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Roopang Acharya

Roopang Acharya has been working in tinsel town for the last 14 years. He has been working as Director of Photography, for movies and advertisements. He is skilled with high-speed cinematography. He has worked on films like 27-13.20 Nakshatra, With Luv Tumhaara, The saint who thought otherwise, The Awakening, The distant mirage, Hardik Abhinandan, One way ticket, Akkad bakkad bambe bo, and The silent heroes. He started working as a freelance cinematographer in July, 2011. He did his schooling at Film and Television Institute, in the same year. In October, 2016, he started working at Filmbug Filmmaking workshops for less fortunate, homeless, and street children. By the end of 2016, he was also shooting for a documentary, on wildlife of Gujarat. He has also done shooting for a Hindi television series, telecast on Epic, Dariba Diaries. In 2006, Roopang was the cinematographer of a romantic Bollywood film, With Luv Tumhaara. The plot focuses on the lives of Anuradha, his fiance Akshay, and Rahul, Akshay’s friend. In the same year, came his short film The Awakening, which shows a conversation between Ajay Devgan and a child who lost his parents in Mumbai floods. Roopang’s another venture was A Distant Mirage. The film released in 2010 and didn’t get much appreciation. The movie revolved around a Punjabi girl, married to an NRI in London. The woman is harassed and abused by her husband. The year 2010, also saw the release of his movie 27-13.20. The story based on an aspiring writer, whose movie plot matches an actual robbery scene. In 2012, Mr. Acharya was the cinematographer of the flick Akkad Bakkad Bambe Bo. He also worked for the 2013 released, The saint who thought otherwise. The movie explores the dark sides of Mahesh Manjarekar, Kamal Sidhu, Sayali Bhagat, and Sandhya Mridul. On 11 December, 2015, released the cinematographer’s The Silent Heroes. It was a story about 13 deaf kids who are going for mountaineering in the Himalayas. The film received appreciation for the beautiful views of Uttarakhand and Himalayas. The movie is directed by Mahesh Bhatt. He has also worked in Hardik Abhinandan, a 2016 Gujarati comedy. The story is about three boys, Hardik, Abhi, and Nandan, who come to Ahmedabad for their college and observe a cultural shock in the city. He was Director of Photography, in a Marathi romantic thriller, One way ticket. It’s a story about six strangers who meet on a cruise, with one connection. The cinematography of the flick is so beautiful, that people compare it to Dil Dhadkane Do.

Roopang Acharya Hindi Actor