Niraj Bhatia is a famous and talented Indian executive producer of English Movies. He is the founder of Om Films, an American Film Production company, and the screenwriter of Daniel Burks in 2006. Niraj Bhatia is a USC graduate and executively produced several award-winning movies based on social education and cultural exploration. Niraj is associated with many NGOs and works as a philanthropist. He collaborated with many start-ups and industries as an entrepreneur. Niraj Bhatia is the CEO and Founder of a mobile navigation app, Sirca. He also owns multiple chains of restaurants in other countries. Om Films has based in Santa Monica, California. Niraj Bhatia’s production house mainly focuses on feature films, shorts, documentaries, and web series.

One of the most popular and award-winning documentaries under Om Films is the Producers Guild of America. His films premiered at Sundance Film Festival, Los Angeles Film Festival, AFI Dallas Film Festival, and South by Southwest (SXSW). Beats, a documentary by Om Films, won several awards, including Audience Award at Los Angeles Film Festival and Best International Documentary Award at the Sao Paulo International Film Festival. Niraj Bhatia is the executive producer of several shorts and documentaries like Placebo (2006), Caucus (2013), Mortified Nation (2013), Independent Lens (2016), The Balad of Lefty Brown (2017), Super Dark Times (2017), Darkness Visible (2019), Wild Indian (2019), and many more. His recent movie Space Station 76 premiered on 8 March 2014 at South by Southwest.