12 O'Clock (1958), Sazaa (1951) Director Mr. India (1961),Bhai-Bahen (1959), Shrimati 420 (1956), Adil-EJahangir (1955), Marine Drive (1955)

Ramesh Sippy
Producer Ramesh Sippy

Sippy in 2012 Born 23 January Karachi, British (now in Pakistan) 1947 Raj


Kiran Juneja


Rohan Sippy

Ramesh Sippy (born 23 January 1947) is an Indian film director, probably best known for directing the popular and critically acclaimed film Sholay. His father was producer G. P. Sippy, and his son Rohan Sippy is also a film director. His daughter Sheena Sippy is married to Shashi Kapoorr's son – Kunal Kapoor. Ramesh Sippy has been married twice; his current wife is actress Kiran Juneja. Ramesh visited the sets of the film Sazaa, his father's first film, when he was 6 years old. His first film job came when he was 9 years old, when he played Achala Sachdev's son in Shahenshah. He worked in both the production and direction departments in films like Johar-Mehmood in Goa and Mere Sanam, which his father was producing. He worked for 7 years as an assistant before becoming the director of Andaz, in 1971. Although this was only a moderate success, his second film Seeta Aur Geeta (1972) was highly successful. In 1975 he directed Sholay which went on to become the biggest blockbuster in Bollywood film history and won lots of acclaim. Sholay still remains one of the biggest blockbuster films in Hindi film history and remains one of the favourites for Hindi film audiences globally. The film is notable for the memorable performance of the late actor Amjad Khan in the legendary villain role of Gabbar Singh. While Sholay was a tribute to Westerns, his next film Shaan in 1980 was inspired by theJames Bond films. This film was notable for the villain Shakaal (portrayed by Kulbhushan Kharbanda) who was inspired by the James Bond villain Blofeld. In 1982 he brought together veteran actor Dilip Kumar and the current superstar of the timeAmitabh Bachchan in Shakti. While the film was only moderately successful, it won the Filmfare Best Movie Award. In 1985 he directed Saagar which was considered a comeback film for Dimple Kapadia. He directed a successful television serial titled Buniyaad which focused on the India and Pakistan Partition and originally aired on Indian television channel Doordarshan in 1987. The last three films he

directed, Bhrashtachar (1989), Akayla (1991), and Zamana Deewana (1995) were box office flops and he has since not directed any film. His string of hits with Amitabh made him one of the golden directors who had a special working relationship with Amitabh Bachchan (Yash Chopra, Prakash Mehra, Manmohan Desai, and Hrishikesh Mukherjee being the other four). In 2005 he received the Filmfare Best Film of 50 Yearsaward for his legendary film, Sholay. He has since produced films directed by his son Rohan Sippy which were Kuch Naa Kaho (2003), Bluffmaster (2005) and Dum Maro Dum (2011). In 2006 he produced Taxi No. 9211 which was directed by Milan Luthria. In 2008 he produced Kunaal Roy Kapur's The President is Coming as well as the Akshay Kumar-Deepika Padukone film, Chandni Chowk to China, directed by Nikhil Advani. Filmography Director Zamana Deewana (1995),Akayla (1991),Bhrashtachar (1989),Buniyaad (1987) television drama-series,Zameen (1987),Saagar (1985),Shakti (1982), Shaan (1980),Sholay (1975),Seeta Aur Geeta (1972),Andaz (1971) Producer Sonali Cable (2013),Nautanki Saala (2013),Dum Maaro Dum (2011),Chandni Chowk to China (2009),Fear (2007),Taxi No. 9211 (2006), Bluffmaster! (2005),Kuch Naa Kaho (2003) ,Trishna (1978), Brahmachari (1968)

Kiran Juneja
( wife ramesh sippy) Kiran Juneja/Kiran Joneja is a veteran Indian actress. She works in Hindi Cinema also called bollywood. She is second wife of famous filmmaker Ramesh Sippy. She hails from Punjabi Bagh area of New Delhi, India and her father was a doctor.

She started with modeling assignments for Weston TV in early 70's. Later she was seen in the 1987 path breaking TV series Buniyaad where she portrayed the character of Veerawali. She has also acted in popular Zee TV's show Sindoor. People also know her for her character Ganga played in biggest hit and popular Mahabharat. She paired with Shekhar Suman in soap opera Wah Janab on Doordarshan. Her first Bollywood film was the 1987 Mulzim, where she played Jeetendra's sister. Filmography Sahi Dhandhe Galat Bande (2011),Badmaash Company (2010), Chandni Chowk to China (2009) .... Mrs. Kohung. Fashion (film) (2008) .... Mrs. Mathur, Jab We Met (2007) .... Mrs. Dhillon/Geet's mother, Marigold (2007) .... Mrs. Rajput, Khosla Ka Ghosla (2006) .... Mrs. Sudha Khosla, Krrish (2006) .... Priya's mother, Bunty Aur Babli (2005) .... Vimmy's mother, Mahabharat (TV series) (1988) .... Ganga, Mulzim (1988) .... Vijay's sister, Buniyaad (1987) .... Veerawali

Rohan Sippy

Rohan Sippy is an Indian film director and producer who has directed four films: Kuch Naa Kaho (2003), Bluffmaster! (2005), Dum Maaro Dum (2011) and Nautanki Saala (2013). He is the son of Ramesh Sippy, the director of the Hindi blockbuster film Sholay, and grandson of producer G. P. Sippy. Rohan studied at the Aiglon College in Switzerland and undergraduate degree at Stanford University. Films His latest directorial venture was Nautanki Saala! starring Ayushmann Khurrana and Kunaal Roy Kapur was released on April 12, 2013, in India. Filmography Director Nautanki Saala (2013),Dum Naa Kaho (2003) Producer Sonali Cable (2013),The President Is Coming (2009),Chandni Chowk to China (2009),Taxi No. 9211 (2006),Zamaana Deewana (1995) Maaro Dum (2011),Bluffmaster (2005),Kuch pursued his

Raj N. Sippy

Raj N. Sippy (born 6 March 1948, India) also known as Raj Sippy, is a senior Indian film director and producer concentrating on Bollywood films. He was very prominent in 80's with successful movies. His major success were Satte Pe Satta withAmitabh Bachchan, then Boxer and Baazi with Mithun Chakraborty, Satyamev Jayate, the come back film of Vinod Khanna after his Osho stint. He has also directed Akshay Kumar's debut film Saugandh and Sanjay Dutt - Jeetendra starrerThanedaar. He directed the unsuccessful Jimmy, Mimoh Chakraborty's launch pad. Consequently, his other film featuring Mimoh, Hamilton Palace, is still unreleased.

Filmography 2009 Hamilton Palace,2008 Jimmy,2004 WHO,2001 Zahreela (as Raj Sippy),1998 Kudrat,1998 2001: Do Hazaar Ek,1997 Koi Kisi Se Kum Nahin,1996 Laalchee,1995 Paandav,1995 Nishana,1994 Ikke Pe Ikka (as Raj Sippy),1994 Amaanat (as Raj Sippy),1993 Pardesi,1992 Mr. Bond (as Raj Sippy),1991 Saugandh,1991 Qurbani Rang Layegi,1990 Thanedaar (as Raj Sippy),1990 Kali Ganga,1989 Shehzaade (as Raj Sippy),1989 Mahaadev,1987 Satyamev Jayate (as Raj Sippy),1987 Loha (as Raj Sippy),1986 Jeeva,1985 Sitamgar,1985 Shiva Ka Insaaf,1984 Andar Baahar,1984 Baazi,1984 Boxer,1983 Qayamat,1982 Satte Pe Satta,1981 Josh,1977 Inkaar






January 1, 1941 (age 72) Jaipur, India Occupation actor, producer


Manju Asrani

Govardhan Asrani (born 1 January 1941), popularly known simply as Asrani, is an Indian actor and director whose Bollywood career has spanned five decades. He has played in both Hindi and Gujarati films, and his roles include lead hero performances, character roles, comedic roles, as well as supporting parts. Early life Asrani was born in a middle class Hindu Sindhi family. His father migrated to Jaipur after the Partition of India and opened a shop selling carpets. He has four sisters and three brothers: two elder and one younger. Asrani was highly uninterested in business and very weak in mathematics. He completed his matriculation from St. Xaviers School and did his graduation from Rajasthan College, Jaipur. He simultaneously worked as a voice artist at All India Radio, Jaipur, to pay for his education. His ultimate aim was to become an actor. He is married to actress Manju (Bansal) Asrani, with whom he fell in love working together in films like Aaj Ki Taaza Khabar and Tapasya. In Aaj Ki Taza Khabar, Asrani played as Champak Boomia / Amit Desai and Manju played role of Kesari Desai and for this role Asrani won Filmfare Award for Best Comedian. Later the couple acted in Hum Nahin Sudhrenge , a home production directed by Asrani in 1980.[2]His son Naveen Asrani is a dentist in Ahmedabad. Career He began to learn acting from Sahitya Kalbhai Thakkar from 1960 to 1962. In 1962, he traveled to Bombay (now Mumbai) and began to seek opportunities to act. In 1963, on an accidental meeting with Kishore Sahu and Hrishikesh Mukherjee, they advised him to learn acting professionally. In 1964 Asrani joined the Film Institute in Poona (now Film and Television Institute of India, Pune) and finished his course in 1966. He got his first break in Hindi films playing the friend of actor Biswajeet in the film Hare Kaanch Ki Choodiyan in 1967. In the film institute he had impressed many and made his acting break as a hero in 1967 with a Gujrati movie opposite budding actress Waheeda (not Waheeda Rahman; the Hindi actress). He acted in four other movies, mainly as actor or supporting actor in Gujrati

from 1967 to 1969. He did not get much offers from Hindi film industry between 1967-69. His old advisor, Hrishikesh Mukherjee then gave him role of supporting actor in the film Satyakam in 1969. He got noticed then in the film Mere Apne. It was from 1971 that he started getting more offers as the main comedian in films or as the close friend of the lead actor. Directors like Hrishikesh Mukherjee, Atma Ram, Gulzar repeatedly cast him in the period 1971-1974 and his work got noticed through these films. These roles he did from 1971-1974 set the tone for a number of supporting and comic roles in his career and in 70's his demand was at its peak as he appeared in 101 films from 1970-1979 and had effective roles in them. Rajesh Khanna and Asrani though they first met only on sets of Bawarchi, became close friends after Namak Haraam, after which for the role of comedian Rajesh Khanna insisted the producers and directors to make Asrani part of his films. Asrani worked in 25 films with Rajesh Khanna from 1972-1991 from Bawarchi(1972) to Ghar Parivaar(1991). His most memorable works as supporting actor from 1970-1979 are in Mere Apne, Koshish, Bawarchi, Parichay, Abhimaan, Mehbooba, Palkon Ki Chhaon Mein, Do Ladke Dono Kadke, Bandish. He played the lead hero in Chala Murari Hero Banne, a Hindi film he wrote and directed in 1977, which was critically acclaimed. His notable role as comedian from 70's are in Aaj Ki Taaza Khabar, Roti, Prem Nagar, Chupke Chupke, Chhoti Si Baat, Rafoo Chakkar, Sholay, Balika Badhu, Fakira, Anurodh, Chhailla Babu, Charas, Phaansi, Dillagi, Heeralal Pannalal, Pati Patni Aur Woh and Hamare Tumhare. Though he had played supporting character in many films even before, he played a serious role for first time in Khoon Pasina. He was hugely talked about in the 1970s and was one of Rajesh Khanna's close friends. He became a regular feature in films produced by D. Rama Naidu and those movies directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee, B.R.Chopra, K. Bapaiah, Narayana Rao Dasari, K. Raghavendra Rao, Basu Chatterjee in 1972-1992. He won the Filmfare award for Best Comedian for his performances in Aaj Ki Taaza Khabar in 1974 and for Balika Badhu in 1977. In 1974, he directed his first movie in Gujrati with Asrani himself as the hero, and the song Hu Amdavad No Rikshawalo sung by Kishore Kumar was picturised on Asrani. The songs picturised on Asrani and sung by Kishore in Hindi are Achcha Chaloji Baba Maaf Kardo from Hamare Tumhare,

Pyar Main Karoonga from Yeh Kaisa Insaaf. The song 'Mannu Bhai Motor Chali Pam' was sung by him with Kishore Kumar and was picturised on Rishi Kapoor and him, in 'Phool Khile Hain Gulshan Gulshan' in 1978. In the 1980s, he acted in 107 Hindi films. Asrani holds record for appearing as a character actor/comedian in most number of Hindi films in a decade – 101 in 70’s and 107 in 80’s. Unlike his roles in 1970 -84 which were pivotal to the plot, most of his roles from 1985-1993 were very minor mainly because the concept of a comedian was getting phased out and heroes preferred to do their own comedy and action films were ruling the roost in the period 1985-1994. In 80's his memorable performances were in Hamari Bahu Alka, Ek Hi Bhool, Yeh Kaisa Insaf, Kaamchor, Agar Tum Na Hote, Asha Jyoti, Maqsad, Main Intequam Loonga, Love 86, Biwi Ho To Aisi. During this period in 1982, he set up a small Gujrati production company with fellow artistes Dinesh Hingoo, Harish Patel and Salim Parvez (son of famous supporting actor Yunus Parvez). The company dissolved in 1996 with a large profit. Asrani also invested mainly in cloth and acted as investor for other actors, until 1991 when he lost a lot of money. From 1988 to 1993, he was a director for the Film Institute in Pune. It was only from 1985-1994 that his screen space in the Hindi films were for less duration. In 90's he did only 73 Hindi movies due to lack of good scope for him to perform. Muqabla (1993) saw him in a serious role after long time. Simultaneously he kept working in Gujrathi films in 70's, 80's as lead hero and achieved success as the lead protagonist in Amdavad No Rikshawalo, Saat Qaidi, Sansar Chakra, Pankhi No Malo, Jugal Jodi, Maa Baap, Chel Chabilo Gujarati. From 90's he played as comedian or supporting actor in Gujrathi films like Mota Ghar Ni Vahu, Piyu Gayo Pardesh, Baap Dhamal Dikhra. D.Rama Naidu gave him a pivotal role to Asrani in Taqdeerwala in 1995 and once again comedy movies were being made from thereon . Asrani started getting good roles in films directed by David Dhawan and Priyadarshan from 1993 till 2012. His most memorable performances as comedian from 90's are in Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar, Gardish, Taqdeerwala, Gharwali Baharwali, Bade Miyan Chote Miyan, Hero Hindustani.

The 2000s saw Asrani in a number of films like Hera Pheri, Chup Chup Ke, Hulchul, Deewane Huye Paagal, Garam Masala, Chup Chup Ke, Malamaal Weekly, Bhagam Bhag, De Dana Dan, Bol Bachchan, Kamaal Dhamaal Malamaal which had him in effective comedy roles. He appeared in a serious role in Kyun Ki. He was an integral part of comedies by Sajid Nadiadwala, Priyadarshan after 2000. His screen space in films of Rohit Shetty and others has got reduced gradually after 2009. As Director Asrani has directed six movies. Year Film Language

1997 Udaan


1992 Dil Hi To Hai


1980 Hum Nahin Sudhrenge


1979 Salaam Memsaab


1977 Chala Murari Hero Banne Hindi

1974 Amdavad No Rikshawalo Gujarati As Singer In 1977, Asrani sang two songs in the movie Alaap, both picturised on him. A year later he sang a duet Mannu Bhai Motor Chale with Kishore Kumar for the film Phool Khile Hain Gulshan Gulshan. Asrani recently made a special appearance in the Punjabi film Yaariyan. Asrani and Mallika Sherawat were the judges of the 18th annual Naya Andaz competition on April 17, 2010, in New Jersey.

Aarti Chhabria
Actor Aarti Chabria


November 21, 1982 (age 30) Mumbai, India

Occupation Actress, Model Aarti Chabria (born 21 November 1982) is an Indian actress and a former model, who appears in Hindi, Telugu and Kannada movies. Early life Born in Mumbai, Chabria comes from a Hindu family. Career Aarti Chabria began modeling at 3 years of age. She was the Farex Baby, and appeared in several commercials including Maggi Noodles, Pepsodent tooth paste, Clean and Clear face wash, Amul Frostick ice cream, LML Trendy Scooter, Krack Cream. After completing her education, Chabria shot to fame when she was crowned "Miss India WorldWide 2000" in November 1999. She then appeared in the music videos - Sukhwinder Singh's Nashi Hi Nasha, Adnan Sami's Roothe Hue Hai Kyo (from album Tera Chehra) and another titledMadhubala.

Her first leading role in a Bollywood film was Tumse Achcha Kaun Hai in 2002, but before that she had appeared in a cameo role in Akansha and Lajja in 1989 and 2001 respectively. She portrayed the roles of an NRI tapori in Awara Paagal Deewana, of a woman with a split personality inRaja Bhaiya, a belle who is a bar dancer, in love with an underworld don in Shootout at Lokhandwala, a housewife in Daddy Cool and a small town girl Suvarnalata in love with gold in Dus Tola.She also acted in several South Indian (Telugu and Kannada) films as lead actress and was nominated for the same. She was the winner of the fourth season of Fear Factor - Khatron Ke Khiladi in 2011. Aarti has also studied Film Making at the New York Film Academy in New York in 2012 ,Now she has taken part in the sixth season of Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa (season 6). Filmography Year Film Role Language Notes

2001 Lajja



Cameo Role

Awara Deewana 2002


Tina Chippa


Tumse Achcha Kaun Naina Dixit Hai


Raja Bhaiya 2003 Okariki Okaru

Pratibha Radha




Swapna Rao







Intlo Srimati Veedhilo Anjali Kumari 2004 Ab Tumhare Hawale Trilok's wife Watan Saathiyo



Special appearance

Aham Premasmi




Shaadi No. 1

Rekha Kothari



Bhavna Verma




Teesri Aankh: Hidden Camera




Shootout Lokhandwala


Tarannum 'Tanu'





Special appearance



Anamika Shroff / Hindi Anamika V. Sesodia

Special appearance


Santha's girl friend


Heyy Babyy

Ali's ex-girlfriend


Special appearance






Dhoom Dadakka

Shivani Sawant



Chinatakayala Ravi

Item song opposite Telugu Venkatesh

Gopi – Goda Meedha Monica Pilli


Daddy Cool

Nancy Lazarus


Toss 2009 Rajani





Kisse Pyaar Karoon Milenge Milenge 2010 2013 Dus Tola Vyah 70 Km

Natasha Sofiya Rajeev Arora Suvarnalata Shastri

Hindi Hindi Hindi Punjabi

Jayant Kripalani

Jayant Kripalani is an Indian film, television and stage actor, director and trainer. Most known for TV series, like Khandaan, Mr. Mrs and Ji Mantriji (2003). He also wrote the screenplay for Shyam Benegal's film, Well Done Abba (2009). Early life and education He graduated from Jadavpur University with a degree in English Literature. Career He has worked at JWT, Grant Kenyon & Eckhardt and as Senior Creative Director with RK Swamy BBDO. He was one of the first small screen stars in India featuring in the 1980s TV serials like Khandan, Mr. Mrs and later in Ji Mantriji (2003), the Indian adaptation of BBC's satirical sitcom,Yes Minister. He has played character roles in movies like Heat and Dust (1983) directed by James Ivory, Rockford and more recently in Bollywood sci-fi thriller Alag, in the 2008 blockbuster Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na and in 3 Idiots (2009) movie as Interview panel head. Jayant has directed and produced a number of films for multi nationals and is actively involved with theatre. Jayant has written the scripts for the original Ghar Jamai which was aired in the old TV days of Doordarshan. And written and produced PC aur Mausi - a mini TV series which explored the prejudices a 'Mausi' (maternal aunt) had with the advent of the 'dreaded' "PC" or Personal Computer in the mid-eighties in India. Amongst his earlier work is an Ed TV programme in which children explored the statement "Why is Water Wet!" in a successful TV format. Filmography

'Arohan' (1983), Senior District Magistrate, Jayant Kripalani,Heat and Dust (1983), Dr. Gopal ,Party (1984),Trikal (1985), Francis,Susman (1987),Pehla Nasha (1993), Deepak's friend,Rockford (1999), Brother Lawrence,Chupke Se (2003), Mr. Arya Alag (2006), Pushkar Rana,Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na (2008), Aditi's Father Ru Ba Ru (2008), Dilip,3 Idiots (2009), Interviewer

Hitesh Kriplani

Hitesh Kriplani acted in below films:

1. Naughty Boy 2. Phir Tauba Tauba

Ravi Baswani

Ravi Baswani


September 29, New Delhi, India July 27, 2010 (aged 63)



Ravi Baswani (September 29, 1946 – July 27, 2010) was a well known Indian film actor, most famous for his role in Sai Paranjpe's Chashme Buddoor (1981) and Kundan Shah's cult comedy Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro (1983), for which he won Filmfare Best Comedian Award in 1984. He was noted for his comic timing and underplaying a character in the true sense of the word. In a career spanning 30 years he acted in some 30 films. He died in Haldwani, on his way to Delhi from hill stationNainital, to where he had

traveled to scout for locations for his upcoming directorial feature which was also to be his debut in that role. Early life and education Ravi Baswani was born and brought up in Delhi, where he later did his graduation from Kirori Mal College (KMC), Delhi University, he was also part of the KMC dramatic society at the college. Career He started his career in 1981 with Chashme Buddoor and did many successful films as a comedian and/or as a character artist. He also appeared very many times on Indian television. He went on to work in films like the cult Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro,Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa, Chhota Chetan, Ab Aayega Maza and Naseeruddin Shah's first directorial venture, Yun Hota Toh Kya Hota. As a television actor, he acted in numerous TV serials, including, the popular comedy serial, Idhar Udhar onDoordarshan in the 1980s, wherein he acted alongside Pathak sisters, Supriya Pathak and Ratna Pathak.[5] More recently he was seen in character roles in films like Bunty Aur Babli and Pyar Tune Kya Kiya. In 2004, when Film and Television Institute of India, Pune revived its acting course after 26 years, he became its coordinator and a teacher, along with Naseeruddin Shah, who also redesigned the course, Baswani however resigned the next year.[7][8] Death Baswani died following a massive heart attack on July 27, 2010 in Haldwani (Distt. Nainital). He was returning from Nainital to Delhi, where he had to hunt for location for his directorial debut film, set in the hills. He was unmarried. Filmography Year Film Role Notes

2006 Monsoon


Anthony Kaun Hai?

Dr. Lashwani

Yun Hota Toh Kya Hota


The Film

Film-maker Kanti Gulati

Bunty Aur Babli 2005

B.B.'s first victim

Lucky: No Time for Love Mr. Negi

It Could Be You

Dhillon Sr

2001 Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya

Vispy – Jai's boss

2000 Chal Mere Bhai


Jab Pyaar Kisise Hota Hai Orphanage manager

1998 Chhota Chetan


Ghar Bazar

Movie actor (Uncredited)

1996 Return of Jewel Thief

Trikal Trivedi

1994 Laadla


1993 Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa

Albert Sullivan



1992 Jaan Tere Naam

Hotel Employee

1987 Zevar


Peecha Karro

Hari Harihara

Ghar Sansar 1986 Love


Havaldar Pandu

Main Balwan

Dhillon Sr

1984 Ab Ayega Mazaa

Suresh 'Sidey'

Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro 1983 Dhat Tere... Ki

Sudhir Mishra

Madhukar Sharma (Maddy)

1981 Chashme Buddoor

Jai Lakhanpal

Raj Kiran

Raj Kiran Born Occupation Years active Spouse(s) 5 February 1949 (age 64) Actor 1975–1990 Kathija Nachiyar

Raj Kiran Mehtani (born 5 February 1949) is a Bollywood actor. Karz and Arth were two of his most memorable movies. Filmography
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Dalip Tahil

Dalip Tahil

Dalip Tahil at Mumbai 2010 Born




30 October 1952 (age 60) Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India



Dalip Tahil (born 30 October 1952, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India) is an Indian film, television and theatre actor. He did his schooling from the elite Sherwood College in Nainital, India. After attending Aligarh Muslim University (Aligarh UP) for a year, he then Graduated from st. Xavier's College, Mumbai. Films Dalip Tahil began to appear on stage while at school in Sherwood College, Nainital, at the age of 10. Dalip's participation over the years in the school choir, elocution competitions, the Nativity plays and formal and informal concerts gave him the perfect platform to be cast in principal parts which won him, during his senior years at school, the prestigious 'Kendall Cup' for the best actor two years in succession, first As 'Joseph' in the play 'My three Angels', and again as 'Macbeth' in Shakespeare's 'Macbeth'. He was declared the best actor for a record third Time in 1969, his final year at Sherwood College. Dalip moved along with his Family to Mumbai in 1968, and joined the Theatre Group Bombay, and trained under its Director's 'Alyque & Pearl Padamsee'. He appeared in some of its major productions, such as 'John the Baptist', 'Jesus' in' Godspell', 'Pearl Padamsee'(India's first English Theatre Musical), 'Stanley Kowalski', in Tennessee Williams 'A Street Car Named Desire' Dir. 'Alyque Padamsee'. He played Galy Gay, in Amal Alana's production of Bhertolt Brecht's 'Man is a man'. 'Andrew lloyd Webber's' musical 'Evita' Dir (Alyque Padamsee),that established him as a Singer/Actor star. Film Director 'Shyam Benegal' noticed Dalip,and offered him a part in his first feature film 'Ankur'. In The early 80's, India's foremost Film Director Ramesh Sippy offered him a principal part in his epic production 'Shaan'. This was followed by a cameo in Sir Richard Attenborough's Iconic film Gandhi. He went on to play principal character roles, demonstrating his versatility and unique talent in over 100 Bollywood films from the 1980s to 2013. He also appeared in the MerchantIvory English films The Deceivers and The Perfect Murder (1988). His most notable Bollywood film roles include Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak, Ram Lakhan, Tridev, Kishen

Kanhaiya, Thanedaar,Deewana, Baazigar, Darr, Ishq, Phir Bhi Dil Hindustani, King Uncle, Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke, Kaho Na Pyar Hai, etc.


In 1984, he acted as the father of Baby Sonia in India's first 3-D film My Dear Kuttichathan produced by Navodaya. Dalip will be seen in 2013 portraying the role of 'Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru', in 'Rakesh Om Prakash Mehra's' 'Bhaag Milkha Bhaag' with Director/Actor Farhan Akhtar in the Title Role Of Milkha Singh. In 2007, he starred in the Punjabi movie Sajna ve Sajna. He has starred in several films alongside Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan including Deewana, Baazigar, Darr, King Hindustani and Ra.One Television On television, Tahil played roles in Sanjay Khan's television serial The Sword of Tipu Sultan and Ramesh Sippy's Buniyaad. He got international recognition when he bagged the role of Dan Ferriera,(Principal regular over 90 episodes through 2003) in the iconic BBC Television Drama 'Eastenders. Dalip's unscheduled absence from Eastenders was a result of an insufficient work permit Application, which compelled him to appeal to the Secretary of State in the UK. Dalip was subsequently granted indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK. In 2007, he appeared in the BBC2 mini-series Nuclear Secrets in the episode Terror Traders playing Pakistani scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan.[1] He is internationally known for starring in the part of 'Madan Kumar'(ORIGINAL CAST) in the 'Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber' /'A.R Rahman',Theatre Musical 'Bombay Dreams'in which he performed in over 500 shows through 2002,at The 'Appolo Theatre' Victoria in London, UK. Music He has also released an album titled Raaz Ki Baaten. Selected filmograph

Uncle, Phir




Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (2013).... Jawahar Lal Nehru London, Paris, New York (2012)...Lalitha's Father

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Loot (2011) Ra.One (2011) Aazaan (film) (2011) Dil Bole Hadippa (2009)...Liyaqat Ali Khan (Lucky) I Can't Think Straight (2008)... Hello (2008)...Subhash Bakshi Kisaan (2008) Raat Gayi Baat Gayi (2008)...Saxena Sajna Ve Sajna (2008)...Kartar Singh Zindagi Tere Naam (2008) Rock On!! (2008)...Farhaan Akhtar's boss God Tussi Great Ho (2008)...TV station owner, Kewalchandani Love Story 2050 (2008)...Karan's Dad Race (2008)...Kabir Ahuja Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal (2007) ... Johny Bakshi Hello (2008) ... Bakshi Partner (2007) .... Raja Singh Shakalaka Boom Boom (2007) .... Music album producer Nuclear Secrets (2007) .... A.Q Khan Paarewari (2004) .... Madhu's father (Sindhi language film) EastEnders (2003) .... Dan Ferreira (British Soap Opera) Talaash: The Hunt Begins... (2003) ..... D.K Sharma Maine Dil Tujhko Diya (2002) .... Chopra Love Ke Liye Kuchh Bhi Karega (2001) .... Sapna's father Ajnabee (2001) ... Priya's father Chori Chori Chupke Chupke (2001) .... Rajiv Malhotra Chhupa Rustam: A Musical Thriller (2001) .... Deevan Baaldev Mujhe Kucch Kehna Hai (2001) .... Karan's father Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani (2000) .... Mr. Chinoy Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai (2000) .... Shakti Malik Dhai Akshar Prem Ke (2000) .... Rai Bahadur Chal Mere Bhai (2000) .... Balraj Oberoi Mann (1999) ... Pratab Singhania

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Ghulam (1998) .... Siddharth's father Soldier (1998) .... Virender Sinha Judwaa (1997) .... Bharosa Malhorta Ishq (1997) .... Hariprasad Gupt: The Hidden Truth (1997) .... Meghnath Choudhry Jeet (1996) ..... Ramakant Sahay Imtihaan (1995) .... Priti's father Raja (1995) .... Vishwa Garewal Aatank Hi Aatank (1995) .... Robert/Anju's husband Suhaag (1994) .... Baazigar (1993) .... Madan Chopra "Professor Ki Padosan" (1993) .... Ranjit Darr (1993) .... Captain Mehra Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke (1993) .... Mr. Bijlani King Uncle (1993) .... Pradeep Mallik Deewana (1992) .... Ramakant Sahai Vishwatma (1992) .... DCP Gupta Saudagar (1991) .... Gajendar Ajooba (1991) (as Dalip Tahhil) .... Shahrukh (Vazir's brother-in-law) Kishen Kanhaiya (1990) .... Mahesh Love Love Love (1989) .... Amit's father Tridev (1989) .... Don Ram Lakhan (1989) .... Thakur Pratap Singh The Perfect Murder (1988) .... Dilip Lal The Deceivers (1988) .... Daffadar Ganesha Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988) .... Dhanraj Singh Jalwa (1987).... Buniyaad (1987) .... as "Bhushan" Haveli Ram's eldest son Dance Dance (1987) .... Brijmohan Aakhree Raasta (1986) .... Inspector Roop Kumar Sahay Sultanat (1986) .... Janna Janbazz (1986) .... Farm Manager

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Mac Mohan

Mac Mohan Born Mohan Makijany 24 April 1938 Karachi, Sindh, British India 10 May 2010 (aged 72)


Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Makijany Mohan (24 April 1938 – 10 May 2010), popularly known as Mac Mohan, was a well-known Indian character actor in Hindi language films. Although, Mac Mohan acted in 218 films and remained popular as a rather sympathetic villain through the 1970s and 1980s with films like Don, Karz, Satte Pe Satta, Zanjeer, Rafoo

Chakkar, Shaan and Khoon Pasina, he is mostly remembered for his role of Sambha, the sidekick of dacoit Gabbar Singh in Ramesh Sippy’s blockbusterSholay (1975). Biography Early life and career Mohan was born in Karachi in British India. Mohan came to Mumbai to become a cricketer, but joined theatre and became a Bollywood actor. He learned acting in the Filmalaya School of Acting in Mumbai. Mac Mohan started his Hindi film career as an assistant with director Chetan Anand, before making his debut as an actor in his film, Haqeeqat in 1964. His last appearance was in Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge as guest appearance. Besides Hindi movies, he also acted [4] in Punjabi, Bhojpuri, Haryanvi, Sindhi, Gujarati and Marathi He had [1] delivered dialogue in almost all Indian languages except Oriya. as well as in English, Russian and Spanish films. Illness and death In November 2009, a day before he could start the shooting for Ashwini Dheer’s Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge?, he was admitted to the Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital in Andheri in Mumbai after his health detoriated. He had a tumour in the right lung, and died of lung cancer on 10 May 2010.[7] Asian Academy of Film & Television had a special prayer meeting on 14 May at Noida Film City. There was also a prayer meeting (chautha) on the 14th of May 2010 at Ajivasan Hall for family and friends, and from the oldest of his spot boys to Amitabh Bachchan attended the prayer meeting to pay their respect. Personal life Mac Mohan married Minny in 1986 and they had two daughters, Vinati and Manjari and a son, Vikrant. He was the maternal uncle of actress Raveena Tandon. He was Sunil Dutt's classmate in Lucknow from where he hailed. Mac Mohan’s wife Minny is an Ayurvedic Doctor. It was when Mac Mohan’s father was admitted to Arogya Nidhi Hospital in Juhu their interaction first started and later the relationship culminated into

marriage. In the interview taken by professional writer Niilesh A Raje we learn that Mac Mohan had an excellent command over spoken and written English. Apart from reading newspapers at length he loved reading the Reader’s Digest magazine a lot. Selected filmography Year Film Role

2009 Luck By Chance


Journey Bombay to 2007 Goa: Laughter Harley Davidson Unlimited


Nirhua Wala




Vidhyaarthi: The Inspector Gautam Power of Students


Pehchaan: The Face Opposition Leader of Truth

2005 Insan

2004 Ghar Grihasti

Mangesh's friend


Patli Baal



Madhav Saab

2003 Stumped


2002 Soch

2002 Gangobai

2002 Aakhri Inteqam

Mac Mohan

2001 Uljhan

Mac Mohan Macmohan)


2001 Qatil Haseeno Ka


2000 Glamour Girl


2000 Jai Shakumbhari Maa

Kaal Bhairav Mac.Mohan)


1999 Lal Baadshah

Vikram's Henchman

1999 Aaag Hi Aag

Tony (uncredited)

1999 Chandaal Atma

Topichand Jasoos/Writer Chandi Das

1998 Zulm-O-Sitam


1998 Maharaja


1998 Kabhi Na Kabhi


1998 Jaane Jigar


1997 Mr. & Mrs. Khiladi

Police Inspector

1997 Bhai Bhai


1996 Ram Aur Shyam

1996 Maahir


1996 Vijeta

Fernandes (uncredited)

1996 Apne Dam Par

1995 Rock Dancer


1995 Kalyug Ke Avtaar



Sarhad: The Border Mack (as Mack Mohan) of Crime

1995 Jai Vikraanta

1994 Mr. Azaad

1994 Zaalim

1994 Amaanat

1994 Prem Yog

1994 Insaniyat

False Jailor

1994 Dulaara

Salim Langda

1994 Chauraha


1994 Gopalaa


1994 Madam X


1994 Pathreela Raasta

1993 Aadmi

Dhar Pakad assistant


1993 Sainik

Private Ranjit

1993 Police Wala

1993 Krishan Avtaar

1993 Dil Ki Baazi

1993 Aankhen

Tejeshwar's (Spy)


1993 Badi Bahen

1993 Gurudev


1993 Kundan


1993 Zakhmi Rooh


1992 Humshakal

Police Office from other city (terrorist in the theatre)

1992 Humlaa

Bhawani's man

1992 Mr. Bond

1992 Sarphira

1992 Adharm


1992 Shola Aur Shabnam

Jaichand (uncredited)

1992 Naseebwaala


1991 Ajooba


1991 Paap Ki Aandhi

Mac Mohan

1991 Jeene Ki Sazaa

Prof. Chowdhury

1991 Khel

Police Kumar



1991 Khooni Panja

1991 Numbri Aadmi

1991 Trinetra



Baaghi: A Rebel for Kaajal's Interviewer Love

1990 Zimmedaaar

Man who beat up the press editor

1990 Kafan

1990 Naaka Bandi

Cameo (song "Rekha Ko Dekha")

1990 Awwal Number


1989 Paap Ka Ant

1989 Lashkar


1989 Na-Insaafi

Gopal (Billa's Gang)

1989 Daata

Kundan's friend

1989 Billoo Baadshah

1989 Ilaaka


1989 Aakhri Baazi


1989 Farz Ki Jung


1989 Ajeeb Itefaq


1989 Asmaan Se Ooncha

1989 Gharana

1989 Guru

Mac - bandit

1989 Jaaydaad

Mac (as Macmohan)

1989 Main Tera Dushman

Havaldar Dhaniram

1989 Mitti Aur Sona


1989 Mohabat Ka Paigham Malhotra


Ganga Mein



Sewaram's Man

1988 Mahaveera

Don's Chaudhry

1988 Commando

Security Officer

1988 Paap Ki Duniya

1988 Akhri Muqabla


1988 Mar Mitenge


1988 Qatil

Plain-clothes Officer


1988 Sagar Sangam


1987 Insaf Ki Pukar

Soloman (as Mc. Mohan)

1987 Satyamev Jayate

Kaalia (uncredited)

1987 Aag Hi Aag


1987 Loha

Shera's Man in prison

1987 Jawab Hum Denge

Mac Kelkar

1987 Khudgarz

Sudhir's man

1987 Watan Ke Rakhwale


1986 Avinash


1986 Allah-Rakha


1986 Begaana

Lall's assistant

1986 Ilzaam

Dhanraj's Gang

1986 Shart

Jabbar (photographer)

1986 Aaj Jhale Mukt Mi

Gypsy Dancer/Singer

1986 Palay Khan

Zulekha's father

1986 Shatru


1986 The Living Corpse

1985 Telephone

1985 Zabardast

Bhima (as Macmohan)

1985 Yudh


1985 Zamana


1985 Jawaab


1985 Aandhi Toofan

Balbir's man

1985 Haveli

Runaway prisoner Mack Mohan)


1984 Karishmaa


1984 Jagir

Mac - bandit

1984 Duniya


1984 Andar Baahar

Man who took Monica out of her place

1984 Baazi

Rocky's accomplice

1984 Boxer

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Wanted: Alive



1984 Awaaz


1984 Captain Barry

1984 Shapath

1984 Teri Bahon Mein

1983 Mahaan


1983 Chor Police

1983 Haadsaa

Gangster's goon

1982 Dharam Kanta

Manglu (as Mack Mohan)

1982 Sawaal


1982 Ashanti


1982 Aamne Samne


1982 Satte Pe Satta

Ranjit's Henchman

1982 Haathkadi


1982 Daulat

Shekar Singh

1982 Kache Heere

False Income Tax Officer

1981 Krodhi

Mac(as Macmohan)

1981 Hum Se Badkar Kaun

1981 Nakhuda


1981 Professor Pyarelal

Mac - Ronnie's associate

1980 Morcha

1980 Shaan

Jagmohan Shakal's assistant (uncredited)

1980 Dostana

Daaga's man

1980 Qurbani


1980 Karz

Sir Spokesperson


1980 Alibaba Aur 40 Chor


1980 The Burning Train

Mac (Laborer)

1980 Beqasoor


1980 Bombay 405 Miles


1980 Guest House

Shakti (uncredited)

1980 Patita

Cripple Guy

1980 Patthar Se Takkar

Mohan goon



1980 Takkar

Ranjeet's hood

1979 Do Shikaari


Hum Hain




1979 Chor Sipahee


1979 Lahu Ke Do Rang


1979 Kaala Patthar


1979 Jaani Dushman

Taxi Driver

1978 Phandebaaz

1978 Don


1978 Ganga Ki Saugandh


1978 Atithee


1978 Chor Ho To Aisa


1977 Aap Ki Khatir


1977 Chhailla Babu


1977 Khoon Pasina

Mack Mohan

1977 Immaan Dharam

Man offered 5000rps to give witness

1977 Ab Kya Hoga

Curator (uncredited)

1977 Farishta Ya Qatil

1977 Vishwasghaat


1976 Hera Pheri


1975 Sholay


1975 Rafoo Chakkar


Dhoti Lota Chowpatty


1975 Himalay Se Ooncha

1975 Prem Kahani


1975 Salaakhen


1974 Majboor


1974 Kasauti

Shyam (Ex-Writer)

1974 Manoranjan

Train passenger

1974 Badla

1973 Zanjeer

Man caught in liquor warehouse


1973 Anhonee

Henchman with knife (as Mack Mohan)

1973 Hanste Zakhm


1973 Heera Panna

Anil's Photographer

1973 Shareef Budmaash


1972 Yeh Gulistan Hamara

1971 Man Mandir


1971 Memsaab

1970 Abhinetri

Anjana's Fan (as Mac)

1970 Suhana Safar

Bus Passenger (as Brij Mohan)

1969 Aya Sawan Jhoom Ke Madman (as Brij Mohan)

1967 Shagird

Ramesh's Friend at an Engagement party (as Mac)

1964 Cha Cha Cha

Sushil (as Brij Mohan)

1964 Aao Pyaar Karen

1964 Haqeeqat

Ram Swarup's Youngest Brother (as Brij Mohan)


Producer of blockbusters like Sholay, Shaan and Shakti, G.P. Sippy is one of the surviving legends of the Hindi film industry. Not many may know the he was the pioneer of the Flat system in Bombay. Having started life in the construction industry, G.P. Sippy rose rapidly in the film world. Producer, director, he was the uncrowned king for several years. He was the President of the India Motion Pictures Producers Association, and then the All India Film Producers Association.


This model turned actress did not have much luck with movies. She was a Miss India and a very successful model. Some of her popular ads were that of Ponds soap and Nirma which became famous because of her indomitable presence. But her films came to be known as damp squibs which were nowhere in comparison with her successful commercials. Sangeeta Bijlani’s debut movie was ‘Hathyar’ (1989) opposite Dharmendra. Here was a mad scramble to have a good look at this beautiful actress who many thought had the capacity of dethroning many reigning queens of that time. But the films that followed were not good enough and she was remembered as only the good model that she was. Some of her other films are ‘Jurm’, ‘Shivram’, ‘Yodha’, ‘Tahqeeqat’, ‘Yugandhar’ and ‘Nirbhay’. Her co-stars mostly were Vinod Khanna, Jeetendra, Sunny Deol and Mithun Chakraborty. She also had a serial ‘Chandni’ to her credit but it did not bring out the acting talent in her. Now married to the ex-Indian cricket captain, Mohammed Azharuddin, Sangeeta Bijlani leads a happy life of an ideal housewife.

Vishal Dadlani–Shekhar Ravjiyani
Singer/ Music composer


Background information Genres Occupations Years active Associated acts Indian film music Music Director 1999–present Akon

Vishal–Shekhar are a music directing duo (Vishal Dadlani and Shekhar Ravjiani) for Hindi, Telugu and Marathi films. They have had a number of successes including Jhankaar Beats, Dus, Bluffmaster, Om Shanti Om, Bachna Ae Haseeno,Dostana, Chintakayala Ravi, Anjaana Anjaani, Ra.One, Student Of The Year, Balak Palak (Marathi) and more.
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3.1 Music director (Vishal & Shekhar) 3.2 Playback singer (Vishal Dadlani) 3.3 Playback singer (Shekhar Ravjiani)

Career The duo rose to prominence when they composed the score for the film Jhankaar Beats which included the hit song "Tu Aashiqui Hai". Their

efforts paid off when they won the Filmfare RD Burman Award for New Music Talent for Jhankaar Beats. The music for the film Musafir became popular with young people in India and overseas. They combined techno music with Indian sounds. The score included the hits "Saaki" and "Door Se Paas". 2005 was a good year for the duo as they composed the scores for three hit films: Salaam Namaste, Dus and Bluffmaster. Work in association with Red Chillies Entertainment. Vishal Dadlani is also the vocalist of Mumbai-based electronic band Pentagram. He collaborated with Imogen Heap on the song "Minds Without Fear" for an episode of The Dewarists. Although Vishal never received any formal training, his love for music originated from listening to his father's extensive collection of music from various genres all across the world. Shekhar Ravjiani is a trained classical singer (under Ustad Niaz Ahmed Khan) and has a sound base of Indian music. He learned to play the accordion from his father, a music enthusiast, Hasmukh Ravjiani. Shekhar was a participant of Zee TV singing contest Sa Re Ga Ma Pa in 1997. He composed and sung Marathi songs "Saazni" in 2012 and "Saavli" (with Sunidhi Chauhan) in 2013 which were appreciated by the audience, and revenue from downloads of these songs went to a Maharashtra-based nonprofit, Ma Niketan, for promoting girl education. Other acts They have been judges on the popular star hunt show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Challenge 2007 and the musical talent show Jo Jeeta Wohi Super Star with director and choreographer Farah Khan. They are the judges on Amul Star Voice Of India Mummy Ki Superstars. They were mentors and judges in the Zee TV reality show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa with Sajid-Wajid. They have composed title track for Star Plus' upcoming daily Navya and Piya Re Bhavri. They have also composed the IPL theme song of season 3 and Anthem of Kolkata Knight Riders. Vishal Ashok Somkuwar will be the World's first ever musicians to perform for a live audio concert which will be accessible on mobile phones and the

internet. They are excited to be the pioneer in the show which may put them in the Guinness Book Of World Records.[1] Following the terror attacks on Mumbai on 26 November 2008, Vishal Dadlani launched a petition to ban live media coverage during the rescue operations. They are the composers behind the Kailash Kher's song "Allah Ke Bande" from Waisa Bhi Hota Hai Part II. On January 23, 2012, Vishal and Shekhar performed at Spring Fest 2012 in IIT Kharagpur on January 22, 2012; they also performed at Saarang in IIT Madras. On February 15, 2012, Vishal and Shekhar performed at Crossroads 2012 in SRCC. On March 25, 2012, Vishal and Shekhar with Shruti Pathak performed live at Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University in Flare (Techno-Cultural Fest). On December 23, 2012, Vishal and Shekhar with Shruti Pathak performed live at IIM Ahmedabad in Chaos (Techno-Cultural Fest) On March 10, 2013, Vishal and Shekhar with Shruti Pathak performed live at Galgotias University, Greater Noida (G-Quasar 2013) On March 23, 2013, Vishal and his band Pentagram, performed at Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal. On May 28, 2013, Vishal and Shekhar joined by Shreya Ghoshal started Indian Idol Junior for small kids. All the three are judging the children after audition at various places in India. On April 6, 2013, Vishal and Shekhar with Shruti Pathak performed live at Magarpatta Cyber City, Pune. Live concert was fully arranged by Amdocs DVCI, Pune Vishal–Shekhar composed the IPL6 anthem "Jumping Japaang" On May 28, 2013 Vishal and Shekhar along with Shreya Ghoshal became judges for Indian Idol Junior


Ranveer was born as Ranveer Bhavnani in Mumbai, 06th July,1985. He did his early college in H.R. College of Commerce and Economics, Mumbai and went to United states to pursue a Bachelor of Arts degree in Bloomington's Indiana University. Ranveer Singh made his debut in the Bollywood Film Industry in 2010. He acquired a lead role in a Yash Raj venture, Band Baja Baaraat and has become one the most promising fresh faces of Bollywood Filmography | Lootera Ranveer was born as Ranveer Bhavnani in Mumbai, 06th July,1985. He did his early college in H.R. College of Commerce and Economics, Mumbai and went to United states to pursue a Bachelor of Arts degree in Bloomington's Indiana University. Ranveer Singh made his debut in the Bollywood Film Industry in 2010. He acquired a lead role in a Yash Raj venture, Band Baja Baaraat and has become one the most promising fresh faces of Bollywood Personal Life Ranveer always wanted to be an actor, from his childhood days and therefore participated in plays and debates in school. “I was a very filmy kid. I used to watch a lot of TV and get very influenced by Bollywood", he recollects. However when he joined junior college in Mumbai, Ranveeer's hope of becoming an actor dwindled a little and (then he) realized that getting a break into the industry was not an easy job. Only the people with a Bollywood background got an opportunity in the Tinsle Town. So he began focusing on his second passion-creative writing and moved to United States to pursue his bachelor of arts degree from Indiana University. Career However even in the states Ranveer pursue acting classes besides his studies. He took up theater as his minor field in College and after completing his studies came back to Mumbai on 2007. He worked for a few years in Advertising industry as a copy writer before he started

working as an assistant director. He left the work as an assistant director and took up acting seriously and started giving his portfolios to directors. He felt that his fresh face would work and will bag him a lead role. He refused offers from television soaps and music videos. He only concentrated on his acting career in Bollywood. Ranveer would go to the producers himself and ask for work after showing his portfolio. He did all kinds of auditions and would get a minor roles once in four or five months. He found this very discouraging and would often rethink about his passion for acting. It was only in January 2010 that Ranveer was called for an audition with Yash Raj Films (YRF). They told him that they were looking for a lead role in their film Band Baaja Baaraat. He went for the audition where he was asked to perform two scenes. Aditya Chopra, the vice president of Yash Raj films was very impressed by his acting skills. He decided to give the role of Bitto Sharma to Ranveer. After two weeks Ranveer Singh was finalized for the lead role in the romantic comedy delete Band Baaja Baaraat opposite the actress Anushka Sharma. Band Baaja Baaraat was commercially and critically successful movie. Box Office India website reported that the film grossed approximately 21.44 crore after five weeks, making it a box office success. Ranveer's role in the movie was much appreciated. He portrayed the role of a 'typical Delhi University ka launda' (perfect Delhi University boy) perfectly. He became a sensation overnight

Ghansham Vaswani

Ghansham Vaswani Ghansham Santdas Vaswani born on 24-8-1954, in Mumbai, Maharashtra, is artiste of Akashwani and Doordarhsan, Ghanshyam has given several outstanding performances. He has traveled to number of countries all over the world. He was also invited at Sindhi Sammelans held in U.S.A. He has sung and composed music for the popular Dance Ballet in Sindhi “Sindh Muhinjee Amma” (Sind Is My Mother). He is much sought after artiste at most Sindhi cultural programme. After having initial training from his father Santdas Vaswani (who was also a great Sindhi & Shastrya Singer), he received further comprehensive training from renowned stalwarts, like Ghazal Samrat Jagjit Singh, Sushila Pohankar and Pt. Rajaram Shukla. He is also a renowned Urdu Ghazal singer and has won several laurels. Education of Ghanshyam Vaswani B.Sc., L.L.B., D.M.M. Awards
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Gold Medal, 1995 (At Mumbai by Pt. Prakash Bharadwaj). Gold Medal, 1993 (At Jaipur by Justice Indersen Israni), 1993 Trophy, 1999 (At Mumbai by ‘Murk’ Publications in Memory of Bhagwanti Navani).

In addition to the above Ghansham has also been felicitated / honoured by several Panchayats/ Associations all over the country and abroad. Albums Sindhi Albums 1. ‘Sindhi Sangeet’ (Sindhi Music), Bhajans & Kalams(Vol. I & II) (CBS). 2. ‘Sachal Sarmast’(Sachal’s Kalaams), poems of famous poet Sachal, 1995. ( Magna Sound) 3. ‘Sik Sajan Jee’ (Fragrance of Beloved), Bhajan & Kalaams, 1998( Good Music) 4. ‘Dulah Shah Ja Doha’ (Couplets Of God of Water Jhulelal),Dohiras, 2001(Tips). 5. ‘Jhulelal Jhulelal’ (Repeated Recitation Of God Of Water), Dhuni, 2001. 6. ‘Jhulelal Bera Paar’ (Trust Jhulelal You Will Sail through), Bhajjans, 1996, T Series. 7. Aan Poi 8. Afsaana Ishq Jaa ( T- Series ) Albums Ghazals 1. Jagjit Singh Presents : Talent of 80's (HMV) 2. Jagjit Singh Presents : Ghansham Vaswani (HMV) 3. Khushboo (Weston) 4. Soulful (Necola) 5. Parvaaz (HMV) 6. Forget Me not Bhajans 1. Sai Charan Mein. Bhajans of Shirdi Sai Baba’s Glory, (Western) 2. Bhajman Krishna Kanhaiya (HMV) Render Songs For Sindhi Films
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Hal ta Bhaji Haloon. Ammi Ya Mammy. Ker Kehijo. Pyar Kare Dis. Amma Jo Peenjho ( Assen Sindhi )

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Ankush Kalka Satwan Aasmaan

Kumar Taurani & Ramesh Taurani

Kumar Taurani and Ramesh Taurani are the successful names in Bollywood as film producers .Their music and film production company Tips Industries Limited, Mumbai has become a very famous name in Indian Music Industry and Film Production. The Taurani brothers made their first film ‘Jab Pyaar Kisise Hota Hai’ in 1998.Then they produced ‘Soldier’, ‘Kya Kehna’, ‘The Legend of Bhagat Singh’, ‘Dil Hai Tumhara, ‘Naqaab’,’Fida’’,Footpath’’,Hari Om’,’Toh Baat Pakki’’,Dil Ka Rista’,’Kunwara’,’Kya Yehi Pyaar Ha’i,’Secret’’,Albela’,’Kya Kehna’,’Kachche Dhaage’, ‘Ishq Vishk,, ‘Kismat Konnection’, ‘Prince’, ‘Race’, ‘Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya’, ‘Jayanatabhai Ki Luv Story’, Race -2, Ajab Prem Ki Ghajab Kahani and now their latest film Ramaiya Vasta Vaiya ( Directed by Prabhu Deva and starring Girish Kumar andShruti Hasan ) is ready for release on 29th July 2013 and Phata Poster Nikla Hero ( Directed by Rajkumar Santoshi and starring Shahid Kapoor and Ileana D’cruz releasing on 20th September 2013).

Ambika Hinduja

Ambika Hinduja has produced two films so far. Her first film was Being Cyrus ( English Language Film) directed by Homi Adajania. This was a debut film for Homi Adajania as a film director. Saif Ali Khan was the hero of the film. It was the first full fledge English film done by Saif Ali Khan .Being Cyrus was based on a Parsi family story. The film was the best English film released in 2006. After producing Being Cyrus Ambika Hinduja again produced a Hindi film titled Teen Patti. Ben Kingslay ( Gandhi Fame) and Amitabh Bachchan were in the leading roles in Teen Patti. The film was directed by Leena Yadav. The film was very creative in the making but could not done miracles of business on the box office but Ambika Hinduja did what she wanted to do. Her thinking and making style is different .She has learnt film making from London Film School in Convent Garden so she did a very special experiment of film making with a different kind of story while making Teen Patti. Ambika Hinduja was born on 8th December in Hinduja family- the famous International business family of India. She is the daughter of Ashok Hinduja, the owner of Ashok Leyland Company ( Internationally famous Heavy Motor Vehicle manufacturer company) and Indus Ind Bank. Recently Ambika Hinduja has got married Raman Macker a businessman from Mumbai. Ambika Hinduja is a sindhi lady and she is very much proud of her mother tongue sindhi, sindhi culture, sindhi heritage, sindhi food. Sindhi community is also proud of Ambika Hinduja who is the first young sindhi lady producer from sindhi community who has produced an English film

Being Cyrus and a Hindi film Teen Patti with Ben Kingslay ( Gandhi Fame) and Amitabh Bachchan the Star of the Millenium.

Poonam Sinha

Born Residence Other names Occupation Spouse(s)

Poonam Chandiramani Patna, Bihar, India Komal

actor Shatrughan present) Sinha (1980 –


Luv Kush Sonakshi Sinha

Sinha Sinha

Poonam Sinha (née Chandiramani) is an Indian actress, who acted in Hindi cinema under screen name Komal in her early career. She is a former Miss Young India (1968) who has worked in minor roles in Hindi movies, and has also produced two films. She is most known as the wife of actorpolitician Shatrughan Sinha and mother of actress Sonakshi Sinha. Acting career Jigri Dost which casted Jeetendra in a double role along Mumtaz was her noteworthy hit in 1969 - Her screen name was credited as Komal then. She was cast along with her would be husband Shatrughan Sinha in the movie Sabak (1973). After her marriage with Shatrughan Sinha and having children, she largely left her career.[4] After a long gap of thirty years she starred in the film Jodha Akbar (2008) playing the role of Mallika Hamida Banu Begum - mother of Emperor Akbar enacted by Hrithik Roshan directed by noted film director Ashutosh Gowariker. Personal life She married Shatrughan Sinha after 7 years of courtship on July 9, 1980. The two had earlier met in a train compartment while traveling. [5] She is the mother of twin brothers actor Luv Sinha and Kush Sinha, and Hindi movie actress Sonakshi Sinha.

Sonakshi Sinha,
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Jigri Dost (1969) Aadmi Aur Insaan (1969) Aag Aur Daag (1970) Sabak (1973) Shaitaan (1974) Dil Diwana (1974) Dream Girl (1977) Mitr, My Friend (2002) Jodha Akbar (2008)

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Rajkumar Hirani

Rajkumar Hirani ( born November 22, 1962 ), National Award and Filmfare Award winning Indian Director, screenwriter and film editor of Hindi films. Best known for the films Munna Bhai MBBS ( 2003 ), Lage Raho Munnabhai ( 2006 ) and 3 Idiots ( 2009 ).

Rajkumar Hirani was born in 1962 in Nagpur to a Sindhi family. He studied in St. Francis De'Sales High School, Nagpur, Maharashtra and completed his graduation in commerce. After completing graduation, He joined Film and Television Institute of India in Pune.

He started his career as film editor before moving to advertising. He established himself as a director and producer of advertising films. He was also seen in a Fevicol Ad where some guys and elephants are trying to pull and break a fevicol plank saying "Jor laga ke Haisha" Thereafter he started working with Vidhu Vinod Chopra. He worked on promos and trailers for 1942: A Love Story. He edited promo's for Kareeb and got big break as film editor with Mission Kashmir. In 2003, Hirani directed his first venture Munnabhai MBBS, which is considered a cult classic. Then came Lage Raho Munnabhai ( 2006 ) and 3 Idiots ( 2009 ), establishing Hirani as one of the most successful director in Indian file industry. Career Year Movie Role


1942: A Love Promos and trailers Story

1998 Kareeb Mission Kashmir Munna M.B.B.S Bhai

Promo Editor




Director, Editor, Writer

2005 Parineeta 2006 Lage

Creative Producer Raho Director, Editor, Writer


Movie Munna Bhai



Eklavya: The Executive Producer Royal Guard Director, Editor, Writer

2009 3 Idiots Awards Year Movie Award


National Film Award for Best Popular Film Munna Bhai Providing Wholesome Entertainment M.B.B.S. Munna Bhai Filmfare Critics Award for Best Movie M.B.B.S. Munna Bhai Zee Cine Awards - Best Debuting Director M.B.B.S. Munna Bhai Star Screen Awards - Distinction in Directorial M.B.B.S. Debut Lage Raho National Film Award for Best Popular Film Munna Bhai Providing Wholesome Entertainment Lage Raho Filmfare Critics Award for Best Movie Munna Bhai Lage Raho Filmfare Best Story Award Munna Bhai











Lage Raho Filmfare Best Dialogue Award Munna Bhai

Lage Raho 2006 Munna Bhai Stardust Dream Director Award Lage Raho Munna Bhai Star Screen Awards - Best Story, Best Film Lage Raho Global Indian Film Awards - Best Film, Best Munna Bhai Story, Best Dialogue Lage Raho Broadcast India 2006 Awards for Excellence in Munna Bhai Film & Television - Best Director. Lage Raho IIFA awards for Best director Munna Bhai National Film Award for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment Star Screen Awards for Best Director





2010 3 Idiots


3 Idiots

2010 3 Idiots 2010 3 Idiots 2010 3 Idiots

Star Screen Award for Best Screenplay Star Screen Award for Best Editing Filmfare Awards for Best Director

Shweta keswani

An uncompromising professional who reinvents herself with each role, Sweta Keswani represents a breed of actor seldom seen in Indian cinema and television. With Films, Television programs, and Commercials watched worldwide, Sweta has become a household name both inside and outside India. Distinguishing herself in the realm of television with her stereotype shattering performances in Kahani Ghar Ghar Ki and Des Mein Nikla Hoga Chand, Sweta displayed her unique ability to add depth and shades of grey to roles broadly labeled 'positive' and 'negative.' Her performances gained her critical acclaim leading many to notice that she, in fact, transformed the public's perception of such characters and, in so doing, to a degree revitalized Indian television. Sweta attributes much of her success to her ability to underplay emotions and turn away from the reliance many female Indian actors have on over-the-top antics, makeup and dress- relying instead on subtle and natural gestures, acting in its truest sense. Seldom does Television notoriety translate into box-office success; nevertheless Sweta has proven herself something of an exception. From a critically acclaimed performance in the Hindi film Love In Nepal to the eagerly awaited release of the English Film The Memsahib, Sweta has shown exceptional ability to master the requirements of both Indian as well as Western Cinema. Currently Sweta's ambitions lie in whatever roles allow her the ability to grow as an artist, whether that be in film, on television, or on stage.

Sasural Genda Phool is a TV show that premiered on March 1, 2010 and is on Star Plus. It falls into the category of a soap opera, romantic comedy and a drama. Sasural Genda Phool is set in the colourful alleys of Old Delhi. The aesthetic portrayal of Purani Dilli is the unique selling proposition of the show. It is a remake of a popular Bengali show Ogo Bodhu Shundori which airs on Star Jalsha. Sasural Genda Phool is currently re-airing on TV Asia. The title of the drama is inspired by thesong "Genda Phool" from the film Delhi 6, which is also the show's theme song.

Girish Kumar Taurani

Girish Kumar was born on 30th November 1989. His father Kumar Taurani ,managing director of Tips Industries Limited is launching him through Ramaiya Vastavaiya . Ramesh Taurani the famous film producer is his uncle. Ramaiya Vastavaiya is releasing on 19th July 2013. Famous dancer ,actor and director Prabhu Deva is directing Ramaiya Vastavaiya. Shruti Hasan daughter of Kamal Hasan is the heroine of Ramaiya Vastavaiya. Girish Kumar has taken special training of dance, body building and sea surfing to give his best performance as a Hero in Ramaiya Vastavaiya. Actress Jacqueline Fernandez is doing a very special number Jadu Ki Jhappi in this film and this item number has already become a chartbuster.

Sindhu Tolani

19thJuly is the birthday of Sindhu Tolani. Sindhu Tolani was born in Mumbai in a reputed sindhi Tolani family. She had been a Fair & Lovely cream model girl in the North and then became a successful actress of south Indian films. She started her career with the Telugu movie “Aithe”. She was the heroine of super hit telegu film Athanokkade. She has also acted in Tamil movies . She was also a part of Mani Ratnam‘s stage show, Netru, Indru, Naalai. Her filmography is :Year Film 2000 Mohabbatein 2003 Aithe Sullan 2004 Manmadhan Athanokkade Rishi Alaiyadikkuthu Majaa 2005 Gowtam SSC Sarada Saradaga Pothe Poni 2006 Pournami Janaki Lavanya Shanti Mallika Brinda Role Language Ishika’s Friend Hindi Aditi Kavya Vaishnavi Anjali Telugu Tamil Tamil Telugu Kannada Tamil Tamil Telugu Telugu Telugu Telugu

Nee Navve Chaalu Snehana Preethina 50 Lakh

Sindhu Sindhu Aditi

Telugu Kannada Hindi Tamil Telugu

2007 Pasupathi c/o Rasakkapalayam Priya Vishaka Express Naa Manasukemaindi Bathukamma Victory Hare Ram Black & White 2008 Pandhayam 2009 Kick Bhairava IPS 2010 Baava Prema Kavali 2011 Daggaraga Dooramga Ishq Murattu Kaalai 2012 Poison Zareen Divya Priya Sameera Thulasi Gita


Bathukamma Telugu Sindhu Telugu Telugu Telugu Tamil Telugu Telugu Telugu Telugu Telugu Telugu Tamil Telugu

Sindhu Tolani is a good dancer and very shining actress.She has proved herself as a very talented and perfect actress. Sindhu Tolani is proud to be a sindhi and wants to promote sindhi language,literature and culture. Sindhi community is proud of her achievements as an actress in south Indian films.

Bihari Kandhari
A Sindhi Film Producer

Bihari Kandhari was a Reserve Bank Officer before coming to Real Estate Business in Mumbai. After taking his volunteer retirement from Reserve Bank of India he developed his real estate and property business in Mumbai and presently he is the Chairman of B Kandhari Properties a very trusted and famous real estate and properties company in Mumbai. As Bihari Kandhari is very much devoted to sindhi culture, literature and language since his college time so recently he has produced a sindhi movie “Haliyo Aa Putt Actor Thiyan” under his banner B Kandhari Productions. P.B.Chand is the writer of the film and screen play of the film has been written by Gopal Raghani and Mahesh Rajput. Pradeep Lalwani and Nitu Jivnani have played the lead role of hero and heroine of the film. Young music director Saral Roshan has directed the music and Kajal Chandiramani, Madhushree , Mohit Lalwani and Saral Roshan have sung the sindhi songs of the film. Jai Hero, Aarti Jadhwani, Naresh Chawla, Aarti Jaswant Kumar,Ramesh Karnani, Baldev Kalra, Haresh Keswani, Anil Sadani, Daulat Rupani, Deepak Punjabi, P. B. Chand Hema Chandwani,Master Aarav Kandhari, Lachman Sachdev, Amit Lekhwani, Teku Mangtani, Rakesh Karra, Ghanshyam, Manorma Singh, Shilpa Patankar, Asha & Ruma D’slva have also acted in this sindhi film. Arjan Hasid has written the sindhi lyrics and Gopal Raghani has directed the film. Halyo Aa Put Actor Thiyan sindhi film has been released in Mumbai,Ulhasnagar and has got big applause and appreciation by sindhi community all over India. Bihari Kandhari film producer wants to release his film in every sindhi populated area of India and abroad so that sindhi community can watch his endeavour to uplift sindhi language and literature through a sindhi film.

Pratibha Advani
TV Anchor & Producer

Biography Pratibha Advani was born on 6th September 1967 at Breach Candy Hospital in Mumbai. Her father Shri L K Advani ji is presently Member of Lok Sabha BJP from Gandhi Nagar, Gujrat has served India as the Former Deputy Prime Minister. Her mother’s name is Smt. Kamla Advani. Smt. Kamla Advani belongs to a very reputed Jagtiani family from Mumbai. Education Pratibha Advani has done her B.Sc. Degree with zoology subject from Hindu College, Delhi. She has topped her college and stood third in Delhi University. She has done a course of Computer Graphics. She is very intellectual and intelligent and truly represents her name Pratibha ( In Sanskrit Pratibha means Talent). Her Television Career She started her television career as a News Reader working with ATN Asian Television Network. Since then she has made a very big success in television programming and today she is the Managing Director of Swayam Infotainment Private Limited a production house. Swayam Infotainment Private Limited has produced so many popular television programmes like Namastey Cinema (Film Celebrity Profile Programme), Retake ( Film Celebrity Interview Programme),Take Care (Health Programme), Stri ( women oriented interview prog) Swayam ( Film Celebrity Interview Programme). She has anchored so many programmes like Namaste Cinema, Retake, Stri, Swayam, News Maker, Jeevan Ke Pal do Pal for many famous television channels. Although the father of Pratibha Advani is a very famous

politician of india but she never took any kind of advantage of the position and post of her father. She made her television career with her own self efforts and talent ( Sanskrit word Pratibha means talent in English) and has achieved a very graceful position in the area of India Television Industry. Pratibha Advani’s words about her TV prg “Namaste Cinema” Namate Cinema is presented every Sunday at 9am on Zee Tv channel . It is presented & anchored by Pratibha Advanii Managing Director,Swayam Infotainment Private Limited, Delhi. Its is a very popular TV prg of Famous Bollywood Celebrities. In the words of Pratibha Advani ” My attempt in each episode ( each episode of Namaste Cinema) is to reveal to the viewers the person behind the celluloid image. It seeks to bring out little-known aspects of the personality’s childhood, family, initial trials and hardships in the film industry, sources of creative inspiration, and attitude towards life.” Popularity of Namaste Cinema Namaste Cinema is a very popular programme of Bollywood and its like a biography of a film celebrity and when this programme is presented the viewers feel like they are reading a film magazine or a film book. Namastey Cinema has truely achieved a very big success as a very famous TV prg and its all credit goes to Pratibha Advani and its production house Swayam Infotainment team. Swayam Infotainment is producing “Namaste Cinema” Zee TV prg for last so many years and this programme has completed more than 350 episodes ( Namaste Cinema completed its 100 episode on 17th June 2007). Presently it has a very graceful TRP among all Zee TV programmes. The popularity of Namaste Cinema programme is increasing day by day. She is a journalist As she is a journalist so she sometimes writes film colums for some newspapers like Organiser ( A Very famous English Newspaper published from New Delhi). Film Direction & Acting In 1997 Pratibha Advani worked as an Assistant Director with famous Lady Film Director Kalpana Lajmi in her Hindi film Darmiyan. She has done acting of a journlist in Devta a Hindi Television Serial. Awards Pratibha has also been awarded by many International and National institutions for her best performance & contribution given in Indian Television Industry. Her Documetaries Pratibha Advani has produced a very famous documentary namely Ananya Bharati ( patriotism based documentary). Its screening was organised in

Mumbai and this documentary has got a very big applause and praise by the viewers She has produced documentaries namely Tiranga ( Indian National Tri Colour ) , Lord Ganesha, Holi Festival also on River Ganga. She is a Hindi Movie Buff Pratibha Advani is a movie buff and has made her graceful presence on the premiers of many big Hindi Movies with her parents. She goes to theater to watch the English and Hindi plays.

Dabboo Ratnani

Dabboo Ratnani is a leading Indian fashion photographer, known for his annual calendar which has become a highly notable showbiz event in India since its first publication in 1999. Wikipedia

Vashu Bhagnani

Vashu Bhagnani is one of the most prominent producers from Bollywood . He is of Sindhi Descent. His notable films include Coolie No. 1 (1995),Hero No. 1 (1997), Bade Miyan Chote Miyan (1998), Mujhe Kuch Kehna Hai (2001), Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein (2002), Om Jai Jagadish (2002), Shaadi No. 1 (2005). He launched Puja Entertainment India Ltd. in 1995 with the movie Coolie No. 1. His latest ventures are Kal Kissne Dekha (2009) son Jackky Bhagnani. Filmography 1. Maine Dekha Hai 2. Rangrezz (2013) 3. Himmatwala (2013) 4. Ajab Gazabb Love (2012) 5. F.A.L.T.U (2011) 6. Do Knot Disturb (2009) 7. Kal Kissne Dekha (2009) 8. Sorry Bhai! (2008) 9. Shaadi No. 1 (2005) 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. Antarmahal: Views of the Inner Chamber (2005) Silsiilay (2005) Vaada (2005) (co-producer) Out of Control (2003) Jeena Sirf Tere Liye (2002) Om Jai Jagadish (2002) Deewaanapan (2001) Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein (2001) Mujhe Kucch Kehna Hai (2001) Tera Jadoo Chal Gayaa (2000) Biwi No.1 (1999) (producer) Bade Miyan Chote Miyan (1998) Hero No. 1 (1997) Coolie No. 1 (1995) andF.A.L.T.U(2011) where he introduced his

Jackky Bhagnani

Film actor Jackky Bhagnani is a Hindi film actor. He is the son of Indian producer Vashu Bhagnani. Wikipedia Born: December 25, 1984 (age 28), Kolkata Parents: Vashu Bhagnani

Jackky Bhagnani (born 25 December 1984) is a Hindi film actor. He is the son of Indian producer Vashu Bhagnani. He studied in St.Teresa’s High School and used to accompany his father on the sets of many movies. Post schooling, he chose to acquire a Degree in Commerce from H.R. College of Commerce and Economics, Mumbai.[1] Career Jackky started his film career as an assistant producer for "Out of Control" (2003), "Shaadi No. 1" (2005) and "Silsilay" (2005).[1] In 2009, he managed to sign his first film as an actor with his father Vashu Bhagnani as the producer. In preparation for his debut, he lost 60 kg in less than two years, working hard to achieve a lean look.[2] The film was titled Kal Kissne Dekha.[3] Jackky went on a road tour with Lara Dutta and Vaishali Desai to promote the film and performed in Indore at his father's "Kal Kissne Dekha Golden Nites" concerts.[4] The film managed to do well amongst the public

audiences, however was panned by critics, and did below average business at the box office. Jackky's performance as a young intellect with the ability to see the future received positive response from critics and audiences.[5] In April 2011, he starred in F.A.L.T.U. The film took place in India, and was based on the Indian educational system. F.A.L.T.U received mixed to positive response, and hit an above average verdict, which made it become Jackky's first successful film. In 2012, Jackky appeared as the main lead in Ajab Gazabb Love, opposite Nidhi Subbaiah and Arjun Rampal amongst others. The film and Bhagnani's performance received generally mixed to negative response from critics and the public. Currently, Jackky is working on Mumbai Police and Rangrezz. Filmography[edit source | editbeta] Year Title Role Notes

2009 Kal Kissne Dekha

Nihal Singh

Winner, IIFA Award [6]



2011 F.A.L.T.U


2012 Ajab Gazabb Love


2013 Rangrezz

Rishi Deshpande


Shooting Productions Next



2013 Mumbai Police


Producer Banarasi Babuas Producer Raja Babuas Producer Yaad Rakhegi Duniyaas Producer

Nikhil Advani
Director-Screenwriter Nikhil Advani

Born Nikhil Rajai Advani 28 1971 (age 42) Mumbai, India

Nahum April

Nikhil Advani (born 28 April 1971) is an Indian director and screenwriter in the Bollywood industry.

Advani was born in Mumbai. His father has a Pharmaceutical business and his mother is an advertising professional. He studied at Green Lawns High School, Breach Candy,[1] and later did his Masters in chemistry at St. Xavier's College, Mumbai.[2] Career Advani started his career as an Assistant director, with Sudhir Mishra's Is Raat Ki Subah Nahin (1996), for which he also co-wrote the screenplay.[3] Subsequently, he worked under Dharma Productions, the production house of the late Yash Johar, father of Karan Johar. He was an assistant director, and assisted Karan Johar in his first two directorial projects, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai(1998) and Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham. Advani also had an acting guest appearance in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, along with Farah Khan during the Neelam Show sequence. He went on to direct his first film under Dharma Productions, titled Kal Ho Naa Ho starring Shah Rukh Khan, Preity Zinta, Saif Ali Khan and Jaya Bachchan. The film was one of the biggest hits of 2003 and firmly established him as a director. The film won six Filmfare awards, but lost out on the best director award. Nikhil decided to make his next film without Dharma Productions. His script was ready but the film was delayed due to many of the actors dropping out the film. In October, he announced that the title of the film would be Salaam-e-Ishq: A Tribute To Love. The film has a huge star cast: Salman Khan, Priyanka Chopra, Sohail Khan, Vidya Balan, John Abraham, Akshaye Khanna, Govinda,Juhi Chawla, Anil Kapoor, Ayesha Takia, Shannon Esra and Anjana Sukhani. The film was produced by Sunil Manchanda, Mukesh Talreja and Chetan Motiwalla and released on 25 January 2007 to mixed reviews. His next film Chandni Chowk To China, starring Akshay Kumar was released on January 2009, but was a major disappointment. Even though Chandni Chowk To China has disappointed, Nikhil has announced that he will again work with the film's lead star Akshay Kumar. Patiala House is the title of this film, and it also stars actress Anushka Sharma as the female lead. Shooting began in December 2009,[4] and it was released in 2011. The movie also opened commercially in New York

He has also directed India's first stereoscopic 3D animation film, Delhi Safari, which got released in October 2012.[dated info] Post the release of Patiala House in 2011, Nikhil Advani has partnered with Monisha Advani and Madhu Bhojwani to form Emmay Entertainment a motion picture production company. Emmay Entertainment is currently in production for D-Day (2013 movie), a film being directed by Nikhil and in association with DAR Motion Pictures, which is slated to release in mid-2013. Filmography Director
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Kal Ho Naa Ho (2003) Salaam-e-Ishq: A Tribute To Love (2007) Chandni Chowk To China (2008) Patiala House (2011) Delhi Safari (2012) D-Day (2013)

Associate Director
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Is Raat Ki Subah Nahin (1996) Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998) Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham (2001) Mohabbatein

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Is Raat Ki Subah Nahin (1996) Salaam-e-Ishq: A Tribute To Love (2007) Patiala House (2011) Delhi Safari (2012) D-Day (2013)

Sapna Bhavnani
Actor/ Hair stylist Sapna Bhavnani (born January 5, 1971) is a Mumbai, India based celebrity hairstylist. She is also known for her contribution to the field of fashion, writing, photography, entertainment and reality television. Early life Sapna was born on January 5, 1971 in Mumbai, India in a Sindhi family. She was raised in Bandra, Mumbai, from where she completed her high school. She used to get excellent grades in school & was a brilliant student and used to act like a wild tomboy, though by the time she reached 7th grade, her attention shifted from academics and she says she then "discovered" boys in the 7th grade. She used to ride to school on a motorcycle, and often used to do pranks and escapadesAfter her father's demise, her family started facing a hard financial condition. So, Sapna decided to drop out of her college in Mumbai and move to the United States, with her Indian-American aunt helping her with the immigration to Chicago in 1989. In Chicago, Sapna initially did some odd jobs like waitressing at an Italian restaurant and enrolled herself as a student at a business school. She soon became a party girl and started doing drugs. She did a double majors in Marketing and Communication and a minor in Public Speaking from Chicago. Sapna additionally tried her hand in fashion designing. She developed an interest in hairdressing and took up this profession. She said in an interview with Tehelka magazine, "I decided that by the time I hit 30, I wanted to have a house in the hills, a Cadillac and anElvis lookalike boyfriend." She was living the American Dream in Los Angeles, California and managed to get what she wanted. Sapna has worked with celebrity clients from a range of fields like entertainment, sports, politics and business. Her clients include Priyanka Chopra, Katrina Kaif, Bipasha Basu, Hrithik Roshan,Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Virat Kohli, John Abraham, Siddharth Mallya, Mandira Bedi, Dino Morea and Gauri Khan. In 2011, she worked with the actor Ranveer Singh, giving his hair a complete makeover for his different looks in the film Ladies vs Ricky Bahl

Music Videos In an attempt diversify her business portfolio, Sapna set up a production company called Mad-O-Wot Productions in June 2010. The company was established with the objective to promote creative talent and aimed at making music videos, commercials and short films. Sapna told that she wants be become a director at some stage. In July 2010, Sapna worked on Project Unite, that attempted to re-record the Indian national anthem with a music video featuring common Indian people on the streets. Sapna was one of the nine people who gave vocals to the track, that also featured Raghu Ram, Sugandha Garg and Avani Shah among others from the field of entertainment and hairstyling industry. The video was released on August 15, 2010, India's Independence Day. Sapna said, "It's a baby step for a (patriotic) change." In October 2010, her production house released a music video called raat, with a Mumbai based band named Airport. Sapna also acted in that video. Sapna acted in a 2006 hit Hindi film Pyaar Ke Side Effects, though her performance failed to create any hype.[34] In August 2008, her next film Ugly Aur Pagli was released, in which Sapna did acameo role. Sapna commented in an interview after the trail release of the film, "I've got so many calls and messages, it's crazy. My friends in the press who went for the trial show said, 'Sapna, you have to watch yourself. You are so funny.'"[35] Films Year Film Role


Pyaar Ke Effects



2008 Ugly Aur Pagli Reality television

Guest appearance

She participated in an Indian celebrity reality TV show, Bigg Boss Season 6 on the TV channel Colors, that went on air in October 2012. Sapna

developed some differences with the host of the show, Salman Khan and maintained a low profile whenever Salman made appearance on the show to talk to house-mates. Sapna was nominated for eviction for a total of eight times during her stay in the house. She was saved by the public vote seven times. Year Show Standing

2012 Bigg Boss 6

7th Place Evicted Day 90

Mohan Dayaram Bhavnani (1903-62)
Producer Hindi director born in Hyderabad, Sind. Studied at College of Technology, Manchester (1921-4), then studied film-making in Germany at UFA (1924). Contracted to Kohinoor (1925- 6) where his Sulochana? films were the earliest efforts in the Indian cinema to create a Hollywood-type movie star, e.g. Cinema Ni Rani where she plays a famous actress with whom the painter hero falls in love, or Wildcat of Bombay where she played multiple roles. Joined Imperial(1927-9), where he made Khwab-e-Hasti, adapted from the novel Dreamland (later also adapted by N. Taurog’s Strike me Pink, 1936). Scripted by A.S. Desai, this film is not to be confused with Kashmiri?’s play of the same title. Vasantsena was the first Kannada intertitled film. Became independent producer with Indian Art Prod. (1931 2). Returned to Germany to study sound film technique. Started Ajanta Cinetone (1933-4) and his own Bhavnani Prod. (1935-48). Sound d but was a flop, but it introduced Dur ga Khote. Hired Premchand to script Mazdoor, representing the author’s only direct encounter with film, following it with the unemployment melodrama Jagran. Produced and directed the first fulllength colour film shot on 16mm Kodachrome and blown up to 35mm, Ajit. Joined Films Division and became its first Chief Producer (1948-55). In 1958 Bhavnani followed up an invitation from Zhou En-Lai to make a documentary on China and travelled extensively throughout the country shooting with cameramen Kishore Rege and S.K. Kulkarni. His wife Enakshi Rama Rao,

who acted in Vasantsena, had earlier played the lead in Shiraz (1928) and became a noted dancer and author of the book The Dance of India (1965). FILMOGRAPHY: 1925: Cinema Ni Rani; Matri Prem; Veer Bala; Seth Sagalsha; 1 9 2 6 : Pagal Premi; Diwan Bhamasha; Mena Kumari; Ra Kawat; Samrat Shiladitya; Bhamto Bhoot; 1 9 2 7 : Naseeb Ni Lili; Daya Ni Devi; Trust Your Wife; Wildcat of Bombay; Gamdeni Gori; 1929: Hawai Swar; Khwab-e- Hasti; Mysore, Gem City of India (Doc); Khedda (Doc); 1 9 3 0 : Vasantsena (all St); 1 9 3 1 : Shakuntala; Farebi Jaal; Lafanga Langoor (Sh); 1 932: Veer Kunal; 1 933: Afzal; Rangila Rajput; 1 9 3 4 : Dard-e-Dil; Mazdoor; Sair-e-Paristan; 1935: Jung Bahadur; Navjeevan; Shadi Ki Raat; 1936: Dilawar; Garib Parwar; Jagran; Wrestling (Doc); 1 9 3 7 : Zambo the Ape Man; 1 9 3 8 : Double Cross; Himalay Ki Beti; Yangrilla; 1 9 3 9 : Zambo Ka Beta; 1940: Jhoothi Sharm; PremNagar?; 1945: Biswi Sadi; 1 946: Rang Bhoomi; 1 948: Ajit; 1 9 4 9 : Vale of Kashmir (Doc); 1 9 5 0 : The Private Life of a Silkworm (Doc); 1 9 5 1 : Lest We Forget (Doc); 1 9 5 2 : Kumaon Hills (Doc); 1 9 5 3 : Folk Dances of India (Doc); Republic Day Record (Doc); 1 9 5 5 : Republic Day 1955 (Doc); 1 956: Operation Khedda (Doc); 1 957: The Himalayan Tapestry (Doc).

Ram Mirchandani - producer
Vicky Donor (2012),Lakshya (2004),Fashion (2008),Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye! (2008) Filmography Producer (15 credits) 2013-Shootout at Wadala (associate producer) 2013-/IDavid (producer) 2012-Vicky Donor (co-producer) 2011-Desi Boyz (producer) 2011-Chalo Dilli (co-producer) 2010-Chance Pe Dance (associate producer) 2009-ExTerminators (associate producer) 2008-Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye! (associate producer) 2008-Fashion (associate producer) 2008-Welcome to Sajjanpur (associate producer) 2008-Aamir (associate producer) 2007-Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal (associate producer)

2005-The Blue Umbrella (associate producer) 2005-Main, Meri Patni... Aur Woh! (associate producer) 2004-Lakshya (executive producer: UTV)

Vijaykumar Mirchandani
Linked under Directors in China - Shanghai. Freelancer - Award Winning Documentary Film Maker, 17 years of experience in TV/media biz (direction, programming, production, mktg) Credits: Where The Streets Have No Name (DO), What Counts (SH), They Are No Less (DO). Address: Room 404, Bldg 26, 883, Shui Cheng Road, Chang Ning District, Shanghai, China Awards / Achievements Won 12 International Film Festival Awards & received 29 International Film Festival selections for feature documentary “Where The Streets Have No Name” CRC Multi-Cultural Marketing Award for Small Business (Sydney, Australia) Winner of Silver Award in PromaxBDA Arabia 2008 for Best Logo Design (Al Jazeera Documentary) Jury Member with Promax International Awards for ANZ, Arabia, Asia & Africa Jury Member with "Roshd", Iranian Documentary Film Festival Special Traits Over 17 years of experience in media with a thorough knowledge of all aspects – programming, production, promotion, acquisitions, directing, editing, budgeting, marketing, ATL & BTL advertising, broad casting, pay Tv & channel management Team player with excellent inter-personal, management & communication skills. Possess excellent writing skills and able to take

challenges as an opportunity to excel . Positive, Proactive, Hard working and willing to go extra miles for the success of the company

Devesh Mirchandanichoreographer

A fusion of Kathak and Contemporary performed by experts from their respective genres. This act is choreographed and Designed by Nutan Patwardha who is a Kathak Guru and runs her Avartan Academy at Lokhandwala and Devesh Mirchandani, Choreographer and a member of the Indian Film Dance Directors Association.

Deepak Advani- sindhi film actor Kartekey Talreja & Basant TalrejaProducer Zor Lagaa Ke...Haiya!

Directed by Produced by

Girish Girija Joshi Kartikeya Basant Talreja Talreja

Sunil ChainaniProducer

Hum Tum Shabana

Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Sagar Ballary Sunil Sameer chand Subhash Dawar Chainani Srivastava

Mukesh Talreja,

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Delhi Safari-2012, Kyon Ki-2005, Patiala House-2011, Salaam E Ishq: A Tribute To Love-2007, Tere Naam-2003, The One Who My Heart Longs For-2004

DJ- Akhil Talreja

DJ Akhil Talreja is very popular in India amongst crowd and DJs for his produced Bollywood remixes like Tenu Le Ke Jaana from Jai Veeru. He is well known for his spin attack in the commercial Bollywood and House genre. His music dynamically moves from swing to progressive creating havoc on the dance floor. •DJ Akhil Talreja is widely popular for his hit number “Tenu Le Ke Jaana” •DJ Akhil Talreja has remixes in 8 Bollywood movies viz. Hum Tum Shabana, Sahi Dhande Galat Bande, Be careful, De Dana Dan, Acid Factory, A Flat, Jai Veeru, C KKompany & Apartment including 3 albums and many more to come. •He is a winner of 15 War of DJs & has performed all over India, USA, Middle East & Africa to name a few. •DJ Akhil has performed along side with many personalities like Hrithik Roshan, Vishal-Shekhar, Shaan, Bappi Lahiri, Sivamani & Hard Kaur to name a few. •DJ Akhil has been featured in a reality show on Channel [V] called “Exhausted” & has been interviewed by India’s radio stations like Radio Mirchi, Radio City & Big Fm. He has been featured in leading news publications like Times of India, Hindustan Times & DNA. Tracks picked up by most desi radio channels, Remix featured on Curry Smugglers. Received great reviews for LokPal Remix ft. Anna Hazare ji, Khoya Khoya Chand and many more

Pravin talreja
-producer 1. 2. 3. 4. Son of sardar Kya love story hai Dil cahata hai Lakshaya

Kunal Babani
Writer/Director/ Producer

Mini Biography Indian director Kunal Babani, son of prestigious entrepreneur Moti Babani, is from a prominent area in Atlanta, GA. He graduated from Georgia State University, receiving a BA in Finance. Upon graduating, he pursued his interests in film, studying editing and directing at New York University and film production at New York Film Academy. His passion for filmmaking motivates him to take risks in his various projects which set him apart from many aspiring artists. His work clearly represents that of an upcoming and successful director, producer and writer; effectively displayed in his psychological thriller The Bride and IMPossible. His inspiration comes from the well know works of M. Night Shyamalan and David Lynch. Writer (2 credits)

2012The Bride (Short) (story) / (writer) (completed) 2011IMpossible (Short) (story) / (writer) Director (2 credits) 2012The Bride (Short) (completed) 2011IMpossible (Short) Producer (2 credits) 2012The Bride (Short) (producer) (completed) 2011IMpossible (Short) (producer)

Usha Bachani

Known For Taal (1999) Dulhan Hum Le Jayenge (2000) Raju Chacha (2000) Dahek: A Restless Mind (2007)

Actress (18 credits) 2013-I- Unforgettable Nirmala 2011-Mod Mrs. Ram Kumar 2009-Aamras: The Sweet Taste of Friendship Mrs.Chadha (as Usha)

2008-Fashion 2007-Red Swastik 2007-Life Mein Kabhie Kabhiee Sarita S. Arora 2007-Dahek: A Restless Mind Rita 2006Aatma 2005Bobby: Love and Lust 2005-Woh Rehne Waali Mehlon Ki (TV Series) Shelly 2005-Sarabhai vs Sarabhai (TV Series) Videesha

2004-Who Is in My Dream? Pramila Khanna 2003-Pyaar Kiya Nahin Jaata.. Anju (as Isja Bachani Anand) 2001-Gadar: Ek Prem Katha 2000-Raju Chacha Preeti 2000-Deewane Vishal's Sister 2000-Dulhan Hum Le Jayenge 1999T-aal Dolly Mehta (as Asha Bachani) Alternate Names: Isja Bachani Anand | Asha Bachan

sweety bachaniCostume Designer Freelance,Costume Designer Wardrobe asst 1. 7-Khoon Maaf with UTV / Vishal Bhardwaj Productions Pvt Ltd 2. Ishqiya Shemaroo Entertainments pvt ltd 3. Pan Bahar ad with Pooja Films 4. Future Generali ad Rising sun films 5. Ashok Masale ad 6. phillum city UTV crimson motions 7. Times group ad with foot candles 8. Airtel digi set top box commercial ad at foot candles

Ramesh Bachwani
Actor 8 pm murder mystery – actor

Priya Badlani
Actor Priya Badlani ; born January 27, 1986 is an Indian actress and a former model. She appears in Bollywood films. She is perhaps best known as Aanya Shroff on Zee TV's Serial Jabb Love Hua. She made her first appearance in a Coca-Cola commercial alongside Aamir Khan. She had cameos in movies like Naach (2004 film) and Silsilay before making her big break in Zee TV's Jabb Love Hua.

Akshay Badlani
Actor Movies List. Raqeeb, are Akshay Badlani Latest Movies.

Akshay Badlani has acted in total 1 movies in Hindi Cinema.

Joy Badlani
Actor/Executive Producer Joy Badlani filmography 1. Khasi Katha- A Goat Saga (2013)-UnreleasedActor 2. Khoka 420 (2013)Actor 3. Rupe Tomay Bholabo Naa (2013)Executive Producer, Actor 4. Passport (2012)Actor 5. Darling (2012)Actor 6. Ki Kore Bojhabo Tomake (2012)Actor 7. Fighter (2011)Actor

Vijay Badlani
Actor in Balaji Telefilms produced episodic for Savdhan India With the concept of episodics being explored more and more on Indian television, actors are getting an opportunity to portray diverse roles and hone their performing abilities. One such example is Vijay Badlani better known as Indresh of Star Plus’ Saraswatichandra. In the soap, he plays a comic character, but doing a flip he will be seen in a baddie avatar in an upcoming episodic produced by Balaji Telefilms for Life OK’s Savdhan India. “The actor will be seen as Murli who runs an illegal business in his BPO trade. He will be a shrewd man,” says a source. The shooting for the same will begin soon.

Jai Badlani.


Rupe Tomai Bholabo Na (2013) Cast-Soumitra Chatterjee, Koushik Sen, Shaan, Jai Badlani,Swastika

Bengali Movie Original Soundtrack

Anant Balani

Anant Balani was a Bollywood film director and screenwriter. He directed films such as Patthar Ke Phool in 1991 which starred Salman Khan and Raveena Tandon in lead roles. He also wrote the script for Insaaf: The Justice, released in 2004.Wikipedia Born: 1962, Mumbai Died: August 29, 2003, Mumbai

Anil Balani
Director Film-Rakhbeej- Director

Bhavesh Balchandani

Ek Thi Dayan- Actor Bhavesh Balchandani as Ranvijay in Veera Profile Bhavesh Balchandani as Ranvijay in Veera Bhavesh Balchandani,the Indian child artist,Television star kid. Bhavesh Balchandani started his career in Television industry as one of the contestant of India Got Talent season 1. He is a superb dancer at such a small age,his expressions are just amazing. Bhavesh then got familiar and made his way into TV industry. He did many advertisements for Tv shows and products. Bhavesh Balchandani is seen as Ranvijay in new show/serial Veera on Star Plus. Ranvijay in Veera-Bhavesh Balchandani Biography:

Actor Filmography 1. Hattrick Actor -2007 - Hattrick ( Hindi ) 2. 2006 - Jaan-E-Mann ( Hindi ) 3. 2004 - Desam ( Tamil )

Manish Balwani
Actor Main Madhuri Dixit Banna Chahti Hoon (2003)

Shibani Bathija
script writter

Shibani Bathija is an Indian screenwriter famous for her works in Bollywood films such as Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna, My Name Is Khan and Fanaa. Bathija studied English at DePauw University and Communications at San Francisco State. After a period in advertising with SONY, Bathija showed a script to Karan Johar which was then accepted by Yash Raj Films. She served as screenwriter for two 2006 releases, Fanaa[3] and Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna. Her then films includedSanjay Gadhvi's Kidnap and Karan Johar's My Name Is Khan

Adrian Bellani

Actor Adrian Bellani is a Salvadoran American actor. He is best known as the second actor to play the role of Miguel Lopez-Fitzgerald on the NBC daytime

drama, Passions. As a child, Bellani moved to his parent's home country El Salvador with his family. Wikipedia Born: April 8, 1982 (age 31), Miami, Florida, United States

Rimjhim Bhagchandani
-film production Handled the complete production of an international film project titled GOD FATHER. The film was shot in Bulgaria and U A E. GOD FATHER had a prominent star cast of Indian and Pakistani actors that include Vinod Khanna, Arbaaz Khan, Hrishita Bhatt, Preeti Jhangiani, Nafisa Ali, Shafkat Cheema, Meera, Mikal, Mehmood Akhtar and Aslam Bhatti.

Yash bhagchandani
Actor The shooting of Yash starrer upcoming Kannada film Raja Huli got over recently.

Raja Huli, a comedy-drama film has been directed by Guru Deshpande and written by SR Prabhakaran. Produced by K. Manju's home production, the film is a remake of the Tamil film Sundarapandian released last year and was produced and enacted by M Sasikumar. Along with Yash, the film stars Meghana Raj in the lead roles. Hamsalekha has scored the music forRaja Huli. Currently, Yash is experiencing a great high in his career, as two of his previous films Drama and Googly are box-office hit.

Sunny BhambaniDirector

Love Express Directors: Sunny Bhambani

Ravi L. Bharwani

Ravi L. BHARWANI graduated from the Jakarta Institute of Arts (IKJ) in 1990. He was later involved in a number of commercials, documentaries, short films and television productions, some of them in cooperation with the well-known producer Garin Nugroho. His début feature The Rainmaker travelled to numerous film festivals and received the Asia New Talent Award at the Shanghai International Film Festival in 2005. Jermal is his second feature.

Anastasha Bharwani

Actor Me in Kartaan Laga (Gerhana II by Starvision) I was playing a roll and doing lip-sync in one of video clip in Gerhana II.

Shootings 2003

Chandru Bhojwani
Model, Actor, Director

London, United Kingdom A published author, Chandru's first fiction novel, The Journey of Om was published in India in early 2010. His second book, a self-motivational venture will be released later this year by Om Books, Delhi. Chandru's short stories have been published in various anthologies in India, UK, US and China. His column in the South Asian quarterly based out of Hong Kong, Beyond Sindh has been a standard feature for over six years. Born in West Africa, Chandru was raised between Nigeria and India. He did most of his schooling in England where he obtained a Masters in International Business and Management before working in New York for three years. In 2013, Chandru pursued his passion for acting and in addition to adverts and short films, he completed two feature films entitled 'Born to be King' and 'Project Evolution'.

Corporate Cultural Concern Main Director (February 2011 - Present) SPANINDO TRADING Representative (January 2011 - Present) Dapur Teater 23761 Producer, Stage Director (May 2009 - December 2009) Jakarta Institut of the Arts Magazine Model (July 2008 - May 2009) Deddy Luthan Dance Company Director Assistant (September 2008 - November 2008)

D.G. Bhojwani
Art Director Filmography 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Art director (5 credits) 1960-Bewaqoof 1958-12 O'Clock 1955-Dev Anand in Goa (Alias Farar) 1953-Patita 1952-Ashiana

Monisha Advani, Madhu Bhojwani

D-Day-by Box Office India (July 19, 2013) Banner: DAR Motion Pictures, Emmay Entertainment, Essel Vision Producers: Arun Rangachari, Monisha Advani, Vivek Rangachari, Madhu Bhojwani Director: Nikhil Advani Cast: Rishi Kapoor, Irrfan, Arjun Rampal, Huma Qureshi, Shruti Haasan, Chandan Roy Sanyal, Nassar, Aakash Dahiya, Shriswara Music: Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy

SECOND ASTT DIRECTOR 1. Ra.One as Second Assistant Director

Knock Out as Second Assistant Director 2.

Karan Butani

Debutant director, Erstwhile assistant to National Award-winning director Tigmanshu Dhulia, has a new title for his film. It’s now calledBull Bulbul Bandook and is slated for an October 25 release. The film features Jimmy Shergill and Shriya Saran in lead roles. Two different films of different genres will clash on October 25 – Saurabh Varma’s Mickey Virus and Karan Bhutani’s Bull Bulbul Bandook. KUMAR`S ACTING SCHOOL (KUMAR BUTANI) Name : Kumar`s Acting (Kumar Butani) School Profession : Film, Dance Institutes & Music

Preeti Butani

Aspiring to reach the top: Actress Preeti Butani. South Film Industry has gained more popularity than Indian films in todays' times. "On coming to Mumbai, I got an opportunity to work in two short films with Tanuja Chandra. Working with her is no less than working in a learning institution. I got to learn a lot over there. During that time, I also did some ad films. One of them was an ad film for Nitish Builder. Later I also learn Kathak from Sitara Devi's daughter Jayanti Mala." Preeti Butani got true recognition on the big screen only after she was cast against Sharad Kapoor in the film "Jani Dushman". There was a big cast in the film, but her bold appearance and her outstanding performance made her gain tremendous recognition and applaud. Today's scenario is such that Preeti is getting many film offers and she is absolutely occupied in her acting career. Preeti has also got an opportunity to work with Rajpal Yadav in a film name "Ladies Tailor". In this she played a character named Flora. She confirmed, "After doing a number of films in Bollywood, I started getting offers from the South as well. She has done two Tamil films named 'Idu Kadal Varun Paruvam' that is directed by Kasturi Raja and the other film is with the South Super Star Arjun and the film was 'Mard Walav'. Apart from this, I am also doing two films in Kannad. "I am getting many film offers from the South today and I am accepting most of them, but that doesn't mean that I will not do Hindi films. I have recently done a Hindi film made for kids named 'King No.1'. I am also doing K Sara Production film 'Ek- the power of one'. I am doing another film with Neeraj Pathak and Girish Mishra. But yes in today's date I am doing more films in South than in Bollywood. " Preeti since you are a Punjabi, will you also do films in punjabi?, "I have never thought about it as I have not got any offer for doing a punjabi film. Given an opportunity I don't mind doing a film in my mother tongue. I am not biased to work in any language. Today apart from Hindi, I have done films in Tamil, Telegu, Kannad, Malayalam, etc. " Preeti reveals that, "Language is not at all a brarrier in the acting field. Your acting ability and talent is given more preference than the language. This is the only reason that I have been able to perform in so many languages. Though I am from the North, my knowledge in difference languages and my grasping for different languages is good making it easy for me to perform. " We have heard about the negativities one faces to grow in the film industry. Have you gone through any such troubles, " I have been fortunate enough to get associated with good people in the industry. I strongly believe that if you are good, then good happens to you always. I

have thoroughly enjoyed my career in the industry so far and I am sure that I shall enjoy the entire tenure in it.'

Chandni Buxani
Assistant Producer Current
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Student at Vancouver Film School

Past Assistant Producer at UTV Education Vancouver Film School cambridge centre of sixth form studies

Sadhana Buxani,
Documentary Photographer

Born and bred in Cotabato City, Nana Buxani studied at the Ateneo de Davao University before moving to Manila in the early 1990s. Both a documentary photographer and filmmaker, Sadhana Buxani a.k.a. Nana Buxani shoots images of grim social realities in the Philippines— child labor, women in difficult situations, children in detention, the homeless, crossfire communities, indigenous peoples, hard labor, urban poor communities, among others. Buxani has done assignments for local and international magazines such as Time Magazine (Asia Edition), the Chronicle of Philantrophy and the photographer Higher Education, Interviu Magazine (Spain), Il Venerdi ( Italy), Marie Claire, London, Newsbreak (Philippines), I Magazine (PCIJ, Philippines), ME Magazine (Philippines). She has also done work for OXFAM-UK, the International Labour Organization particularly for the International Program on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC), VSO-UK, UNICEF, Save the Children Organizations, the Women's Health and Safe Motherhood Program, under the European Union Cooperation in the Philippines, The Consuelo Algers Foundation, Amnesty International UK, Christian Aid, PHILCOCHED (an NGO working on issues of people with disabilities). Buxani, who currently shoots for Bloomberg, is noted for her collaboration with award-winning documentary filmmaker Ditsi Carolino, both as codirector and photographer. Of note areMinsan Lang Sila Bata (Children Only Once), which won the Grand Award at the 1999 New York Film and Television Festivals, the 1999 UNESCO Silver Prize, and the Grand Award Toutes Categories a the 1998 Bruxelles Internationale du Film Independent. Buxani has also assisted in the photoshoots of Magnum photographer Philip Jones Griffiths, documentary photographer Sebastiao Salgado and other foreign and international media organizations. A grantee of the Asian Cultural Council based in New York, Buxani exhibited at The Aftermath Project Auction, a group show auction for the benefit of photographers documenting the aftermath of wars) in New York in 2006. She is currently wrapping up a 100-photograph exhibit in Denmark for a Danish trade union. She gives us a peek of the exhibit in this very short OOV photo series.

Jane Chablani
Director Filmography 2007An Islamic Conscience: The Aga Khan and the Ismailis (Documentary) 2007Stealing Klimt (Documentary)

Producer Filmography on Year of Release: 1974 1974Imtihaan as Producer



REParamvir Singh, Mika Singh, Shaan, Nikhil Chandiramani | On the sets of Hindi movie 'Balwinder Singh Famous Ho Gaya' in Mysore, Karnataka

Balwinder Singh Famous Ho Gayaas Artiste

Dev Chugani

Promoter, Producer at Greenlight Entertainment (India) Pvt. Ltd. Mumbai, Maharashtra, India (Mumbai Area, India)

Executive Producer Virsaas Executive Producer


Entrepreneur, Producer at Greenlight Entertainment (India) Pvt. Ltd. General Manager - Entertainment Business at Hungama General Manager, Sales at IMG Brand Manager at Times Music

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Roma Chugani

2013New Girl (TV Series) Ankita - Bachelorette Party (2013) ... Ankita 2012House M.D. (TV Series) Dr. Banerjee - Better Half (2012) ... Dr. Banerjee 2011The Velvet Mouse Show (Video short) The Velvet Mouse 2011Outsourced (TV Gupta's Mom - The Todd Couple (2011) ... Gupta's Mom (voice) 2010Dexter (TV Receptionist - In the Beginning (2010) ... Receptionist - Teenage Wasteland (2010) ... Receptionist 2008Eleventh Hour (TV Series) Elizabeth Ramesh Series) Series)

- Frozen (2008) ... Elizabeth Ramesh 2008Valentine (TV Suraya - Daddy's Home (2008) ... Suraya 2008The Meant to Be's (TV Movie) The Neighbor 2006Medium (TV Dr. Sooran - A Changed Man (2006) ... Dr. Sooran 2003Boomtown (TV Pritti - The Hole-in-the-Wall Gang (2003) ... Pritti 2003-Without a Trace (TV Series) Dr. Shrindar - Prodigy (2003) ... Dr. Shrindar 2002Firefly (TV Receiving Doctor - Ariel (2002) ... Receiving Doctor 2002V.I.P. (TV Zara - Val Cubed (2002) ... Zara (as Roma Court) 2001The Agency (TV Series) Raisa Parvin - Nocturne (2001) ... Raisa Parvin (as Roma Court) 2000-Sharing the Secret (TV Movie) Math Teacher (as Roma Court) 1998LateLine (TV Make-Up Lady Series) Series) Series) Series) Series) Series)

- Pearce's New Buddy (1998) ... Make-Up Lady (as Roma Court) 1996-Party Girl (TV Series) Sounna - Pilot (1996) ... Sounna (as Roma Court) 1996-Last Exit to Earth (TV Movie) (as Roma Court) 1995Where Evil Lies Sadako (as Roma Court) 1994State of Emergency (TV Movie) Nurse (as Roma Court)

Nikhil Advani


Nikhil Rajai Nahum Advani 28 April 1971 (age 42) Mumbai, India


Film director, screenwriter

Nikhil Advani (born 28 April 1971) is an Indian director and screenwriter in the Bollywood industry.

Early life and background Advani was born in Mumbai. His father has a Pharmaceutical business and his mother is an advertising professional. His father is Sindhi and mother Maharashtrian. He studied at Green Lawns High School, Breach Candy, and later did his Masters in chemistry at St. Xavier's College, Mumbai. Career Advani started his career as an Assistant director, with Sudhir Mishra's Is Raat Ki Subah Nahin (1996), for which he also co-wrote the screenplay.[3] Subsequently, he worked under Dharma Productions, the production house of the late Yash Johar, father of Karan Johar. He was an assistant director, and assisted Karan Johar in his first two directorial projects, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998) and Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham. Advani also had an acting guest appearance in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, along with Farah Khan during the Neelam Show sequence. He went on to direct his first film under Dharma Productions, titled Kal Ho Naa Ho starring Shah Rukh Khan, Preity Zinta, Saif Ali Khan and Jaya Bachchan. The film was one of the biggest hits of 2003 and firmly established him as a director. The film won six Filmfare awards, but lost out on the best director award. Nikhil decided to make his next film without Dharma Productions. His script was ready but the film was delayed due to many of the actors dropping out the film. In October, he announced that the title of the film would be Salaam-e-Ishq: A Tribute To Love. The film has a huge star cast:Salman Khan, Priyanka Chopra, Sohail Khan, Vidya Balan, John Abraham, Akshaye Khanna, Govinda, Juhi Chawla, Anil Kapoor, Ayesha Takia, Shannon Esra and Anjana Sukhani. The film was produced by Sunil Manchanda, Mukesh Talreja and Chetan Motiwalla and released on 25 January 2007 to mixed reviews. His next film Chandni Chowk To China, starring Akshay Kumar was released on January 2009, but was a major disappointment. Even though Chandni Chowk To China has disappointed, Nikhil has announced that he will again work with the film's lead star Akshay Kumar. Patiala House is the title of this

film, and it also stars actress Anushka Sharma as the female lead. Shooting began in December 2009, and it was released in 2011. The movie also opened commercially in New York He has also directed India's first stereoscopic 3D animation film, Delhi Safari, which got released in October 2012 Post the release of Patiala House in 2011, Nikhil Advani has partnered with Monisha Advani and Madhu Bhojwani to form Emmay Entertainment a motion picture production company. Emmay Entertainment is currently in production for D-Day (2013 movie), a film being directed by Nikhil and in association with DAR Motion Pictures, which is slated to release in mid-2013. Filmography Director
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Kal Ho Naa Ho (2003) Salaam-e-Ishq: A Tribute To Love (2007) Chandni Chowk To China (2008) Patiala House (2011) Delhi Safari (2012) D-Day (2013)

Associate Director
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Is Raat Ki Subah Nahin (1996) Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998) Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham (2001) Mohabbatein

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Is Raat Ki Subah Nahin (1996) Salaam-e-Ishq: A Tribute To Love (2007) Patiala House (2011) Delhi Safari (2012) D-Day (2013)

Pankaj Advani
Film Director, Screenwriter, Film Editor, Theatre Director,Photographer, Painter Pankaj Advani (Director)

Pankaj Advani Born August Lucknow, India. Died November 2010 (aged 45) Mumbai, India. 11, 1, Uttar 1965 Pradesh,

Occupation Film Director, Screenwriter, Film Editor, Theatre Director,Photographer, Painter Pankaj Advani (August 1, 1965 – November 11, 2010) was an Indian Film Director, Film Editor, Screenplay Writer, Photographer, Theater Director, and Painter, most known as co-writer of Shah Rukh Khan starrer, Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa (1993) and director of Hindi dark comedy, Sankat City (2009). Early life and education

Pankaj was born in Lucknow and grew up in the small town of Veraval in the Saurashtra region of Gujarat state. Even as a young boy he was drawn to the magical world of cinema and as a first step wrote, acted, and directed for his school plays. He obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in painting from the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda . At the Faculty of Fine Arts, he specialized in photography and built up a portfolio of photographs. While in Baroda he participated in playwright and film-maker, Habib Tanvir's workshop. He wrote and directed black comedies under his supervision (‘Andher Nagari’ and others) that participated in college festivals. He then went on to do his Diploma in Editing at the Film and Television Institute of India-Pune, receiving a merit scholarship for his academic excellence. Career After graduating from FTII-Pune, Pankaj returned to Baroda and put up a theatrical production of his black comedy 'Kataria Gul Hui Gawa'. Pankaj's next attempt was a short film 'Highway’ (19-minute video film shot in Baroda about a woman who asks for a lift from a stranger in a car on a deserted highway) which has participated in the South Asian Short Film Festival in Colombo and also the International Short and Independent Film Festival-Dhaka. Pankaj was the co-writer of Kundan Shah’s 1993 Shahrukh Khan-Suchitra Krishnamurthy starrer Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa which went on to bag the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Movie. Also a script for an unreleased film Loveria starring Saif Ali Khan and Karisma Kapoor was written during this period. His first big break in films came when he won a script competition held by Children’s Film Society of India (CFSI) for his film ‘Sunday’. He shot the film in his home town in Saurashtra, Gujarat. ‘Sunday’ won the National Film Award for the Best Short Fiction Film (Director and Producer CSFI) in 1994 at the 41st National Film Festival.[5] This film also won the National Award for the Best Music Director. It was shown in the Indian Panorama Section of the 25th International Film Festival of India, Calcutta; the Asian Panorama section of 8th International Children's Film Festival, Udaipur [6] and has also

participated in various other festivals including Cairo International Children's Film Festival and 11TH Annual Chicago International Children's Film Festival.[7] The same year Pankaj also won an award for his script 'Shadow Boxer' at NFDC but he was unable to get the film into production. Pankaj faced many hurdles in garnering funds for his unconventional films but continued to work even with low budgets. He forayed into TV when Shashanka Ghosh, the then head of Channel [V], who, impressed with his film ‘Sunday’ and ‘quirky’ ideas created a tiny space for him in the channel for experimentation, starting off with the promo - the dark 'Anarkali Petticoat Show' which got a special mention at the Promax Awards and subsequent shows like Toofan TV and Bheja Fry. His long association with Channel [V] provided him with a platform to showcase his creative ideas albeit on very low budgets. In 2000 Pankaj received a ‘13 lakhs - 13 days no-holds barred on creative aspect’ offer from Digital Talkies which he grabbed and gave birth to the now iconoclastic, underground, cult classic Urf Professor. This black comedy got the Best Film Award at the International Digital Film Festival India and, best editing at KaraFilm Fest. (Pakistan). Also screened at Dahlonega Film Festival; Philippines Digital Film; and participated in Inscreen International Film Festival- July 2006. With support of Mr. Shekhar Kapur (guest of honor at International Digital Film Festival of India); Pankaj, Roger Savage (Sound Engineer - Moulin Rouge), and Jill Billcock (Editor - Moulin Rouge) collaborated at 'Sound Firm' - Australia to make a version more suited for an English speaking audience, however the effort came to a naught. This film could not get certification from the Censor Board in India for its explicit content. Pankaj’s only film to be released commercially in theatres was, his Sankat City presented by Moser-Baer in July 2009. Bollywood too gave its approval and this poorly publicized film got due credit with nominations in half-adozen categories coming its way at the Nokia 16th Star Screen Awards 2010, Max Stardust Awards 2010, and 55th Filmfare Awards.
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2010: Honorable Member of Animation Jury International Children’s Film Festival in 2010.[15]





Career Graph[edit source FEATURE FILMS


Sankat City

Director, Writer



Consulting Editor


Cape Karma

Director, Writer


Urf Professor

Director, Editor, Writer, and Associate Producer



Director, Editor, Writer, and Executive Producer


Kabhi Haan Kabhi Co-writer. (Story and Screenplay) Naa






Highway Director,Writer, Producer



Bheja Fry- Channel [V]

Director, Writer


Toofan TV-Channel [V]

Director, Writer


Aan Ban & Break Ke Baad[Zee Cinema](film Director, based shows) Editor



Photo studio [BiTV]

Director, Writer



V.K.Krishnamenon By G.Aravindan Editor



Kal Ki Haseen Mulaquat Director


1989 Death

Kataria Gul Hui Gawa Director, Writer, Producer

On November 11, 2010, Pankaj Advani died of sudden cardiac arrest in Mumbai, India aged 45.

Neeta Agnani
Media cordinator Current
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Owner at TRINETRI Spiritual Counselor- Angel Therapist, Crystal Therapist, Medium, IETat TRINETRI PR Consultant at Affascinare (Sole Proprietorship) Media Cordinator at Mumbai Se Fashion Store Media Cordinator for Film Stars at Dubai International Film Festival

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Rishi Agnani


The Sorcerer'sBackground Apprentice Artist (2010) "The Return"Supporting (Vapsi) - FilmCharacter by Mehreen Jabbar Television TITLE ROLE POSITION Mehreen Jabbar



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Vijay Aidasani

Filmography Actor (4 credits) 2001C.A.T.S (TV Series) 1994Zid 1994The Zee Horror Show (TV Series) - Karz (1994) 1990-Police Public Shyamsunder Swarup

Amit Aidasani
Visual Effects


Visual effects (15 credits) 2009Aliens in the Attic (educator) 2009Land of the Lost (educator) 2009Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian (production and technical support: Rhythm & Hues Studios) 2008The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (educator) 2008The Incredible Hulk (educator) 2007Alvin and the Chipmunks (educator) 2007The Golden Compass (education and training: Rhythm & Hues) / (matchmover: Rhythm & Hues) 2007The Kingdom (matchmove lead) 2007Evan Studios) Almighty (matchmove technical director: Rhythm & Hues

2006Night at the Museum (matchmover: Rhythm & Hues) 2006Charlotte's Web (match move technical director) 2006Garfield 2 (matchmover: Rhythm & Hues Studios) 2005The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Wardrobe (matchmove technical director - uncredited) 2005The Skeleton Key (match mover - uncredited) 2004Garfield (matchmover - uncredited) Witch and the

Composing / Editor Work Experience 1. Created a Corporate Movie as Freelance for Ed-Terra, Delhi as 3d & 2d Match Mover, Compositor and Editor.

2. Work as freelancer in G2 RAMS, Division of GREY as Compositorfor the launching of Car AUDI A8. 3. Worked with Pixion Mumbai as CG Artist from June 2010 to December 2010. 4. Worked with Pixion Delhi as a CG Artist from January 2011 to July 2011. 5. Created an Interactive AV for airport Authority of India as a freelance work. 5. Currently Working with Edterra Edventures Pvt ltd as a Creative Head. ACHIEVEMENTS 1. First Runner up Award in VFX WAR 2008 for the movie ”Alone in the Dark”. I did Compositing and Editing. 2. Won the First Runnerup Award for the Movie “COGNITO” in of the most Prestigious Indian Animation Industry Award “24fps Awards 2009”. My profile includedCompositing, 2d and 3d Match Moving and Editing. 3. Got Third Prize in INTER-SCHOOL COMPETITION forACTING in PLAY. 4. Particiapted in PROCOM QUIZ CONTEST and i got B grade (78 out of 100).

Deepa Alimchandani
Assistant Director

Filmography Second Unit Director or Assistant Director (7 credits) 2013/IIThe Letters (second assistant director: India) (completed) 2014Bang Bang (second assistant director) (in production) 2012Agent Vinod (second assistant director) 2010/IIEncounter (Short) (associate director) 2008Hijack (second assistant director) 2008Woodstock Villa (assistant director) 2007Dus Kahaniyaan (assistant director)

Film Editing Broadcast Med January 2000 – Present (13 years 9 months) Mumbai Area, India Before completing MBA I have worked behind the camera by being Involved in post production activities of Film editing .... Besides have also featured in front of the camera as a model

Supriya Ambwani

Filmography Supriya Ambwani has worked in the movie Amal (2004). She played the character of "Beggar Girl" in this movie.

Ram Daryani & K.S.Daryani
Producer/ Director

Tarana Directed by Ram Daryani

Produced by K. S. Daryani Written by K. S. Daryani (screenplay) Dwarka Khosla (story)

D. N. Madhok (dialogue)

Tarana is a 1951 Hindi movie produced and written by K S Daryani and directed by Ram Daryani. The film stars Dilip Kumar, Madhubala, Shyama and Jeevan. The film's music is by Anil Biswas

RAM DARYANI FILMOGRAPHY Chand Mere Ajaas Director Majboorias Director Pehli Shadias Director Taranaas Director Bhai Bahenas Director Bholias Director Maa Ka Pyaras Director Ghar Ki Izzatas Director Doosri Shadias Director Shravan Kumaras Director

Deepak Daryani

Deepak Daryani in Naana is desh Laado

Deepak Daryani as Dinesh Khanna in Adalat

Deepak Daryani in Maryada


2009-Acceptance (TV Movie) Maya 2009-Anatomy of Hope (TV Movie) Dr. Shanti Tagore 2008-The Cheetah Girls: One World (TV Movie) Gita 2004-Tum: A Dangerous Obsession Preeti (as Dipti Daryanani) 2002-Yeh Kya Ho Raha Hai? Priti

Rocky Daswani
Producer & Founder

Rakesh (Rocky) Daswani is the name who has taken chhattisgarh film industry to new heights, a businessman turned producer who has produced greatest movies of Chhattisgarh Cinema. Born in Raipur, Chhattisgarh he started his career as an entrepreneur; and with vision and hard work he became a successful businessman. Rocky Daswani is a notable movie producer originally from Raipur. Most of the films that he has produced are primarily focused on entertainment and social awareness. He is proficient in the different aspects of the film production process but his love for film making made him different from the other producers . He certainly is successful in his craft because he was able to produce silver jubilee hit films to his credit. Mr Daswani has an excellent eye for quality screenplays and is an expert in the process of film-making. Most of his works evolve but are not limited to entertainment movies that gives its viewer a reason to smile and feel entertained. Among his distinguished productions are two hits viz. "Mayaa" and "Toora Rickshawwala". Shubh Film under his vision, produces innovative and quality films through an efficient film making process, by integrating content production, distribution, tie-ups for marketing and promotions, broadcasting and music rights. Its deep understanding of the local audience, their choices and markets has led to producing and partnering meaningful and commercially rewarding movies. In simple words, Mr. Rocky Daswani is truly a visionary. We see it not only to his exemplified work of art in his movies but also with his contributions in the development of the chhattisgarh at large.

Rahoul Daswani
Camera/Editor/ Director Rahoul Daswani's Overview Current
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Untitled Project - Camera, Scenes atRajkumar Hirani Films Proprietor at Sagittarian Films






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"Ferrari Ki Sawaari" - Camera, Edit & Direction: Behind The Scenes atVinod Chopra Films "Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol" - Production Assistant at India Take One Productions "Life of Pi" - Production Assistant at India Take One Productions see all

Director Director: Rishi Daswani & Iván López Spain, 2012, 4min DVCPro (shooting) Festival Year: 2013 Category: Short Narrative

Astt Director Mausam as Assistant Director

Sunil Khemchandani
Distributor Owner, Radical Enterprises Bengaluru Area, India

Entertainment Current
 Partner at Radical Enterprises Sunil Khemchandani's Summary

Partner at Radical Enterprises. We license and distribute home video and music content in the Indian subcontinent. Our aim is to produce and market quality entertainment and educational products that bring value to people’s lives. Our experience in the music and movie industry is of over 15 years. Having distributed for various national and international labels, we started our home video label in 2009. In a short span have established licensing agreements with leading production houses in the US, Canada, UK & India. We have licensed and marketed popular brands like Baby Genius, Pocoyo, Sid, the Science Kid, Dinosaur Train and Babar.

Cheryl Chotrani
Global Media Professional Washington D.C. Metro Area Broadcast Media Cheryl Chotrani's Overview Current

Global Brand Development & Syfy Ventures, Universal Networks International at NBC Universal

Past Director of Special Projects at MTV Networks International Principal Consultant at Tecom Investments Senior Consultant at Tecom Investments Cheryl came to NBC Universal from MTV Networks International where she was the Director of Special Projects for the Emerging Markets team in London, which overseas the operations of the company’s television networks and related businesses in Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, Africa and India. In this role, she was responsible for overseeing the strategic analysis and execution of key department-wide initiatives, including new channel launches and process optimization projects.
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Prior to her role at MTV Networks International, Cheryl had a successful career in Dubai, UAE as a media consultant for Tecom Investments, the private investment arm of the Dubai government. She was responsible for overseeing strategy and business development for Arab Media Group (AMG), a media conglomerate fully owned by Tecom Investments with operations in radio broadcasting, television broadcasting, newspaper publishing, printing and distribution, digital media, outdoor advertising and event management. While at Tecom, Cheryl evaluated and negotiated a number of investments and strategic partnerships, including a licensing agreement with MTV Networks and a partnership with Virgin Media for the launch of a Virgin branded radio station in Dubai. In August 2007, she took on the role of Principal Consultant – Media and managed a team of 6 people overseeing strategy, research and performance measurement for all of the mediarelated entities of Tecom Investments, including AMG as well as their media industry real estate parks, a media services conglomerate and the Dubai International Film Festival.

Susheel Gajwani
Filmmaker,actor Susheel Gajwani's Overview Current
 Filmmaker,actor at Million Dollar Confidence Foundation I am working on a script and we start shooting for the feature film in December 2010 and complete the film by March 2011. I have made feature films in Marathi and a few television serials. Now, we are casting for the feature film to be made in Marathi and Hindi. We also conduct corporate training workshops for corporate houses

‘raj gajwani’
Video production Paridym Pictures acquires SilverDock’s video production business SilverDock CEO Raj Gajwani says, “With this acquisition, we are combining Paridym Pictures’s broad capabilities in creative branding, internet marketing, and video production with SilverDock’s specialized expertise in high volume product videos. Together, we have a compelling and comprehensive product line to serve even more of our clients’ needs.” Forget trying to sell products using a catalog using boring still-photography. Have your target audience connect personally with your products while showing their versatility with ecommerce videos! See why videos like this one below, which we can easily produce from ourstudio space, are revolutionizing marketing campaigns and merchandising everywhere!

Amit Gajwani
Costume Designer | Costume Department      

2010The Last Moments of Leopoldo Berenguer (Short) 2009Coney Island Baby (Short) 2009Abracadabra (Short) Costume and Wardrobe Department (2 credits) 2010Octo (Short) (wardrobe) 2010The Last Moments of Leopoldo Berenguer (Short) (wardrobe)

Sunil GulaniProducer -Mr. Money The shoot of the second song of Idea International’sMr. Money concluded recently. Produced by Sunil Gulani and Anand Gupta, and directed by Rikshhit Matta, the film features Krushna Abhishek, Asrani, Rajpal Yadav,

Manoj Joshi, Eva Grover, Vrajesh Hirjee, Upasna Singh, Raaj Sandhily and Lovely Naronha. Music: Sanjeev-Darshan

karishma Harjani
Costume & Fashion karishma Harjani's Overview Current
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Creative Director at Self-employed Fashion Stylist at Freelance Broadchurch at ITV Silent Witness at BBC Broadchurch at Kudos Film and Television for ITV Design Trainee Scheme at BBC How I Live Now at Film4, Cowboy Films Silent Witness at BBC Jab Tak Hai Jaan at Yash Raj Films The Hour at Kudos Film and Television for BBC Strictly Come Dancing at BBC Library Assistant at London College of Fashion Costume Designer at Kali Arc Fashion Assistant at Asiana Wedding Magazine Fashion Assistant at .Cent Magazine see less

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Archana Harjani
Admin Manager film company Archana Harjani's Overview Current

Admin Manager at Anil Kapoor Film Company

Aruna Harjani-Dialogue editor, director, dramaturge, and film/theatre journalist from Jakarta, Indonesia

Laurent Harjani
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Karishma Harjani
Costume Designer I am a stylist, costume designer, creative director, doodler, blogger, photo snapping addict and traveller. On large scale film and TV productions, I assist other costume designers materialise their creative vision. I live mostly in London, else in Barcelona with: a) shelves cluttered with fashion magazines and books b) a whole lot of Bollywood memorabilia (my lifelong obsession) and, c) trinkets from my travels that I have amassed over the years. Daydreaming about working in wardrobe/styling began when I was a finalist of a styling competition: BBC Thread's Style Search soon after graduation in 2008. Love for: textiles, fashion, world costumes,colour, photography, and storytelling drive my work.

Pinky Harwani

3 Nights 4 Days (2009) Leading Cast:-Hrishita Bhatt, Anuj Sawhney, Farid Harwani,Samir Aftab

Amiri, Pinky

Mahesh Harwani
Marketing and PR Intern at TD Garden Greater Boston Area

Marketing and PR Intern at TD Garden at Delaware North Companies

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Producer, Marketing Director at The New Majority Theatre Group's "To Thine Own Self Be True" Producer, Marketing Director at Lucid Theatre Company's "Extremities" Marketing and PR Intern at New Repertory Theatre see all

Rajkumar Harwani
PRODUCER Chukkalanti Ammayi Chakkanaina Abbayi Producer

Mangharam Harwani
Producer Film- Pyar Kare Dis ( Sindhi) About 25 years ago Mangharam Harwani, founder of the $7-billion Denmarkbased Sunico group saw a Sindhi musical programme on a VHS cassette (it was the age of VHS!) and the memory of that programme stayed with him as he built his business over the years. Financial success only sharpened that memory and Harwani yearned to do something so as to revive the fading culture of his community in some way. Films, he thought, were what lured the youth and so he decided to produce a Sindhi film – Pyar Kare Dis: Feel The Power of Love in 2007. The budget was modest, around Rs 1 crore, but the goal was to keep talent and the language alive. "I think the Sindhi culture and language is beautiful, but we are losing our identity. I'm hoping films can help people bond again and keep the language alive," says the 62year-old man who didn't bother whether the film raked in money when it was released two years ago.

Pinky Harwani
Actress Filmography 2007-Life Mein Kabhie Kabhiee

2004-Alibaba Aur 40 Chor Marjina (as Pinky Narwani) 2003-Janasheen Reema

M. Harwani
Producer-Sindhi film Sunico Films is a company set up by Mr. M. Harwani, a Denmark based Businessman. Sunico Films produces Sindhi Language Films. It is the first Production House to launch a Sindhi Film after a gap of 5 years. Sunico Films also sells online CDs and DVDs of its films. They also provide Streaming Facilities for viewing their movies online. Films Produced by Sunico Films[edit source | editbeta]

Pyar Ka Tarana - A Film made with Dev Anand Pyar Kare Dis : Feel The Power of Love (2007)

Kamal Nathani
Directors working under Sunico Films

Kamal Nathani - Pyar Kare Dis : Feel The Power of Love


Hinduja Brothers are making a comeback to the silver screen after a long break with Ashok Hinduja’s In Entertainment Co Ltd (IEL). The youngest of the four brothers plans to go the whole hog from production and distribution to funding. With a kitty of Rs. 500 crore, half equity and half debt, IEL may even get into film exhibition at a later stage ge. Ashok Hinduja’s daughter, Ambika, will spearhead one vertical, Serendipity Films, which already has one film to its credit (Being Cyrus) and is ready to roll out her second film Teen Patti starring Amitabh Bachchan and Ben Kingsley ey..

Karishma Chanrai
Producer / Director Italy
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Producer / Director at CreativePeople@Work Producer / Creative Director at Freelance Producer at The Outsider, Sobo Films, Bloomberg TV News Assistant at Associated Press/ENPS Assistant Producer at Channel News Asia Assistant Producer at Discovery Channel, infocusasia Assistant Producer at Channel News Asia Assistant Producer at National Geographic, infocusasia

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Lal Purswani
Producer Kali topi lal rumal-year 2000 released

Executive Prodcer

FILMOGRAPHY Kali topi lal rumal- Executive producer Hum Hain Dhamaal Keas Executive Producer

Saileah Purswani


Role Executive Producer

Year 2005

Three Friendstime with her

Angelina Idnanani
Actor Actor- Film Tararam pum released 2007

Rajiv Idnani
Production assistant Filmography Miscellaneous Crew (1 credit) 2011-2012-Regal Shocker (TV Series) (production assistant - 3 episodes)

- Aparador (2012) ... (production assistant) - Reunion (2011) ... (production assistant) - Kulam (2011) ... (production assistant)

Vicky Idnani
Film promotion Movies of Chintan Mokashi & Vicky Idnani Chintan Mokashi and Vicky Idnani have worked together in the following movies. The list includes all types of association of Chintan Mokashi with Vicky Idnani in movies. As of today, Chintan Mokashi and Vicky Idnani have worked jointly in 1 movies.

Insaaf (1987) Chintan Mokashi (Screenplay, Story), Vicky Idnani (Promos)


Vicky Launch



Kamal Jadhwani

Filmography Actor: 1. Karishma Kali Kaa (1990) .... Advocate Daruwala

Aarti Jadhwani


Halyo Aa Putt Actor Thiyan

Hitesh Jadhwani
Assistant director, and director from Bournemouth, United Kingdom

I studied media studies for my bachelors (major - advertising) and am currently pursuing my masters in film and television directing. I’ve made a couple of short films, both factual and fiction and have assisted a few directors in their shorts. I have closely worked on the pre-production of a feature film in India, which is currently in production. As a result of my education, I understand of the both aspects of media – the creative and the commercial. I have a good understanding of the tools requires to tell a story through images effectively. I constantly try to do something new and challenging. Hence I will be directing my first feature length film as a part of my final Masters project.

Mahesh Jadhwani
Executive Producer
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Executive Producer Jalwa (1987)Buy Line Producer Chashme Buddoor (1981)

Amish Jadhwani
Casting Director at Mystic Entertainment

Hitesh Jadhwani
Writer/Director/Producer My name is Hitesh Jadhwani. I am a graduate in Mass Media (Advertising Major) and have completed my MA in Film and TV Directing. My education has helped me in developing an understanding of creative, management & business aspects of media production. I understand the use of a message and a medium to communicate to the appropriate audience. I am passionate about storytelling, whatever be the medium – books, TV, films or advertising.

Lavina Jadhwani
Chicago-based director she is currently nominated for TimeOut Chicago‘s “Best Next Generation Stage Director” award. As a first generation South Asian American, Lavina is deeply invested in work that furthers cross cultural understanding. “The ability to look at a community from both internal and external lenses heavily influences my approach to the work. I am interested in directing plays that illuminate characters and communities who are not often found in the spotlight,” she says. “I look to create cross cultural conversations through my work — to make the unfamiliar familiar.” Lavina’s work has been seen at Rasaka Theatre Company (Artistic Director), Silk Road Rising (Artistic Associate), Apple Tree, Bailiwick, Chicago Dramatists, Oak Park Festival Theatre, Raven Theatre, Remy Bumppo, Stage Left, Victory Gardens, and others. Lavina is particularly interested in exploring canonical texts through a contemporary lens. Her favorite projects include work by Bertolt Brecht, David Henry Hwang, Rajiv Joseph, Martin McDonagh, William Shakespeare, Stephen Sondheim, and Lauren Yee. Lavina is a recipient of an SDCF Observership (Noises Off at PlayMakers Rep), an Illinois Board of Higher Education Fellowship, and multiple LMDA awards. As an educator, she has worked with Chicago Dramatists, Northlight Theatre, the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy (IMSA), Reizenstein Academy, the National High School Institute at Northwestern University (the “Cherub” program), and The Viola Project. She is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University (BFA, Scenic Design; Masters,

Arts Management) and is currently pursuing an MFA in Directing from the Theatre School at DePaul University.

Current Projects
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Twelfth Night, Oak Park Festival Theatre, July 18-August 24, 2013 Much Ado About Nothing, Rasaka Theatre Company at Victory Gardens Theater, September 19-October 13, 2013 Assassins, The Theatre School at DePaul University, November 5-10, 2013 Hamlet, Oak Park Festival Theatre, June 14-July 19, 2014

Hitesh Jadhwani
3rd Assistant Director, 2nd Assistant Director, Continuity Supervisor, Production Assistant I am a master student at Bournemouth University, studying MA Directing and a graduate in Mass Media (Advertising Major). I understand both the business and the creative aspects of media production and know how to tailor the message to connect with a specific target audience. Aimhigher with BU Production Manager/Director/Sound Recordist

Promotional Sound Recordist videos for BU’s Health and Social Care departm... Fever Dreams Director The Erroneous Writer/Director/Editor

Superkidz India

Production Manager

Multiple titles Production Assistant The Tigers 2nd Assistant Director They’re All Dead Padharo 3rd Assistant Director Mhare Des (Welcome to my home)

Divya Jagasia
Actor-Producer Filmography

Actress: 1. He Is Coerced to Look (2009) .... The Woman


Producer: 1. "The Dewarists" (producer) (10 - Masti Ki Basti (2011) TV - Sacred Science (2011) TV - No I.D. Required (2011) TV - Duur Kinara (2011) TV - Khule Da Rabb (2011) TV (5 more) episodes, 2011) episode (producer) episode (producer) episode (producer) episode (producer) episode (producer)

Kavin Jagtiani
Camera Department

Filmography Camera and Electrical Department (2 credits) 2010The Sound of Mumbai: A Musical (Documentary) (camera operator: second unit) 2009Kaminey (additional camera operator: Camera A)

Sharad Jagtiani

Filmography Hide Actor (1 credit)

2011/I-Soundtrack Mr. Kaul

Lata Jagtiani
Writer of Books on films Book By Lata Jagtiani on O.P.Nayyar

Kavin Jagtiani

Assistant Cinemotographer Assistant Cinematographer Omkara (2006)Buy Filmography Actor: 1. City of Life (2009) .... Ashok 2. The Messenger (2009/II) Miscellaneous Crew: 1. City of Life (2009) (stand-in)

Punit Jasuja
Actor Filmography Actor: 1. 27 Down (2012) .... Architect n.1 2. Flavors (2003) .... Ashok Mittal




Sparshas Presenter

Sunil Jasuja
Actor Filmography


Harish Jaswani

Actor: 1. Bombay Summer (2009) .... Chawl Board President

1. Aunty No. 1 (1998) [Actor]

Nitin Jaswani
Assistant Music Director Filmography of

Assistant Music Director Bewafa Sanam (1995)

Kamna Jethmalani
Actor Kamna Jethmalani

Kamna Jethmalani at Kung Fu Panda 2 Première Born December 1985 (age 27) 10,

Mumbai, India Occupation Years active Actress, Model 2004-present

Kamna Jethmalani is an Indian film actress. She debuted in 2005 with the Telugu film Premikulu and had her first commercial success with her third feature film Ranam. Subsequently, she played the lead role in a number of Telugu-language films, while also debuting and appearing in Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada films. She is the granddaughter of businessman late Syam Jethmalani. Her childhood pet name is "Dinky". Her mother Divya is a housewife and her father Nimesh Jethmalani is a businessman. She has two siblings- brother Kapil and sister Karishma. She was a runner-up at the Miss Mumbai contest in 2004 and also appeared in the music video of the pop song 'Chod do Aanchal Zamaana Kya Kahega' by Bombay Vikings. Career She appeared in the video of "Chodd Do Aanchal Zamaana Kyaa Kehega" by Bombay Vikings in 2004. The following year, she made her movie debut with the Telugu film Premikulu. Though that film flopped, her second film Ranam was a big hit. Her first Tamil film was Idhaya Thirudan with Jayam Ravi. She did an item number in the film Sainikudu. She has acted in Machakaaran opposite Jeevan. Since then, she has done several south Indian films, in which she performed the lead role. Filmography Year Film Role Language Notes

2005 Premikulu



2005 Idhaya Thirudan








2006 Ranam



2006 Samanyudu



2006 Sainikudu


Special song



2007 Toss


2007 Ugaadi



Dubbed into Telugu as America Alludu in 2011

2007 Machakaaran

Shivani Rajangam


Dubbed into Telugu as Dheera in 2009


Andamaina Abadham[4]



2009 King


Special Appearance song Nuvvu Ready



Bendu R.M.P


Padma Priya Telugu

2009 Rajadhi Raja


2010 Kathi Kantha Rao Ratnam







2011 Makeup Man

Malayalam Guest Appearance


Kasethan Kadavulada



2013 Action 3D




Sri Jagadguru Aadi Sankara


2013 Agraja



2013 Bhai



Actor ,Miscellanous crew and second director Miscellaneous Crew: 1. Snowpiercer (2013) (set ... aka "Snow Piercer" title) (imdb display title) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director: production assistant) International (English

1. Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (2011) (second second assistant director: second unit, Dubai) ... aka "Mi4" - International (English title) (informal title) ... aka "MiGP" - International (English title) (informal short title) ... aka "Mission Impossible 4" - International (English title)(informal title)

... aka "Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol: The IMAX Experience" USA (IMAX version) ... aka "M:i-4 - Mission: Impossible 4" - Japan (English title)(imdb display title)

Thanks: 1. Chor Machaaye Shor (2002) (thanks)

- PRODUCER - FILMOGRAPHY Inteqam ....... 2001


Sam Sugnu Jethwani
Producer Shaayad (1979)

N Jethwani
Producer Filmography

Film Name

Release Date 10 1981 Jul





1 Jan 1979 Producer

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Filmography SHYAAD-1979-Producer BANDAGI-2001-Producer

Preeti Jhangiani
Actor Actor Haseena: Smart, Sexy, Dangerous Tina (2008) (Completed) Visakha (2008) Express

Victoria No. 203: Devyani / Diamonds Are Mona Forever (2007) Yamadonga (2007) Jaane Hoga Kya Suchitra



With Luv... Anuradha Tumhaara (2006) Chaahat Ek Nasha Rashmi S. (2005) Jaitly Chehraa (2005) Dr. Reena

Ramesh Gwalani
Producer: 1. Paap Ki Aandhi (1991) (producer) 2. Insaf Ki Pukar (1987) (producer)

Ushma karnani
Actress - TV, Self - TV Actress - TV: 1. "Donna Paukku" .... Martina Koskinen (7 episodes, 20062007) - Donna Goes Digi? (2007) TV episode .... Martina Koskinen - Nurin oikein (2007) TV episode .... Martina Koskinen - Miehen tuoksu (2007) TV episode .... Martina Koskinen - Ankkapalju (2007) TV episode .... Martina Koskinen - Kuninkaan metsästys (2007) TV episode .... Martina Koskinen (2 more) Self - TV: 1. "4Pop" .... Herself (2 episodes, 2003-2004) - Gimmelin hautajaiset (2004) TV episode .... Herself

- Gimmelin hännystelijät (2003) TV episode .... Herself 2. "Hyppönen Enbuske Experience" .... Herself (1 episode, 2004) - Episode #4.6 (2004) TV episode .... Herself 3. Kaisaniemi POP 2003 (2003) (TV) (as Gimmel) .... Herself - Performer 4. "Popstars" (2002/II) TV series .... Herself - Gimmel (2002)

Rajkumar Karnani
Miscellaneous Crew: 1. Lajja (2001) (travel agent: Arunodaya Travels) ... aka "The Shame" - India (English title) (literal title)

Arnaan Karnani
Actor: 1. Somos (2006) .... Anil

Brij Ratan Karnani
Filmography Thanks: 1. Lal Kothi (1978) (acknowledgment)

Ramesh Karnani

Halyo Aa Putt Actor Thiyan

Sweta Keswani
Actress Alternate Names: Shweta Keswani | Swetta Keswani

Filmography Actress: 1. Back Up (2013/I) (post-production) .... Deepti Mathur 2. Bin Bulaye Baraati (2011) .... Rosie 3. The Memsahib (2006) .... Vinita Devi Rathod 4. Love in Nepal (2004) .... Sandhya 5. What Happened Then... !!! (2002) .... Rosa Actress - TV: 1. "Adaalat" .... Sweta Keswani (4 episodes, 2011) - Jhoota Qatil (2011) TV episode .... Sweta Keswani - Pyaar Ya Insaaf: Part 2 (2011) TV episode .... Sweta Keswani - Pyaar Ya Insaaf: Part 1 (2011) TV episode .... Sweta Keswani - Chasamdeed Gawah Tota (2011) TV episode .... Sweta Keswani 2. "Nach Baliye 3" (2007) TV mini-series .... Jodi 1 3. "C.I.D." .... Indu (1 episode, 2007) - The Case of Dangerous Lady (2007) TV episode .... Indu 4. "Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii" (2000) TV series .... Avantika Actress - video: 1. Chor Mandli (2006) (V) .... Chanda

- PRODUCTION MANAGER Uljhan ....... Friday 4th of May 2001 Aag Ka Gola ....... 1990 Aarzoo ....... Friday 19th of March 1999

Aankhen ....... 1993

Bhai Bhai ....... 1997

Hiroo Keswani
Additional Cinematography



Year 2006

Additional Cinematography

Lage Raho Munna Bhai

Khyati Keswani
Actor Deha (2013)- Unreleased... Journalist

Malika Keswani

Filmography Box Office Top 5 1. Insidious: Chapter 2 2. The Family 3. Riddick 4. Lee Daniels' The Butler 5. We're the Millers More in Television

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Emmys Highlight a Changing TV Industry Television Review: More Intrigue: ‘Hostages’ on CBS, and ‘The Blacklist’ on NBC Fall TV Preview: Old Hits Return, New Worlds Open ArtsBeat: Emmys Watch: Robert Carlock on ’30 Rock’ ArtsBeat: Why ‘Million Second Quiz’ Didn’t Work: A Multiple-Choice Answer TV Highlights

Cheetah Girls: One World (2008) Role: Art Department Coordinator

Mohan Keswani
Cameraman Film-Upkar

Shyam Keswani
Producer Producer Bhanwar (1976) producer


COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS CAST (feature film) 1. Trump Card (2010) Three college friends get millions transfered to their names, however, with many clauses thrown in. There's a killer in their midst and everyone is clueless as to why the murders are being committed.

Sheila Ramani
Actor Sheila Ramani also known as Sheila Kewalramani was an Indian film actress who was introduced into Bollywood by the Film-maker Chetan Anand. She was daughter of F. M. Kewalramani. She is famous for her role in movie Taxi Driver (1954). She was born in Sindh and was one of the few actresses from Sindh to join Indian Film Industry. She is niece of Sheikh Latif (Lachchu). Personal life She was crowned Miss Shimla in the early 50s. She was mostly seen as upper class mod girl in the roles she portrayed in many movies. Upon the request of her uncle Sheikh Latif, she played the lead in Pakistani film Anokhi (1956). Sheila went back to India and starred in more movies in

Mumbai. In the later part of her career, she was reduced to obscure films with titles that sounded like Jungle King (1959), and The Return of Superman (1960). Later on in her life she got married and moved to USA. Filmography
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Taxi Driver (1954) Teen Batti Char Raaste (1953) Naukri (1954) Mangu (1954) Meenar (1954) Railway Platform (1955) Funtoosh (1956) Anokhi (1956) Jungle King (1959) The Return of Mr. Superman (1960)


gopal khemani Filmography : As Artists (Cast) : ▪ Heroes (2008) ▪ Pranali Tradition (2008) The

Vinod Khemani
Actor vinod khemani Filmography : As Artists (Cast) : ▪ Heroes (2008) ▪ Pranali Tradition (2008) The


Actor: 1. Pranali: The Tradition (2008) .... Principal at school

Ramesh Khiani
Producer Filmography Producer:Gharwali Baharwali (1998) (co-producer)

Rishi Khiani
Miscellaneous Crew 1. (6.70) - Bluffmaster! (2005)

Hitesh Kriplani

Filmography: As Actor Phir Tauba Tauba (2008) - Hindi

Naughty Boy (2006) - Hindi

Yashish Kriplani
Actor 7 ½ Phere Director Ragini MMS (13 May 2011) Released

Shail Kriplani

Dulaara (1994)


Dil Ka Kya Kasoor costumes (1992) Naseebwaala (1992) costumes

Reena Kukreja

Director, Cinematographer, Editor, Writer Director: 1. Tied in a Knot: Narratives from Bride Seeking Regions of India(2013) 2. Best Before Date: Struggles with Childlessness & Infertility(2010) (V)

3. Delhi Bound for Work (2009) Cinematographer: 1. Tied in a Knot: Narratives from Bride Seeking Regions of India(2013) 2. Best Before Date: Struggles with Childlessness & Infertility(2010) (V) 3. Delhi Bound for Work (2009) Editor: 1. Tied in a Knot: Narratives from Bride Seeking Regions of India(2013) 2. Best Before Date: Struggles with Childlessness & Infertility(2010) (V) 3. Delhi Bound for Work (2009) Writer: 1. Tied in a Knot: Narratives from Bride Seeking Regions of India(2013) (writer)

Trilok Kukreja
Production Manager, Miscellaneous Crew Production Manager: 1. Khal Nayak (1993) (production chief) ... aka "Khal Nayak: The Villain" - USA (DVD box title) 2. Krodhi (1981) (production manager) Miscellaneous Crew: 1. Saudagar (1991) (production executive) 2. Ram Lakhan (1989) (production executive)

Raj Kukreja
Producer: 1. Apna Bana Ke Dekho (2001) (producer) 2. Cover Story (2000) (producer)

- PRODUCER - FILMOGRAPHY Ghar 2004 Grihasti .......

Pradeep Kukreja

Mrityudand (1997) ( Artiste )

Mohamn Kukreja


Mazaa Mazaa (2005)

Vivek Vaswani

Vivek Vaswani

Born Years active

Mumbai, India 1991–present

Vivek Vaswani is a Bollywood actor, writer and producer. He mostly appears in the films he produces. Career An alumnae of Campion School, Mumbai, Vivek started off with playing a minor role in the 1991 film Patthar Ke Phool, and then he focused on writing films. When Shahrukh Khan came to Mumbai as a hopeful actor, he had no place to stay. He lived with fellow actor Viveck Vaswani, who later appeared in Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman and Josh with him, and helped SRK meet directors and producers. SRK was watching Yash Chopra's Lamhe in a theatre with Viveck Vaswani when halfway through his secretary arrived to inform him that Mr Chopra was considering casting him in a movie. SRK abandoned Lamhe immediately and went to Mr Chopra's office. He did end up being cast in the movie, which was Darr. His Films As an actor, he has played minor roles in various films, starting with Patthar Ke Phool in 1991. Vivek played a character named Lovechand Kukreja in the superhit film Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman (1992), starring Shahrukh Khan. The actor also appeared in hit films like Jab Pyaar Kisise Hota Hai, Soldier, Aa Ab Laut Chalen (1999), Tera Jadoo Chal

Gayaa and Josh (2000), Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya (2005), My Name Is Anthony Gonsalves (2008) and more. and in Television famous series ""Kabhi yeh Kabhi Voh"" with "Smita Jaykar" and "dilip Joshi". Filmography As actor
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Dulha Mil Gaya ... Mr Lawyer My Name is Anthony Gonsalves Shakalaka Boom Boom 36 China Town ... The Lawyer Aashiq Banaya Apne ... Karan's Uncle Barsaat ... Mr. Vaswani Insan ... Agarwal Fida ... The Bank Employee Ishq Vishk ... Professor Hum Kisise Kum Nahin ... Doctor Josh ... Savio Tera Jadoo Chal Gayaa Aa Ab Laut Chalen ... Vaswani Jab Pyaar Kisise Hota Hai ... Suraj Dhanwa Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman ... Lovechand Soldier ... The College Principal Aashiq Awara ... Rakesh Rajpal King Uncle ... Kamal Khandaan

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As producer and writer
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Dulha Mil Gaya Dil Vil Pyar Vyar (2002) Everybody Says I'm Fine Patthar Ke Phool

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Amit Kukreja
Producer Ghar Grihasti

Karishma Lakhani

Actress - TV: 1. "Single Ladies" .... Nicole's Friend (1 episode, 2012) - Is This Love? (2012) TV episode .... Nicole's Friend 2. "Two Naked Men Making a Sandwich" .... Ms. July Hopeful (1 episode, 2012) - Ms. May (2012) TV episode .... Ms. July Hopeful 3. Game of Your Life (2011) (TV) .... Student 4. "It's Supernatural" .... Leper #2 (1 episode, 2011) - Matt Sorger: Part 2 (2011) TV episode .... Leper #2 Actress: 1. Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor (2013) (uncredited) .... Model ... aka "Tyler Perry's Temptation" - USA (informal short title) ... aka "Tyler Perry's Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor" - USA (complete title) Self: 1. Real Women/Real Sexy with Angel Maynard (2011) .... Herself (segment "Pole Waxers University")

Rashi Lakhani
Miscellaneous Crew,Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Miscellaneous Crew: 1. Hard Boiled Sweets (2012) (production coordinator) 2. Deviation (2012) (production manager) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director: 1. Jadoo (2013) (crowd assistant director)

Eka Lakhani
Costume Designer, Costume and Wardrobe Department Costume Designer: 1. One by Two (2014) (post-production) 2. Gulaab Gang (2013) (post-production) 3. Kadal (2013) 4. Urumi: The Warriors Who Wanted to Kill Vasco Da Gama(2011) ... aka "Urumi" - India (original title) Costume and Wardrobe Department: 1. Raavan (2010) (assistant costume designer) 2. Raavanan (2010) (assistant costume designer)

Raj Lakhani

lakhani Filmography : As Playback Singer : ▪ Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye! (2008)

- ASTT DIERCTOR EDITOR FILMOGRAPHY Dil Bechara Pyaar Ka Maara ....... 2004

Dil Bechara Pyaar Ka Maara ....... 2004-Astt Director

Yogesh Lakhani

Filmography Film Role Matchmove Artist Year 2006

Charlotte's Web

Ramesh U. Lakhani
Director / Producer
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Director Boy Friend (1993)Buy Producer Chupp (1997)Buy Boy Friend (1993)

Yogesh Lakhani

Smile Please

( 17 December, 2004 )


Vijay Lalwani
Director | Writer | Producer Director (1 credit) 2010Karthik Calling Karthik Writer (1 credit) 2010Karthik Calling Karthik (story, screenplay & dialogue) Producer (1 credit) 2010Karthik Calling Karthik (associate producer)

Varun Lalwani
Assistant Director | Production Manager 2014-Sonali Cable (first assistant director) (filming) 2013-Ishkq in Paris (first assistant director) 2012-Teri Meri Kahaani (first assistant director) 2011-Dum Maaro Dum (first assistant director) 2009Wake Up Sid (second assistant director) 2008Rock On!! (second second assistant director) Production manager (3 credits) 2008Kismat Konnection (assistant production manager) 2008/IRace (assistant production manager) 2007Naqaab (assistant production manager)

Vishal Lalwani
Actor Alternate Names: Master Vishal Lalwani Filmography Actor: 1. No Entry (2005) 2. Aabra Ka Daabra (2004) .... Shanu R. Singh 3. Maharaja (1998) (as Master Vishal Lalwani)

diksha lalwani
Assistant Director

▪ Shortcut Romeo (2013)

parikshit lalwani
Sound Department : ▪ Yamla Pagla Deewana 2 (2013)

varun lalwani
As Assistant Director : ▪ Sonali Cable (2014)

Parikshit Lalwani
Sound/ Sound Desinger

Film Rowdy Rathore

Role Sound/Sound Designer Sound/Sound Designer Sound/Sound Designer Sound/Sound Designer Sound/Sound Designer Sound/Sound Designer

Year 2012

Tees Maar Khan


London Dreams


Dil Bole Hadippa!






ACTOR Saathiya ....... Raghu's sister

L.K. Lalwani

Assistant Director Filmography: Assistant Director Tarana (1951) - Hindi

Prem Lalwani

Guddu (1995) Director


Guddu (1995) Director, Scriptwriter Guddu (1995) Director, Scriptwriter

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Ruchika Lalwani
Don 2 ( Script Supervisor & Continuity )

Diksha Lalwani
As a Secondary Director
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Zanjeer Satyagraha Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai Again Chennai Express Bhaag Milkha Bhaag

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Dhoom 3 Login Besharam

Parikshit Lalwani
DVDSound/Sound Designer

Rowdy Rathore London Dreams Dil Bole Hadippa! Sarkar Naina

Vijay Lalwani
ADR/Dialogue Editor, Director, Associate Producer FILM Karthik Calling Karthik (2010) Role: ADR/Dialogue Editor, Director, Associate Producer

Pravin Mahtani
Visual Effects

Filmography Visual Effects: 1. Motel (2013) (post-production) (digital compositor) 2. Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters (2013) (stereoscopic compositor) 3. R.I.P.D. (2013) (stereoscopic compositor) ... aka "Ghost Agent: R.I.P.D." - Japan (English title) (imdb display title) 4. The Wolverine (2013) (stereoscopic compositor) ... aka "Wolverine: Samurai" - Japan (English title) (imdb display title) 5. Pacific Rim (2013) (stereoscopic compositor) 6. The Conjuring (2013) (digital compositor) (uncredited) 7. Star Trek Into Darkness (2013) (stereoscopic compositor) (uncredited) ... aka "2" - USA (promotional title) 8. Iron Man 3 (2013) (stereoscopic compositor) (uncredited) ... aka "Iron Man Three" - USA (closing credits title) ... aka "Marvel Iron Man 3" - USA (promotional title) 9. G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013) (stereoscopic compositor) ... aka "G.I. Joe: Back 2 Revenge" - Japan (English title) (imdb display title) 10. Beautiful Creatures (2013) (digital composi

Manoj K. Mahtani

Producer: 1. Haunted Airplane (2009) (executive producer)

Lili Mahtani

Film Other Voices, Other Rooms


Year 1995


rajen makhijani
Filmography : As Story Writer▪ Yeh Faasley (2011) :

J. Makhijani
Filmography Actor: 1. Balidan (1927) ... aka "Sacrifice" - India (English title)

Rajendra P Makhijani
Pictures & Trailers

Yeh Faasley

- ASSISTANT DIRECTOR - FILMOGRAPHY Heer Raanjha ....... Friday 19th of June 1970

Aarti Makhijani

Actress, Model

Aarti Makhijani Filmography  Dahek: A Restless Mind (2007, Hindi)

Arjun Makhijani

Researcher JUNG AUR AMAN-Researcher

Model and actor Birthday: 01 Sep 1987 (Age 26) New Delhi Nishant Malkani is an Indian model and actor, born to a Sindhi Indian father, Deepak A Malkani. Malkani also has a sibling Lakshay Malkani. His parents and brother... Complete: Nishant Malkani Biography Filmography -Horror Story ( Hindi ) Release Date : 13 Sep 2013

Robert Malkani
Producer, Writer, Thanks Producer 1. (5.78) - Day Zero (2007) 2. (5.34) - Turning Green (2005) Next US airings: Wed. Sept. 25 4:30 PM TMC 3. (4.72) - Digital Reaper (2005)

4. (4.02) - The Steam Experiment (2009) Writer 1. (5.78) - Day Zero (2007) 2. (4.71) - Digital Reaper (2005) 3. (4.02) - The Steam Experiment (2009) Thanks 1. (5.40) - Turning Green (2005) Next US airings: Wed. Sept. 25 4:30 PM TMC

Balkrishnan Malkani
Thanks Chal Mere Bhai (2000) special thanks:


Filmography -Money Hai Toh Honey Hai ( Hindi ) Release Date : 25 Jul 2008

Babita Shivdasani
Babita Shivdasani was born in a prominent Sindhi family based in Bombay. Encouraged by the success of her cousin, Sadhana Shivdasani, in Hindi movies, Babita too decided to enter the film industry as a leading actress. Her first release was with another débutante, Rajesh Khanna, in the musical thriller "Raaz" (1967). Thereafter there was no looking back for this beautiful actress. In the mid-70s Babita did cut her acting career short when she married another movie star, Randhir Kapoor, settled down as a house-wife, and gave birth to two lovely daughters, Karishma and Kareena, who currently dominate the Indian Film Industry as it's two topmost leading ladies. Babita became a grandmother when Karishma gave birth last year to a baby.

Spouse Randhir Kapoor (6 November 1971 - present) 2 children Mother of actresses: Karisma Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor; Wife of actor Randhir Kapoor; daughter-in-law of Raj Kapoor; grand daughter-in-law of Prithviraj Kapoor ; sister-in-law of actors Rishi Kapoor, Rajiv Kapoor and actress Neetu Singh.

Tarun Mansukhani
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Director, Actor TV, Actor, Writer, Miscellaneous Crew, Thanks Second Unit Director or Assistant Director: 1. Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna (2006) (first assistant director) ... aka "Never Say Goodbye" - USA (informal English title) 2. Paheli (2005) (assistant director) 3. Kal Ho Naa Ho (2003) (first assistant director) ... aka "Tomorrow May Never Come" - USA (informal literal English title) ... aka "Tomorrow May Not Be" - USA (DVD box title) 4. Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... (2001) (chief assistant director) ... aka "Happiness & Tears" - USA (DVD box title) 5. Mohabbatein (2000) (first assistant director) ... aka "Love Stories" - Europe (English title) 6. Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998) (assistant director) 1. Koochie Koochie Hota Hai (2011) 2. Dostana (2008) ... aka "Friendship" - India (English title) (literal title) Actor - TV: 1. "Dekh Bhai Dekh" (1993) TV series .... (1993) Actor: 1. My Name Is Khan (2010) .... Al Ameen Writer: 1. Dostana 2 (????) (pre-production) (writer)

2. Dostana (2008) (first story) ... aka "Friendship" - India (English title) (literal title) Miscellaneous Crew: 1. Kal Ho Naa Ho (2003) (associate director) ... aka "Tomorrow May Never Come" - USA (informal literal English title) ... aka "Tomorrow May Not Be" - USA (DVD box title) 2. Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998) (assistant to director) Thanks: 1. Ra.One (2011) (special thanks) ... aka "Random Access One" - India (English title) (imdb display title) 2. Walkaway (2010) (special thanks) 3. Mumbai Diaries (2010) (special thanks) ... aka "Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries)" - India (original title)

Vivek Mansukhani
Actor: 1. In Othello (2003) .... Vivek / Roderigo / Lodovicio

Shar Mansukhani
Actress - TV, Producer Actress - TV: 1. Wealth Hunters (2008) (TV) .... Heir Hunter 2. Heir Hunters (2005) (TV) Producer: 1. Wealth Hunters (2008) (TV) (co-executive producer) 2. Heir Hunters (2005) (TV) (executive producer)

Bhisham Mansukhani
Actor: 1. Hear Our Voices (2011) .... Himself


Film- Chalte Chalte-


Everybody Says I`m Fine! ....... Customer in Salon Friday 26th of July 2002

Artist SixteenActress 2013 Sixteen ( Hindi )

Harish Manwani
Editor, Cinematographer, Sound Department Editor: 1. Choices (2010/II) Cinematographer: 1. Choices (2005) (V) Sound Department: 1. Choices (2005) (V) (sound editor)

Ken Manwani

Producer: 1. Hattrick (2012) (supervising producer) 2. Pulau hantu 3 (2012) (supervising producer) 3. Perempuan2 Liar (2011) (supervising producer)

Ruheene Masand
Visual Effects, Production Manager Visual Effects: 1. Oz the Great and Powerful (2013) (visual effects production manager) 2. Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away (2012) (visual effects production manager) 3. The Avengers (2012) (visual effects production manager) ... aka "Avengers Assemble" Ireland (English title) (imdb display title), UK (imdb display title) ... aka "Marvel's The Avengers" - USA (complete title) ... aka "The Avengers: An IMAX 3D Experience" International(English title) (IMAX version) ... aka "Avengers" Japan (English title) (imdb display title) 4. Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance (2011) (visual effects production manager) ... aka "Ghost Rider 2" -

Singapore (English title) (alternative title), USA (working title) ... aka "Ghost Rider 2" Japan (English title) (imdb display title) 5. Hick (2011) (vfx production manager) 6. Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) (visual effects coordinator) ... aka "Captain America" USA (working title), USA (informal short title) 7. Super 8 (2011) (visual effects coordinator) (uncredited) ... aka "Super 8: The IMAX Experience" - USA (IMAX version) 8. The Tree of Life (2011) (visual effects coordinator) 9. Thor (2011) (visual effects coordinator: Evil Eye Pictures) ... aka "The Mighty Thor" International (English title) (copyright title) ... aka "Mighty Thor" Japan (English title) (imdb display title) 10. The Other Guys (2010) (visual effects coordinator: Evil Eye Pictures) 11. Iron Man 2 (2010) (visual effects coordinator) ... aka "Iron 2 Man" USA (promotional title) ... aka "Iron Man 2: The IMAX Experience" USA (IMAX version) ... aka "Iron Man II" International (English title) (promotional title)

12. Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief (2010) (visual effects coordinator) ... aka "Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief" Singapore(English title), USA (working title) 13. Tooth Fairy (2010/I) (visual effects coordinator) 14. 2012 (2009/I) (visual effects coordinator) 15. Ninja Assassin (2009) (visual effects: Evil Eye Pictures) 16. Star Trek (2009) (visual effects coordinator) ... aka "Star Trek: The Future Begins" International (English title) (alternative title), Malaysia (English title), USA (alternative title) ... aka "Star Trek (IMAX DMR version)" Hong Kong (English title) (IMAX version) ... aka "Star Trek: The IMAX Experience" - USA (IMAX version) 17. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008) (visual effects coordinator) ... aka "Benjamin Button" International (English title) (short title), USA (working title) 18. Australia (2008) (production staff: Evil Eye Pictrures) 19. Speed Racer (2008) (visual effects coordinator) ... aka "Speed Racer: The

IMAX Experience" USA (IMAX version) 20. Rush Hour 3 (2007) (visual effects coordinator) 21. Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007) (production assistant) ... aka "P.O.T.C. 3" USA (promotional abbreviation) ... aka "Pirates 3" USA (informal short title) ... aka "Pirates of Caribbean: World End" Japan (English title) 22. Spider-Man 3 (2007) (production assistant) ... aka "Spider-Man 3: The IMAX Experience" USA (IMAX version) Production Manager:
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In Production 2010s 1. Thor: The Dark World (2013) (postproduction) (production manager) ... aka "Marvel Thor: The Dark World" USA (promotional title) ... aka "Mighty Thor: Dark World" Japan (English title) (imdb display title) 2. Oz the Great and Powerful (2013) (production manager) 3. Hick (2011) (production manager)

Helena Masand
Visual Effects: 1. Thor (2011) (effects animator: Digital Domain) ... aka "The Mighty Thor" - International (English title) (copyright title) ... aka "Mighty Thor" - Japan (English title) (imdb display title) 2. The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010) (effects animator: Image Engine) ... aka "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse - The IMAX Experience" USA (IMAX version) ... aka "Twilight 3" USA (informal title) ... aka "Twilight: Eclipse" - USA (informal title) ... aka "Eclipse: Twilight Saga" - Japan (English title) (imdb display title) 3. Merry Madagascar (2009) (TV) (character effects supervisor) 4. The Tale of Despereaux (2008) (visual effects artist) 5. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007) (lighter: Double Negative) ... aka "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix: The IMAX Experience" USA (IMAX version) ... aka "The Order of the Phoenix" - USA (short title) 6. The Reaping (2007) (animator: Double Negative) ... aka "Reaping" - Japan (English title) 7. Flyboys (2006) (digital artist) 8. United 93 (2006) (digital artist: Double Negative) 9. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005) (visual effects: Double Negative) ... aka "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire: The IMAX Experience" USA (IMAX version) ... aka "The Goblet of Fire" - USA (short title) 10. Doom (2005) (CG artist: Double Negative) 11. Pride & Prejudice (2005) (3D artist: Double Negative) 12. Kingdom of Heaven (2005) (CG artist) 13. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004) (match move technician: Framestore CFC)

... aka "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban: The IMAX Experience" - USA (IMAX version)

Serena Masand
Actress - TV: 1. "Holby City" .... Amina Conran (1 episode, 2007) - Paranoid Android (2007) TV episode .... Amina Conran 2. "Living It" .... Malini (2 episodes, 2005-2006) - Changes (2006) TV episode .... Malini - Instant Karma (2005) TV episode .... Malini

Rajeev Masand
Actor 1. The Real Shilpa Shetty (2007) (TV) .... Himself

- PRODUCER - FILMOGRAPHY Dil Bhi Tera Hum Bhi Tere ....... 1960

- ACTOR FILMOGRAPHY Pyaar Ishq Aur Mohabbat ....... Mini India Group (as Bina Masand) Wednesday 26th of September 2001

Ram Mirchandani
Producer Filmography 2013Shootout at Wadala (associate producer) 2013/IDavid (producer) 2012Vicky Donor (co-producer) 2011Desi Boyz (producer) 2011Chalo Dilli (co-producer) 2010Chance Pe Dance (associate producer) 2009ExTerminators (associate producer) 2008Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye! (associate producer) 2008Fashion (associate producer) 2008Welcome to Sajjanpur (associate producer) 2008Aamir (associate producer)

2007Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal (associate producer) 2005The Blue Umbrella (associate producer) 2005Main, Meri Patni... Aur Woh! (associate producer) 2004Lakshya (executive producer: UTV)

Bhagwan Mirchandani
Actor Actor: 1. Khwaab (2004) .... Father 2. Here Lies Lonely (1999) .... Kamil Self: 1. Naqoyqatsi (2002) .... Business Man ... aka "Naqoyqatsi: Life as War" - USA (poster title)

Kumar Mirchandani
Actor: 1. The Road from Elephant Pass (2008) ... aka "Alimankada" - Sri Lanka (original title)

PRODUCER Na-Insaafi ....... 1989

Vijaykumar Mirchandani
Director, screenwriter

Film Where the Streets Have No Name

Role Director, Screenwriter

Year 2010

Kanchan Mirchandani
Assistant Director Hope and a Sugar (2006) Little first assistant director

Sur: The Melody of assistant Life (2002) director

Harkishen R. Mirchandani
Producer As Producer Upkar (1967) - Hindi

Anita Moorjani


Self - TV: 1. "Fox and Friends" .... Herself (1 episode, 2013) ... aka "Fox and Friends First" - USA (alternative title) ... aka "Fox and Friends Weekend" - USA (weekend title) - Episode dated 22 September 2013 (2013) TV episode .... Herself 2. "The Jeff Probst Show" .... Herself (1 episode, 2013) - Journeys to the Afterlife (2013) TV episode .... Herself

Rahul Mulani
Actor, Actor - TV Actor: 1. Krishna Aur Kans (2012) (voice) .... Kaliya 2. Mr. and Mrs. Iyer (2002) .... Voice overs Actor - TV: 1. "Little Krishna" (2009) TV series .... Demons (unknown episodes)

Hitesh Mulani
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director,Miscellaneous Crew, Camera and Electrical Department

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director: 1. Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu (2012) (assistant director: post production) ... aka "E.M.A.E.T." - International (English title) (short title) 2. Aisha (2010/I) (assistant director) Miscellaneous Crew: 1. No Problem (2010) (post production supervisor) 2. Aisha (2010/I) (assistant to director) (post production supervisor) Camera and Electrical Department: 1. Chakravyuh (2012) (still photographer)

Anish H. Mulani
Producer, Visual Effects, Animation Department Producer: 1. "Bratz" (executive producer) (3 episodes, 2005-2006) - Survivor (2006) TV episode (executive producer) - Truth or Dare (2006) TV episode (executive producer) - Not So Hot for a Teacher (2005) TV episode (executive producer) 2. "Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks" (executive producer) (31 episodes, 2003-2006) (executive producer: / Crest) (6 episodes, 2003-2005) - Searching for a Shamrock (2006) TV episode (executive producer) - The Creepy Cabbages of County Galway (2005) TV episode(executive producer: / Crest) - Growing Pains (2004) TV episode (executive producer) - Father's Day (2004) TV episode (executive producer) - Waking Thor (2004) TV episode (executive

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Visual Effects:

producer) (32 more) "Pet Alien" (2005) TV series (executive producer) (unknown episodes, 2005) Kids' Ten Commandments: Toying with the Truth (2003) (V) (executive producer) Kids' Ten Commandments: The Not So Golden Calf (2003) (V) (executive producer) Kids' Ten Commandments: Stolen Jewels, Stolen Hearts (2003) (V) (executive producer) Kids' Ten Commandments: A Life and Seth Situation (2003) (V) (executive producer)

1. Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue (2010) (V) (cg head of production) 2. Space Chimps 2: Zartog Strikes Back (2010) (CG head of production) 3. Dream Big (2010) (visual effects producer) 4. Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure (2009) (CG line producer) 5. The Goldilocks and the 3 Bears Show (2008) (V) (CG line producer) 6. Unstable Fables: Tortoise vs. Hare (2008) (V) (CG line producer) 7. Tinker Bell (2008) (V) (CG line producer) ... aka "Tincker Bell" - Japan (English title) 8. Unstable Fables: 3 Pigs & a Baby (2008) (CG line producer) Animation Department: 1. An Elf's Story: The Elf on the Shelf (2011) (TV) (head of production: India) 2. "Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks" (executive producer: Crest) (1 episode, 2005) - Wish Upon a Story: Part 2 (2005) TV episode (executive producer: Crest)

Sanjay Mulani
Casting Director: 1. Oh Baby (2008) 2. My Name Is Dick (2008) ... aka "Namaku Dick" - Indonesia (original title) 3. Verses of Love (2008) ... aka "Ayat-ayat cinta" - Indonesia (original title) ... aka "The Love Verses" - Indonesia (English title) 4. Best Friend? (2008) 5. Dead Time: Kala (2007)

Vinod R. Mulani
Actor 1. (6.80) - Be-Shaque (1981)

Neeral Mulchandani
Actor: 1. After the Wedding (2006) .... Pramod, 8 ... aka "Efter brylluppet" - Denmark (original title) year

Ranjeev Mulchandani
Camera and Electrical Department, Casting Department,Actor - TV Camera and Electrical Department: 1. Being Cyrus (2005) (still photographer) 2. Lakshya (2004) (still photographer) 3. Waisa Bhi Hota Hai Part II (2003) (still photographer)

Casting Department: 1. Le cactus (2005) (casting: Goa) Actor - TV: 1. "A Mouthful of Sky" (1995) TV series .... Prithvi Raheja

Sanjeev Mulchandani
Costume Designer, Actor,Costume and Wardrobe Department Costume Designer: 1. Aagey Se Right (2009) 2. Quick Gun Murugun: Misadventures of an Indian Cowboy (2009) 3. Woodstock Villa (2008) 4. Dus Kahaniyaan (2007) 5. Om Shanti Om (2007) ... aka "O.S.O." - India (English title) (short title) 6. Neal 'N' Nikki (2005) 7. Shaadi No. 1 (2005) 8. Silsiilay (2005) 9. Main Hoon Na (2004) 10. Kiss Kis Ko (2004) 11. Uljhan (2001) 12. Chhupa Rustam: A Musical Thriller (2001) 13. Actor: 1. Om Shanti Om (2007) .... Film Villain ... aka "O.S.O." - India (English title) (short title) 2. Pyaar Mein Kabhi Kabhi... (1999) .... Stylist Costume and Wardrobe Department: Pyaar Mein Kabhi Kabhi... (1999)

Kishore Mulchandani
Visual Effects: 1. The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio (2005) (software engineer: SPI)

- PRODUCER Na-Insaafi ....... Friday 30th of June 1989

PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi ....... Friday 14th of June 1996 Sabse Bada Khiladi ....... Friday 9th of June 1995

Shonali Nagrani
Actress, Actress - TV, Self - TV Actress: 1. Dil Bole Hadippa! (2009) .... Reporter/Commentator 2. Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi (2008) ... aka "R.N.B.D.J." - India (English title) (promotional abbreviation) Actress - TV: 1. Popkorn (2006) (TV) .... Host / Anchor

G.H. Navani
Producer: 1. Ek Hi Maqsad (1988) (producer) 2. Saboot (1980) ... aka "The Evidence" - India (English title)


Deepak Navani
Thanks: 1. Surakshaa (1995) (dedicated to the memory of) (as Late Shri Deepak Navani)

Neil Navani
Miscellaneous Crew, Director, Writer Miscellaneous Crew: 1. At the End of Her Rope (2009) (crew) 2. Love, Ludlow (2005) (set production assistant) Director: 1. Tomorrow (2009/II) Writer: 1. Tomorrow (2009/II) (screenplay)

Ek hi Maksad- As production desinger

- ACTOR/PRODUCTION DESIGNER - FILMOGRAPHY Bhai Thakur ....... 2000 Ek Hi Maqsadas Production Designer

Manish Nawani
Actor Year Film Name Cast

Aakar Kaushik, Manish Shuttlecock Nawani, Alok 2012 Boys Kumar, Vijay Prateek

Govind Nihalani
Film director, film producer,screenwriter, cinematographer

Govind Nihalani Born 19 December Karachi, British India 1940 (age 72)

Occupation Film

director, film

producer,screenwriter, cinematographer Years active Awards Govind 2002 Padma Shri Nihalani (born 19 December 1940) is an Indian director, 1962 – present

cinematographer, and also a screenwriter and film producer. He has been directing Hindi films since the late seventies, and worked in the television medium. Biography Nihalani was born on 19 December 1940 in Karachi, Sindh province (now in Pakistan) and his family migrated to India during the partition of 1947. He started out as a cinematographer, graduating in cinematography from the Shree Jaya Chamrajendra polytechnic in Bangalore in 1962. He was an Assistant Cinematographer to the legendary V. K. Murthy.He was associated with all the earlier films of Shyam Benegal and with the cinematography of Richard Attenborough's Oscar-winning epic Gandhi. Nihalani and Benegal are well known for their socially relevant films. His first directorial venture was Aakrosh starring Om Puri, Naseeruddin Shah, the late Smita Patil and the late Amrish Puri. This was based on a real story which was converted into a film script by the eminent Marathi playwright Vijay Tendulkar and it made a huge impact on audiences all over India. It shared the Golden Peacock for best film at the International Film Festival of India held in New Delhi in 1981. His film Ardh Satya, based on a story by S.D. Panwalkar, is still remembered by film lovers. It changed forever the way in which Indian cinema portrayed the police and it exposed in stark detail the police-politician-criminal nexus. Come 1997, and he adapted Bengali novelist, Mahasweta Devi's acclaimed novel by the same name to Hazaar Chaurasi Ki Maa Over the years he has directed many films which are known for the manner in which they grab the viewer's attention, and his most recent work is the 2004 film Dev.

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Aakrosh (1980) - Om Puri, Naseeruddin Shah, Smita Patil, Amrish Puri. Vijeta (1982) - Kunal Kapoor, Supriya Pathak, Shashi Kapoor, Rekha, Amrish Puri, Raja Bundela. Ardh Satya (1983) - Om Puri, Naseeruddin Shah, Smita Patil, Sadashiv Amrapurkar, Amrish Puri, Shafi Inamdar. Party (1984) - Rohini Hattangadi, Manohar Singh, Vijaya Metha, Om Puri, Naseeruddin Shah. Aghaat (1985) - Om Puri, Gopi, Naseeruddin Shah, Pankaj Kapoor. Tamas (1987) - TV serial based Cinematography by V.K.Murthy. Pita (1991) Rukmavati Ki Haweli (1991) Jazeere (TV series) (1991) Drohkaal (1994) - Om Puri, Naseeruddin Shah, Mita Vashishta, Annu Kapoor, Ashish Vidyarthi. Sanshodhan (1996) Kuruthipunal (Tamil) (1996) (story) Hazaar Chaurasi Ki Maa (1997) - Jaya Bachchan, Anupam Kher, Joy Sengupta, Nandita Sen, Seema Biswas, Milind Gunaji. Thakshak (2000) - Ajay Devgan, Rahul Bose, Tabu, Amrish Puri, Govind Namdeo, Nethra Raghuraman. Deham (2001) - Joy Sengupta, Kitu Gidwani, Surekha Sikri, Aly Khan. Dev (2004) - Amitabh Bachchan, Om Puri, Fardeen Khan, Kareena Kapoor, Rati Agnihotri.[2][3] Kamlu Happy Happy- ( 3D Animated Feature Film ) Under Production on a novel by Bhisham Sahni.

Drishti (1990) - Shekar Kapoor, Dimple Kapadia, Irfan Khan.


- DIRECTOR - FILMOGRAPHY Gambler ....... Monday 8th of September 1997 Ek 1996 Tha Insaaf: The Final Justice ....... Friday 30th of May 1997 Yudh .......

Raja ....... Andha 1987

DAYAL NIHALANI - SCREENPLAY - FILMOGRAPHY Gambler ....... Monday 8th of September 1997

DAYAL NIHALANI - STORY - FILMOGRAPHY Gambler ....... Monday 8th of September 1997 Insaaf: The Final Justice ....... Friday 30th of May 1997

DAYAL NIHALANI - ASSISTANT DIRECTOR - FILMOGRAPHY Bhumika: The Role ....... Friday 11th of November 1977

DAYAL NIHALANI - CHIEF ASSISTANT DIRECTOR - FILMOGRAPHY Mandi ....... 1983 Kalyug ....... Saturday 28th of March 1981

DAYAL NIHALANI - ASSISTANT DIALOGUE - FILMOGRAPHY Nishaant ....... Saturday 6th of September 1975

Prooducer As Producer : As Artists (Cast) : ▪ Khushboo (2008) ▪ Halla Bol (2008)

Vishal Nihalani
Producer/ Director Mumbai se aaya mera dost (2003)-( Producer ) Mr. Azad (1994)-( Producer ) Aag Hi Aag (1987)-( Artiste )

Neeta Nihalani
Producer/ Actor

Paap Ki Duniya (1988)-( Producer ) Aag Hi Aag (1987)-( Artiste )

Mohnish Parwani
Visual Effects: 1. Ra.One (2011) (digital compositor: RedChillies.VFX) ... aka "Random Access One" - India (English title) (imdb display title) 2. Walkaway (2010) (bg prep/roto artist: RedChillies.VFX) 3. My Name Is Khan (2010) (bg prep/roto artist: RedChillies.VFX)

Kabeer Parwani
Actor Up with Me (2008)-Role: Actor

Deepak Perwani
Model, Actor, Fashion Designer Deepak Perwani Born 1973 Quetta, Balochistan, Pakistan

Occupation Model, Actor, Fashion Designer Years active 1994 – present

Deepak Perwani (born 1973) is a well known Pakistani fashion designer and actor. He is one of the prominent members of the Hindu Sindhi community in Pakistan. He has a brother, Naveen Perwani who is a snooker player.

Guinness world record for largest kurta

The designer has recently created the world's largest kurta.[4] The kurta, large enough to be worn by a 175-foot-tall (53 m) person, was unveiled at a public ceremony.The Guinness World Records later certified the entry based on a rigorous documentation process. The kurta weighs 800 kg, is 101 feet tall and 59 feet 3 inches wide. Each sleeve is almost 57 feet long. It took a team of 50 hardworking professional tailors a period of 30 days to make the kurta. The huge kurta is made of 800 yards of cotton blend fabric. According to Perwani, "the kurta is an intrinsic symbol of Pakistani attire, and (this garment) has successfully put it on the global map. A kurta represents the essence of what we are and defines our individuality in today's world." The world's largest designer kurta will later be used to create smaller kurtas that will be donated to children's homes run by the Edhi Foundation, a Pakistani NGO.The fashion designer Deepak Perwani is running his own boutique in Pakistan. His sign represents Power and Men’s confidence which is the most claimed statement in Men’s Designing of Deepak Perwani. The signature “Deepak Perwani” has been set himself by the fashion designer Deepak Perwani.The fashion designer Deepak Perwani not only participated in shows nationwide but also participated in the international fashion shows and showed his designs. Deepak Perwani is also the winner of the Lux and Indus Style Awards. Filmography

Kadoorat (2013-present)

Sanchi Peswani
Actress: 1. Love Kaa Taddka (2009) .... Tanya

Raja Peswani


Nitin Raghani
Actor: 1. Zinda (2006)

Gopal Raghani
Pictures & Trailers Halyo ahe put actor thiyar- Sindhi film

Sunil Raheja
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director: 1. No Entry (2005) (first assistant director) 2. Deewangee (2002) (first assistant director) 3. Tera Jadoo Chal Gayaa (2000) (assistant director)

Nikita Raheja
Costume Designer, Costume and Wardrobe Department Costume Designer: 1. 2 States (2014) (pre-production) 2. Rangrezz (2013) 3. English Vinglish (2012) 4. "Khotey Sikkey" (1 episode, 2011) - Beggar Mafia (2011) TV episode 5. "Seven" (5 episodes, 2010) -A King's Treasure (2010) TV episode - Password to Nowhere (2010) TV episode - Where Do We Go from Here? (2010) TV episode - End of a Yug (2010) TV episode - The Time Has Come (2010) TV episode

Costume and Wardrobe Department: 1. Yeh Saali Zindagi (2011) (assistant costume designer) 2. Jhoom Barabar Jhoom (2007) (assistant costume designer) ... aka "Dance Baby Dance" - India (English title) (literal title) ... aka "J.B.J." - India (English title) (promotional abbreviation)

Mishal Raheja
Actor Mishal Raheja Born Occupation Years active Mumbai, India Actor 2005 - present

Mishal Raheja, born in Mumbai, India is an Indian television actor. He made his TV debut with after completing his undergraduate studies in business management, in the United States. Career He started his career in 2005 with MTV Show Pyar Vyar and all that, then in 2007 he did Love Story with Payal Sarkar, then came Laagi Tujhse Lagan on Colors TV with Mahii Vij which is one of the best Television shows ever. Television Year Show Role Co-star Channel

2005– Pyaar Vyaar and Kush 2006 All That

Rohan Tiwari, Mamta MTV Jhaveri, Freishia India Bomanbehram

2007– Love Story 2008

Akash Sehgal

Payal Sarkar, Ajay SAB TV Chaudhary, Mohit Daga


Laagi Lagan


Dutta Patil Bhau)

Shriram Mahii Vij, Aashka Colors (Dutta Goradia, Vinay Rohrra TV


Mano Ya Na Host Mano (Season 2)




Punar Vivah - Ek Special Nayi Umeed appearance


Zee TV

Awards and nominations Pepsi MTV Youth Icons Nominated

2008 - PMYI Nominee for Party Hard Drivers

The Indian Television Academy Awards Nominated

2010 - ITA Best Actor Popular Award for Laagi Tujhse Lagan

BIG Star Entertainment Awards Nominated

2010 - BIG Star Television Actor (Male) Award for Laagi Tujhse Lagan

Lions Gold Awards Winner

2011 - Lions Gold Most Prominent Actor Award for Laagi Tujhse Lagan[

Suresh Raheja
Music Director Nidar (2006)-( Music Director ) Ek Zakhm (2006)-( Music Director

Toss- Producer 2009 - Toss ( Hindi )

G.S. Rijhwani
Thanks: 1. Damaad (1978) (film dedicated to)

Sunil Rijhwani


Suniil Sadarangani

Actor: 1. Blind (2014/I) (post-production) .... Lost Young Man 2. The Extra (2013) (post-production) .... Idiot-Bill 3. The Visitor from Planet Omicron (2013) (postproduction) .... Raj Gunderson 4. Blood Shot (2013) .... Terrorist 5. Mike Case in: The Big Kiss Off (2013) .... Tamal Dupta

6. In Transit (2012/II) .... Kunal 7. Foreignness (2012) .... Andy 8. The Ritual (2011) .... Edward 9. The Seed (2011) .... Dr. Patel 10. Belief by the Ethnic Wonders (2011) .... Harsha 11. Frost Winterhawk (2011) .... Patient 1 12. And Hell Followed with Them (2010) .... Ezekiel 13. Actor - TV: 1. "Old Dogs & New Tricks" .... Clumsy Hair Stylist (1 episode, 2013) - Mood Swings (2013) TV episode .... Clumsy Hair Stylist Producer: 1. Blind (2014/I) (post-production) (producer) 2. In Transit (2012/II) (producer) 3. Boys Life 6 (2007) (V) (executive producer) (segment "Davy and Stu") 4. Kali Ma (2007) (executive producer) 5. Davy and Stu (2006) (executive producer) 6. Septem8er Tapes (2004) (line producer) Writer: 1. Blind (2014/I) (post-production) (screenplay & story) 2. In Transit (2012/II) 3. Belief by the Ethnic Wonders (2011) (story) Miscellaneous Crew: 1. Blind (2014/I) (post-production) (story by) 2. In Transit (2012/II) (oscars submission team) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director: 1. Davy and Stu (2006) (assistant director) Self - TV: 1. "The Cher Rue Show" (2011) TV series .... Himself Septem8er Tapes (2004) .... Sunil 'Sonny'

Deepa Sadarangani
Thanks: 1. In Transit (2012/II) (very special thanks)

Yeh Raaste Hain Pyaar Friday 10th of August 2001

Ke .......

Lal Sadarangani:
Producer (1) Divine Lovers
(1997) (Producer)

Sameer Sadhwani
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director,Editorial Departme nt, Miscellaneous Crew Second Unit Director or Assistant Director: 1. Boss (2013) (completed) (first director) assistant

2. Desi Boyz (2011) (first assistant director) 3. Action Replayy (2010) (first assistant director) 4. Eat Pray Love (2010) (first assistant director: second unit, India) 5. The Cheetah Girls: One World (2008) (TV) (first assistant director) 6. Contract (2008) (first assistant director)

7. Sarkar Raj (2008) (first assistant director) 8. Hattrick (2007) (first assistant director) 9. Flying Lessons (2007) (first assistant director) ... aka "Lezioni di volo" - Italy (original title) 10. Partition (2007) (second assistant director: India) 11. The Fall (2006) (second assistant director) 12. The Memsahib (2006) (first assistant director) 13. The Curse of King Tut's Tomb (2006) (TV) (co-first assistant director) 14. Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World (2005) (second assistant director) 15. "Un ciclone in famiglia" (2005) TV mini-series (first assistant director) (unknown episodes) 16. Lakshya (2004) (third assistant director) Editorial Department: 1. Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda (2013) (postproduction) (grade) Miscellaneous Crew: 1. The Fall (2006) (production: India) (as Sameer Sadwani)

Gia Sadhwani
Visual Effects: 1. The Bourne Legacy (2012) (visual effects artist) 2. The Dark Knight Rises (2012) (visual effects artist) ... aka "T.D.K.R." - USA (informal short title) ... aka "The Dark Knight Rises: The IMAX Experience" - USA(IMAX version)

3. John Carter (2012) (crowd simulation artist: Double Negative) ... aka "John Carter of Mars" USA (closing credits title) 4. The Sorcerer's Apprentice (2010) (3d lead: Double Negative) 5. 2012 (2009/I) (visual effects artist) 6. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009) (digital effects artist) ... aka "HP and the HBP" International (English title) (informal short title) ... aka "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince: An IMAX 3D Experience" USA (IMAX version) ... aka "The Half-Blood Prince" USA (short title) 7. The Dark Knight (2008) (cg effects artist: Double Negative) ... aka "Batman: The Dark Knight" USA (informal title) ... aka "The Dark Knight: The IMAX Experience" - USA (IMAX version) 8. 10,000 BC (2008) (digital artist: Double Negative) 9. Stardust (2007) (3D artist: Double Negative) 10. The Reaping (2007) (digital artist: Double Negative) ... aka "Reaping" - Japan (English title) 11. Flyboys (2006) (effects animator) 12. Stranger Than Fiction (2006) (senior animator: Double Negative) 13. Doom (2005) (technical director: Double Negative) 14. Sahara (2005) (3D artist: Double Negative) 15. Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason (2004) (CG artist: Double Negative) 16. The Chronicles of Riddick (2004) (CG artist)

... aka "The Chronicles of Riddick: The Director's Cut" - USA(director's cut)

Trilok Sadhwani
Actor: 1. 3 Idiots (2009) .... ICE Student 4 ... aka "Three Idiots" - India (English title) (copyright title)

Natalie Sadhwani
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Actress,Producer Second Unit Director or Assistant Director: 1. 31 North 62 East (2009) (first assistant director) Actress: 1. Kill Hate Crime (2006) Producer: 1. Kill Hate Crime (2006) (co-producer)

Hiren Sadhwani

Actor Jigar (1998)... Youngest Somnath

DIRECTOR Agni Varsham ....... Agni Varsha .......

Friday 10th of September 2010

Friday 30th of August 2002

Ronica Sajnani
Actress - TV, Actress Actress - TV: 1. "Living in Your Car" .... Lana (1 episode, 2010) - Episode #1.6 (2010) TV episode .... Lana 2. "The Border" .... Medical Examiner (1 episode, 2009) - Hate Metal (2009) TV episode .... Medical Examiner 3. Betting on Love (2005) (TV) .... Deviyani 4. "Kevin Hill" .... Judge Guerra (1 episode, 2005) -A River in Egypt (2005) TV episode .... Judge Guerra 5. "Bliss" .... Auntie (1 episode, 2004) ... aka "Bliss II" - Canada (English title) (second season title) - The Arrangement (2004) TV episode .... Auntie Actress: 1. Silent Cargo (2011) .... Ramba 2. Water (2005/I) .... Kunti 3. Bollywood/Hollywood (2002) .... Ronica ... aka "Bollywood Hollywood" Canada (English title) (DVD box title) 4. The Burning Season (1993) .... Santosh Sharma 5. Masala (1992) .... Sashi

Arjun Sajnani
Director, Writer, Actor Director: 1. Agnivarsha: The Fire and the Rain (2002) ... aka "Agni Varsha" - India (original title) ... aka "The Fire and the Rain" - USA Writer: 1. Agnivarsha: The Fire and the Rain (2002) (screenplay) ... aka "Agni Varsha" - India (original title) ... aka "The Fire and the Rain" - USA Actor: 1. Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love (1996) .... Bashir

Veena Sajnani
Actress: 1. Lessons in Forgetting (2011) .... Saro 2. Dor (2006) .... Waheeda ... aka "String" - International (English title) (literal title) 3. Mango Souffle (2002) .... Mother of Kiran and Kamlesh 4. Agnivarsha: The Fire and the Rain (2002) .... Actor Manager's Wife ... aka "Agni Varsha" - India (original title) ... aka "The Fire and the Rain" - USA

5. Hanuman (1998) .... The Minister

Kumar Shahani

Kumar Shahani is a noted Indian Film director, born in Larkana, Sindh (now in Pakistan), on 7 December 1940. After the Partition of India his family shifted to the city of Bombay (now Mumbai). He received a BA (hons) from the University of Bombay in Political Science and History and studied Screenplay Writing and Advanced Direction at the Film and Television Institute of India, where he was a student of Ritwik Ghatak. He also studied under the renowned Marxist historian D. D. Kosambi. He was awarded a French Government Scholarship for further studies [1] in France, where he studied at the Institut des hautes études cinématographiques (IDHEC) and assisted Robert Bresson on Une Femme Douce. He returned to India to make his first feature film Maya Darpan in 1972 and had to wait twelve years before he received funding to make his next full length feature film, Tarang. From 1976-1978 he held a Homi Bhabha Fellowship to study the epic tradition of the Mahābhārata, Buddhist iconography, Indian classical music and the Bhakti movement. Filmography
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The Glass Pane (Diploma film, 1965) Manmad Passenger (short film, 1967) A Certain Childhood (short film, 1969) Rails for the World (short film, 1970) Object (short fim, 1971) Maya Darpan (1972) Fire in the Belly (short film, 1973)

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Our Universe (short film, 1976) Tarang (1984) Var Var Vari (short film, 1987) Khayal Gatha (1988) A Ship Aground (short film, 1989) Kasba (1990) Bhavantarana (1991) Char Adhyaya (1997) The Bamboo Flute (Birah Bharyo Ghar Aangan Kone) (2000) As the Crow Flies (2004)

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Filmfare Critics Awards - Best Film (1972, 1990, 1991) The International Film FIPRESCI Award (1990) Prince Claus Award (1998) Festival of Rotterdam -

Actor Bombay Boysas -Artiste

COSTUME DESIGNER Khiladi 786as Costume Designer Toonpur Ka Superrheroas Costume Designer Paathshaalaas Costume Designer Khallballias Costume Designer

Darlingas Costume Designer Raqeebas Costume Designer Aryanas Costume Designer Chup Chup Keas Costume Designer Doras Costume Designer Elaanas Costume Designer Garam Masalaas Costume Designer Kyon Kias Costume Designer Qayamatas Costume Designer

Piku Shahani

Visual Effects

Dhoom 2 (2006)

Anjana Sukhani
Actor Anjana Sukhani


Anjana Jaipur, India Mumbai, India Indian


Residence Nationality


Actress, Model

Anjana Sukhani is an Indian film actress and model, who predominantly appears in Bollywood films. Anjana was born to a Hindu family in Jaipur on December 10, 1978 (age 34). She did her schooling from Kamla High School, Khar, Mumbai. Academically inclined, she holds a Management Degree in International Business from UWIC NowCardiff Metropolitan University, UK. Her sister

Meena Sukhani

made her debut in the movie Bachna Ae Haseeno; she

was one of Minissha Lamba's friends. Film and modeling career Anjana Sukhani walking the ramp at Lakme Fashion Week Anjana Sukhani put her academic pursuits behind to pursue acting. During the early years of her career, she was cast in a television advertisement for Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolates with the Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan. She was also noted for her performance in the remixed Hindi music video for the song Ghar Jayegi. Even though she does not have a film industry related background, she has figured in sizeable roles like in the 2007 multi-starrer blockbuster film Salaam-e-Ishq, following which she starred in Golmaal Returns, a sequel to the 2006 hit film Golmaal. Her other releases were Jai Veeru, Jashnn and her Kannada debut film Maleyali Jotheyali alongside Ganesh and Yuvika Chaudhary. She has been cast in Tollywood actor Ravi Teja's film Don Seenu marking her entry into tollywood. Filmography Year Film Role Language Notes


Na Tum Jaano Na Hum


Hum Dum 2005 Naa Oopiri

Rutu Joshi Hindi



Sun Zarra 2006



Jaana: Let's Fall in Madhu Love Sukhani



Salaam-e-Ishq: Tribute to Love








De Taali



Golmaal Returns

Daisy Paschisia


Jai Veeru



Jashnn 2009



Maleyali Jotheyali


Nominated – Filmfare Kannada Award for Best Supporting Actress – Kannada

2010 Tum Milo Toh Sahi




Don Seenu



Allah Ke Banday



2011 Kadhal Samrajyam



Don Seenu remake


Department 2012 Maximum




Kamaal Dhamaal Malamaal



Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster Returns


Special appearanc

Tarun Tahiliani
BoomFriday 19th of September 2003


Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd. (2007)

Ramesh Sadhuram Taurani
Producer | Music Department

Filmography Jump to: Producer | Music department | Thanks | Self Producer (27 credits) 2013Phata Poster Nikhla Hero (producer) 2013Race 2 (producer) 2010Toh Baat Pakki! (producer - as Ramesh S. Taurani) 2009Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani (producer - as Ramesh S. Taurani) 2008Kismat Konnection (producer - as Ramesh S. Taurani) 2008/IRace (producer - as Ramesh S. Taurani) 2007Naqaab (producer - as Ramesh S. Taurani) 2006Dil Apna Punjabi (producer - as Kumar S. Taurani) 2004Hari Om (producer - as Ramesh Taurani) 2004Fida (producer) 2003Footpath (co-producer - as Kumar S. Taurani) 2003Ishq Vishk (producer - as Ramesh S. Taurani) 2003Dil Ka Rishta (co-producer - as Kumar S. Taurani) 2002Dil Hai Tumhaara (producer) 2002The Legend of Bhagat Singh (producer) 2002Kya Yehi Pyaar Hai (producer)

2002Raaz (co-producer - as Kumar S. Taurani) 2001Albela (producer - as Ramesh S. Taurani) 2000Kunwara (producer - as Ramesh S. Taurani) 2000Kya Kehna (producer) 1999Kachche Dhaage (producer) 1998/IISoldier (producer) 1998Jab Pyaar Kisise Hota Hai (producer) 1997Auzaar (producer - as Ramesh Taurani) 1996Beqabu (co-producer - as Kumar S. Taurani) 1995Haqeeqat (co-producer - as Kumar S. Taurani) 1995Coolie No. 1 (co-producer - as Kumar S. Taurani)

Producer Filmography Jayanta Bhai ki Love Story Release Date : 15 Feb 2013 Prince ( Hindi ) Release Date : 09 Apr 2010

Actor Ramaiya... Actor 2013 Ramaiya Vastavaiya ( Hindi )


Prince-as Producer Dil Hai Producer Tumhaaraas Executive

The Legend of Bhagat Executive Producer


Jab Pyar Kisise Hota Haias Executive Producer

Sneha TauraniAs Assistant Director ...

Murder 2(2011)

Producer Producer Prince (2010)

Ramesh Tekwani
Actor, Thanks Actor: 1. Tum: A Dangerous Obsession (2004) 2. Rihaee (1988) Thanks: 1. Rihaee (1988) (grateful acknowledgment)

Prachi Thadani
Actor, Producer Actor: 1. Muigwithania (2010) .... Rajni Producer: 1. Kambakkht Ishq (2009) (executive producer) ... aka "Incredible Love" - USA (literal English title)

Love Thadani
Actor - TV, Actor Actor - TV: 1. "May bukas pa" .... Bro (35 episodes, 2009) - Another Plague Strikes Bagong Pag-asa (2009) TV episode(uncredited) .... Bro - Mario Discovers Enrique's True Identity (2009) TV episode(uncredited) .... Bro - Enrique Turns Out to Be the Sought After Gonzalgo Policarpio (2009) TV episode (uncredited) .... Bro - Father Anthony Refuses to Lead Alex's Wedding (2009) TV episode (uncredited) .... Bro - Santino Tries to Help Joy with Her Family Problem (2009)TV episode (uncredited) .... Bro (30 more) Actor: 1. Condo (2008) .... Erwin

Tina Thadani
Actress: 1. Drifters (2010) .... Evelyn 2. The Mole (2008/I) .... The Virgin

- EXECUTIVE PRODUCER Kambakkht Ishq ....... Friday 3rd of July 2009

PRODUCER Do Premee ....... Friday 11th of January 1980

Ramesh Thadani
Screen writter Film Blood Wars Role Screenwriter Year 2007

Executive producer Junoonas -Executive Producer

Ajit Vachani
Ajit Vachani

Born Died

1951 August 25, Mumbai, India Ajit Vachhani actor 2003

Other names Occupation

Ajit Vachani (1951 - 25 August 2003) was an Indian film and television actor. He had worked in many notable Hindi films as a character actor, including Mr. India (1987), Maine Pyar Kiya (1989) and Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa (1993). In all he acted in over 50 Hindi films, besides three Sindhi movies. He also acted the numerous television serials including, Hasratein, Daane Anaar Ke and Ek Mahal Ho Sapno Ka. Ajit started his TV career with Samvaad Video's Bante Bigadte (1985), produced by Rakesh Chaudhary, and soon become a popular face on the television and soon he was appearing in Hindi films. He was a regular in director Sooraj R. Barjatya's film and appeared in director's first three films, Maine Koun..! and Hum Saath Saath Hain. Personal life He died in Mumbai on August 25, 2003 at the age of 52, after a prolonged illness and was survived by his wife and two daughters.[4] Filmography


Kiya, Hum



Khamosh (1985) Mr. India (1987) Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988) Commando (1988) Main Azaad Hoon (1989) Tridev (1989) Maine Pyar Kiya (1989)

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Eka Peksha Ek (1989) (Marathi Movie) 100 Days (1991) Aag Laga Do Sawan Ko (1991) Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar (1992) Deedar (1992) Suryavanshi (1992) Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa (1993) Lootere (1993) Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! (1994) Policewala Gunda (1995) Ahankaar (1995) Yash (1996) Hum Saath-Saath Hain: We Stand United (1999) Jodi No.1 (2001)

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Chunauti (1987) Mitti Ke Rang Hasratein Daane Anaar Ke Ek Mahal Ho Sapno Ka.


Ravi Vachani
Producer Producer-Ravi Vachani Movie Zameer: The Awakening of a Soul (1997) Bambai Ka Babu (1996) Role producer producer

Producer-Ravi Vachani Movie Yeh Dillagi (1994) Role associate producer

Shawn Vasandani
Actor: 1. Edna and Arnold (2012) .... Arnold

Sachal Vasandani

Self - TV: 1. "Pulse: The Desi Beat" .... Himself (1 episode, 2007) - Episode #1.10 (2007) TV episode .... Himself

Piyush Vasandani
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director: 1. Mere Dad Ki Maruti (2013) (assistant director)

Vivek Vaswani
Vivek Vaswani

Born Years active

Mumbai, India 1991–present

Vivek Vaswani is a Bollywood actor, writer and producer. He mostly appears in the films he produces. Career An alumnae of Campion School, Mumbai, Vivek started off with playing a minor role in the 1991 film Patthar Ke Phool, and then he focused on writing films. When Shahrukh Khan came to Mumbai as a hopeful actor, he had no place to stay. He lived with fellow actor Viveck Vaswani, who later appeared in Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman and Josh with him, and helped SRK meet directors and producers. SRK was watching Yash Chopra's Lamhe in a theatre with Viveck Vaswani when halfway through his secretary arrived to inform him that Mr Chopra was considering casting him in a movie. SRK abandoned Lamhe immediately and went to Mr Chopra's office. He did end up being cast in the movie, which was Darr. His Films As an actor, he has played minor roles in various films, starting with Patthar Ke Phool in 1991. Vivek played a character named Lovechand Kukreja in the superhit film Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman (1992), starring Shahrukh Khan. The actor also appeared in hit films like Jab Pyaar Kisise Hota Hai, Soldier, Aa Ab Laut Chalen (1999), Tera Jadoo Chal Gayaa and Josh (2000), Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya (2005), My Name Is

Anthony Gonsalves (2008) and more. and in Television famous series ""Kabhi yeh Kabhi Voh"" with "Smita Jaykar" and "dilip Joshi". Filmography As actor
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Dulha Mil Gaya ... Mr Lawyer My Name is Anthony Gonsalves Shakalaka Boom Boom 36 China Town ... The Lawyer Aashiq Banaya Apne ... Karan's Uncle Barsaat ... Mr. Vaswani Insan ... Agarwal Fida ... The Bank Employee Ishq Vishk ... Professor Hum Kisise Kum Nahin ... Doctor Josh ... Savio Tera Jadoo Chal Gayaa Aa Ab Laut Chalen ... Vaswani Jab Pyaar Kisise Hota Hai ... Suraj Dhanwa Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman ... Lovechand Soldier ... The College Principal Aashiq Awara ... Rakesh Rajpal King Uncle ... Kamal Khandaan

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As producer and writer
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Dulha Mil Gaya Dil Vil Pyar Vyar (2002) Everybody Says I'm Fine Patthar Ke Phool

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Rosemary Vaswani
Film Role Year

Film Law & Stiff Order:


Year 2000

Pappu Vaswani
Co-Producer Players (2012)-( Co-producer ) Filmography of

Manauv Vaswani
Actor Lo..! Ho Gai Party (2013)- Unreleased

Veenu Vaswani

Zindaggi Rocks-2006 Character played: Cast Member

Kiran Vaswani
Production Assistant 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Prisoners Insidious: Chapter 2 The Family Hombre de Piedra Battle of the Year: The Dream Team

FILM Perfect Creature (2006)-Role: Production Assistant

V.R. Vaswani
Crew Member

Other Crew Tamacha (1988) associate accountant

Priyanka Wadhwani
Visual Effects: 1. "Under the Dome" (digital compositor) (8 episodes, 2013) - Curtains (2013) TV episode (digital compositor) (uncredited) - Exigent Circumstances (2013) TV episode (digital compositor) (uncredited) - Imperfect Circles (2013) TV episode (digital compositor) (uncredited) - The Endless Thirst (2013) TV episode (digital compositor) (uncredited) - Blue on Blue (2013) TV episode (digital compositor) (uncredited) (3 more) 2. "Bates Motel" (digital compositor) (6 episodes, 2013) - Midnight (2013) TV episode (digital compositor) - Underwater (2013) TV episode (digital compositor) - A Boy and His Dog (2013) TV episode (digital compositor) - The Man in Number 9 (2013) TV episode (digital compositor) - The Truth (2013) TV episode (digital compositor) (1 more) 3. End of the World (2013) (TV) (digital compositor) 4. The 12 Disasters of Christmas (2012) (TV) (digital compositor)

... aka "Twelve Disasters of Christmas" - USA (complete title) 5. The Philadelphia Experiment (2012) (TV) (digital compositor) 6. The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) (digital artist) ... aka "The Amazing Spider-Man in 3D" USA (promotional title)

Yash Wadhwani
Miscellaneous Crew: 1. The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (2011) (assistant: cast) ... aka "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel for the Elderly & Beautiful" - USA (complete title)

Surinder Wadhwani
Thanks: 1. Hum Ho Gaye Aap Ke (2001) (sincere thanks) (as Surender Wadhwa) 2. Baazigar (1993) (acknowledgment: Delhi) (as Surendra Wadhwa) 3. Shehzaade (1989) (sincere thanks) (as Shri Surinder Wadhwani)


As Editor :

▪ The Attacks Of 26/11 (2013)


Ghulami ....... 1945

Sanjeev Wadhwani
Music Department Shaadi No. 1 (2005) Playback Singer

Sunita Kapoor ( Bhambhani)
In 1984 Anil Kapor married Sunita Kapoor (nee Bhambhani). He has two daughters and a son Harshvardhan. Anil Kapoor's elder daughter is actress Sonam Kapoor. Rhea Kapoor attended school in New York and is now a producer in Mumbai.

Sonam Kapoor
Sonam Kapoor

Kapoor at the sets of 'India's Dancing Superstar' Born 9 June 1985 (age 28)[1][2] Chembur, Maharashtra, India Indian Actress, Model, Director

Nationality Occupation

Years active 2007– present Parents Anil Kapoor (Father) Sunita Kapoor (Mother)

Sonam Kapoor (born 9 June 1985) is an Indian actress and a former model. She is the daughter of Indian film actor Anil Kapoor. Kapoor garnered international recognition as a spokesperson for the French beauty brand L'Oréal. Kapoor made her acting debut in 2007 in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Saawariya opposite Ranbir Kapoor and subsequently featured in the offbeat drama Delhi-6 (2009). She earned her first commercial success

with the romantic comedy I Hate Luv Storys (2010), and followed with films such as Aisha, and Mausam (2011). Whilst the former brought her acknowledgment as a fashionista and praise for her unique sense of style; the latter earned her critical appreciation for her performance. In 2013, Kapoor received immense recognition from critics for her role in the commercially successful romantic drama Raanjhanaa which is referred as her best performance to date. She subsequently featured in the biographical sports filmBhaag Milkha Bhaag, her second consecutive huge success in 2013. Kapoor has thus established herself as one of the most popular and promising contemporary actresses in Hindi cinema. Filmography Year Film Role Notes Nominated–Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut

2007 Saawariya


2009 Delhi-6

Bittu Sharma

2010 I Hate Luv Storys

Simran Saxena

2010 Aisha

Aisha Kapoor

2011 Thank You

Sanjana Malhotra

2011 Mausam

Aayat Rasool

2012 Players

Naina Braganza





2013 Bombay Talkies


Special appearance in "Apna Bombay Talkies"


2013 Raanjhanaa

Zoya Haidar Tamil dubbed as Ambikapathy

2013 Bhaag Milkha Bhaag



Yash Raj Film's Untitled Mayera Next Sehgal


2014 Khoobsurat




Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra's Untitled Next



Karan Johar
Karan Johar

Karan Johar at Fox Star Studios' Press Conference for My Name Is Khan. Born Karan Dharma Kama Johar 25 May 1972 (age 41) Mumbai, Maharastra, India Punjabi


Occupation Actor, director, producer, screenwriter, costume designer, television host Years active Parents 1995–present

Yash Hiroo Johar ( Sindhi)


Karan Johar (born 25 May 1972) often informally referred to as KJo, is an Indian film director, producer, screenwriter, costume designer, actor and television host based in Bollywood. He is the son of Hiroo Johar and Yash Johar. He is also the head of the production

company Dharma Productions. He is most known for directing and producing some of Bollywood's highest grossing films in India and abroad. Four of the films he has directed, those starring Shahrukh Khan, have been India's highest grossing productions in the overseas market. The success of those films resulted in crediting Johar for changing the way Indian cinema has been perceived in the West. Johar entered the film industry as an actor in Aditya Chopra's Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge(1995). He later made his directorial debut with the highly successful romantic comedy, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai(1998) which won him a Filmfare Award For Best Director and Filmfare Best Screenplay Award. His following directorial efforts were the family drama, Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham (2001) and the romantic drama, Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna (2006), a movie which dealt with the theme of adultery. Both films were major financial successes in India and abroad. Johar thus established himself as one of the most successful filmmakers in Bollywood.[5][6] His fourth film, My Name Is Khan (2010) was met with positive reviews and grossed 200 crore (US$31 million) worldwide.[7] It earned him his second Best Director award at the Filmfare ceremony. Having done so, he has established himself as one of the most successful directors and producers in Indian Cinema.

Shobha Kapoor-Sippy
Producer ( Sister of Ramesh Sipply) Shobha Kapoor is an Indian television and film producer. She is the Managing Director of Balaji Telefilms, a famous TV serial production house in Mumbai, India. She is married to Bollywood actor Jeetendra. Career Shobha Kapoor takes care of the overall administrative and production activities of Balaji Telefilms. She works side by side with her daughter, Ekta Kapoor. She has produced many Hindi soap operas. Her most famous television serial has been “Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi”, which started on Star plus TV channel, India’s prime media and Entertainment Company, in 2000. Most of her soap operas have a woman as the leading character. Kapoor has also produced some Bollywood films but, because she is terribly

media-shy and prefers to work in the background, most people don’t know of her business talent. Most of her TV show titles start with the letter "K" due to her superstitious belief that it brings her good luck. Marriage and family Shobha Kapoor is married to actor Jeetendra. The couple has two children:

Ekta Kapoor (b. 1975), producer. Tusshar Kapoor (b. 1976), actor Tusshar Kapoor
Tusshar Kapoor

Tushar kapoor at the Colors Indian Telly Awards, 2012.


Tusshar Ravi Kapoor[1] 20 November 1976 (age 36) Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Alma mater University of Michigan Occupation Actor Years active Parents Jeetendra Shobha Kapoor Ekta Kapoor (sister) 2002–present


Tusshar Kapoor (born 20 November 1976 in Mumbai, Maharashtra) is an Indian actor appearing in Hindi films. He made his debut in Mujhe Kucch Kehna Hai (2001). Family & Background He is the son of Bollywood actor Jeetendra and Shobha Kapoor and brother of Ekta Kapoor. He also appeared in the films produced by his sister. Career Tushar made his debut with Mujhe Kucch Kehna Hai alongside Kareena Kapoor in 2001. He acted alongside his father in the teen slasher film Kucch To Hai (2003). He was recognized for his role as a who gains the ability to become invisible inGayab (2004).[2] Golmaal (2006) Returns (2008) and Golmaal 3 (2010). Filmography Year Film Role Notes and Golmaal


Mujhe Kehna Hai



Winner, Filmfare Debut Award




Kyaa Kahaa





Jeena Sirf Merre Karan Malhotra Liye

2003 Kucch To Hai


2003 Yeh Dil



Shart: Challenge


Jai Kapoor

2004 Gayab

Vishnu Prasad

2004 Khakee

Sub Inspector Ashwin Gupte

2005 Insan



Kyaa Hum




2006 Golmaal



Good Boy



Rajan Malhotra


Kya Hai





Shootout Lokhandwala


Dilip Bhuwa

2007 Aggar


2007 Dhol

Sameer Arya


2008 One Two Three

Laxmi Narayan

2008 Om Shanti Om


Special appearance in "Deewangi Deewangi"


2008 C Kkompany

Akshay Kumar

2008 Halla Bol


Special Appearance

2008 Sunday


Special Appearance "Manzar"



2008 Golmaal Returns


Nominated, Filmfare Supporting Actor Award


2009 Life Partner


2010 Golmaal 3


2011 Shor in the City



Love Kalakaar!




Hum Shabana


Rishi Malhotra

2011 The Dirty Picture



Chaar Din Chandni

Ki Veer Singh



Kyaa Super Kool Adi Hai Hum


Shootout Wadala


Sheik Munir

2013 Bhajathe Raho


2013 Bhaiyyaji Superhit Ajju Bhai


2014 Run Bhola Run


Unscheduled Release

2015 Golmaal 4

Lucky Gill

Releasing on Nov 13 2015

Ekta Kapoor

Ekta Kapoor

Ekta Kapoor Born Ekta 7 June 1975

Occupation Television producer, Joint MD ofBalaji Telefilms Years active 1997–Present


Jeetendra (Father) Shobha Kapoor (Mother) Tusshar Kapoor (Brother)

Ekta Kapoor is an Indian TV and film producer. She is the Joint Managing Director and Creative Director of Balaji Telefilms, her production company. Biography Ekta Kapoor is the daughter of actor Jeetendra and Shobha Kapoor. Her brother Tusshar Kapoor is also a Bollywood actor. She did her schooling at Bombay Scottish School, Mahim and attended college at Mithibai College. She has produced numerous soap opera, television series and movies. Her most popular path breaking soaps being Hum Paanch, Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi, Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii, Kasautii Zindagii Kay, Kaahin Kissii Roz, Kabhii Sautan Kabhii Sahelii, Kahiin to Hoga, Kis Desh Mein Hai Meraa Dil, Kasamh Se, Kkusum, Kutumb, Bandini, Kitani Mohabbat Hai, Tere Liye, Pyaar Kii Ye Ek Kahaani, Parichay—Nayee Zindagi Kay Sapno Ka, Gumrah – End Of Innocence,Kya Hua Tera Vaada and many others. She is currently producing Pavitra Akbar and Pavitra Bandhan[4]. Rishta, Bade Achhe Lagte Hain, Jodha

She ventured into Bollywood movie production in 2001 beginning with Kyo Kii... Main Jhuth Nahin Bolta . Kucch To Hai and Krishna Cottage based on supernatural themes followed in 2003 and 2004. Kyaa Kool Hai Hum starring her brotherTusshar Kapoor proved to be her breakout hit and went on to become one of the highest earners of 2005. She then went on to coproduce Shootout at Lokhandwala with Sanjay Gupta which became her profitable venture at the box office. Mission Istanbul and EMI – Liya Hai Toh Chukana Parega in collaboration with Sunil Shetty followed. The years 2010 and 2011 proved to be important for her with critical and commercial successes such as Love Sex aur Dhokha, Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai, Shor in the City, Ragini MMS, Kyaa Super Kool Hai Hum and The Dirty Picture. Her recent/upcoming productions include Ek Thi Daayan, Shootout at Wadala, Lootera, Once Upon a Time In Mumbaai Dobara, Kuku Mathur Ki Jhand Ho Gayi, Ragini MMS 2, Shaadi Ke Side Effects, Milan Talkies, Main Tera Hero, The Villian and Badtameez Dil

Television Main article: Balaji Telefilms Filmography Main article: Balaji Motion Pictures As Producer under Balaji Motion Pictures banner






Kyo Kii... Main Jhuth David Dhawan Nahin Bolta

2003 Kucch To Hai

Anurag Basu & Anil V Kumar

2004 Krishna Cottage

Santram Verma

2005 Kyaa Kool Hai Hum

Sangeeth Sivan

2005 Koi Aap Sa

Partho Mitra


Shootout Lokhandwala


Apoorva Lakhia

Co-produced Gupta

with Sanjay

2008 Mission Istanbul

Apoorva Lakhia

Co-produced Shetty

with Sunil

2008 C Kkompany

Sachin Yardi

As Producer under Balaji Motion Pictures banner






EMI – Liya Hai Toh Saurabh Kabra Chukana Parega

Co-produced Shetty

with Sunil

2010 Love Sex aur Dhokha Dibakar Banerjee


Once Upon a Time in Milan Luthria Mumbaai

2011 Taryanche Bait

Kiran Yadnyopavit

Marathi Film

2011 Shor in the City

Raj Nidimoru & Krishna D.K.

2011 Ragini MMS

Pawan Kripalani

Co-produced with Amit Kapoor & Sidhartha M. Jain

2011 The Dirty Picture

Milan Luthria


Kyaa Super Kool Hai Sachin Yardi Hum


2013 Ek Thi Daayan

Kannan Iyer

Co-produced Bhardwaj

with Vishal

As Producer under Balaji Motion Pictures banner





2013 Shootout at Wadala

Sanjay Gupta

Upcoming Prequel to Shootout at Lokhandwala Co-produced with Sanjay Gupta

2013 Lootera

Vikramaditya Motwane

Upcoming Co-produced with Anurag Kashyap


Once Upon a Time In Milan Luthria Mumbaai Dobara

Sequel to Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai

2013 Vishwaroop 2

Kamal Haasan

Upcoming Co-produced with Shobha Kapoor Sequel to Vishwaroop

Suresh Lalwani
Music Department | Soundtrack

Known For Mohabbatein (2000) Baazigar (1993) Akele Hum Akele Tum (1995)

Ishq (1997) Filmography Music department | Soundtrack Music department (24 credits) 2012Heroine (musician: solo violin) 20071971 (musician: violin) 2005The Blue Umbrella (musician: violin) 2004Run (music arranger) 2000Mohabbatein (background music: solo violin) 2000Dulhan Hum Le Jayenge (music arranger) 1999Aa Ab Laut Chalen (assistant musical director) 1998Achanak (music arranger) 1998Duplicate (assistant music - as Suresh Lalvani) 1998Kareeb (music arranger) 1997Ishq (music assistant) 1997Mr. & Mrs. Khiladi (music assistant) 1997Auzaar (music assistant) 1997Dhaal: The Battle of Law Against Law (music assistant) 1996Daraar (music assistant) 1996Chaahat (music assistant) 1995Akele Hum Akele Tum (assistant music) 1995Ram Jaane (music arranger) 1994I'm the Expert, You're the Novice (music assistant) 1994Yeh Dillagi (music arranger)

1994Dulaara (music assistant) 1993Baazigar (assistant musical director - as Lalwani) 1993Aaina (music assistant) 1989Souten Ki Beti (music assistant - as Lalwani)

Jagdish Lalwani

Umang (2012)-Music Director: Rano Chho Na Murke

Ravina tandon
Daughter Ravi Tandon & Mrs. Veena Tondon (Sister of Mac Mohan)

Veena Tandon
Ek Main Aur Ek Tu (1986) - Hindi Ravi Tandon (Director, Producer), Mrs. Veena Tondon (Special Costumes)

Hitesh Kriplani

Hitesh Kriplani acted in below films:

3. Naughty Boy 4. Phir Tauba Tauba

nisha Lalwani –
Actor. Kalyug, is Nisha Lalwani Latest Movies. Nisha Lalwani has acted in total 1 movies in Hindi Cinema.

Actor foreign films Year Film Name Cast


The Unsound

Shadab Khan, Anurita Jha, Sapna Thakur, Nilesh Lalwani, Tinu Anand

DIRECTOR Sarojini as Director Sarojini Videos

Bhool Ka Bhog as Director

Karthik Calling Karthikas- Co-Producer, Director, Story Writer

Producer-director Aatank as Producer, Director-1995 Guddu as Producer, Director, Story Writer, Dialogue Writer, Screenplay Writer-1990 Bahurani as Producer-1987 Mera Karam Mera Dharam as Producer-1980

Aanchal as Producer

Mohit Ramchandani Movies
-Director The Lost Tribe-2009, Inner Circle

rahul ramchandani

Writer for films, television and dramatic arts Films Team Members: rahul ramchandani Written for Dharma Productions, Balaji Films, Eros International, Manish Gupta Films etc.

Reema Ramchandani
Actor The World of Fashion -actor:- Film by Vijayshri Products