Sejal Shah is a cinematographer in the Indian film industry and the Indian television shows. He has worked in many Bollywood films. He was born in Mumbai, India to a man named
Bipin Shah. He has worked in more than 250 Indian advertisements among which there were many big brands such as Nokia, Sprite, Ford Endeavour, Indian Oil, BlackBerry, Hyundai, Royal Stag, and many more.
Some of the serials in which he has worked are
Hitler Didi, Hasratein, “Hi! Padosi… Kaun Hai Doshi?,” and Iron Lady. His Bollywood films include Commando – A One Man Army,
Action Replayy, War Chhod Na Yaar,
London Dreams, Ramaa: The Saviour, Solo,
Silence Please… The Dressing Room, and
Missed Call. In the TV series “Hitler Didi,” he worked with the directors Mohit Jha and Vikram Ghai, producers Rohit Vaid and
Ila Bedi Dutta, and the writers Sanjay Kumar, Ila Bedi Datta,
Malavika Asthana, and Satyam K. Tripathi.
It telecasted on the channel Zee TV and became a popular plus one of the most loved daily operas. It was also dubbed into many other languages and aired in other countries too. In the film “Bodyguard,” he got the opportunity to work with one of the highest rated Bollywood actors
Salman Khan and actress Kareena Kapoor under the direction of Siddique, and the production of
Atul Agnihotri and
Alvira Khan Agnihotri under the banner of the production company named Reel Life Productions.
It released in the theatres on 31 August 2011. It was a popular Bollywood action film with heart-touching romance. In the movie “Commando – A One Man Army,” he worked as a cinematographer with the director
Dilip Ghosh and the producer Vipul Shah under the production company called Sunshine Pictures. It is an action film that released on 12 April 2013. The stars of the film were Vidyut Jammwal,
Pooja Chopra, and Jaideep Ahlawat.
In “Action Replayy” film, he worked for the glamorous and beautiful actress
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and the action hero
Akshay Kumar who were its main lead. The co-stars were
Neha Dhupia and Aditya Roy Kapoor. The director and producer of the film was Vipul Shah. It was scripted by Suresh Nir and
Aatish Kapadia, and edited by
Amitabh Shukla. It was also a great production in Bollywood. He got the nomination for Best Cinematography in the 5th Apsara Film & Television Producers Guild Awards for the film London Dreams in the year 2009.