Bumpy is an upcoming film producer in North India. He is also a film director and a movie actor. Bumpy has worked in these areas in the Hindi film industry. He is best recognized for his movies Life, Lafde Aur Bandhiyan, Bank Chor, Luv Ka the End and some more. Bumpy was first introduced to television with the reality TV show called MTV Roadies which was hosted by the television channel MTV. Bumpy was one of the stars among other celebrities like Charlie Chauhan, Rajiv Laxman Raghu Ram, and Rann Vijay Singh. This show was directed by TV director Sagar More. In this team of Bumpy's the gang leader was Rann Vijay Singh. This show was aired for many years starting from the year 2003 till the year 2009, and Bumpy found himself getting appeared in every episode.

Bumpy then became an executive producer of another show in the same television channel MTV. He was the executive producer of the show MTV: Kickass Mornings. This one was a TV series, and it got released in the year 2008. This show was Bumpy's first attempt at being an executive producer. Bumpy then became a film director. His debut project as a movie director was Luv Ka the End. This film is a comedy drama genre, and it got released on the big screens in the year 2011. Bumpy collaborated with story writer Ashish Patil and lyricist Amitabh Bhattacharya for his first project. The stars in this movie include Shraddha Kapoor, Errol Peter Marks, Taaha Shah Badusha and many more. Unfortunately, his first movie did not do well in the box office.

Bumpy also gave a debut as an actor with this film Luv Ka the End. He played the part of a comic character. He then tried his direction skills with a television series. The TV serial Life, Lafde Aur Bandhiyan was his first attempt to direct a TV serial. This project was a Hindi language series of comedy genre, and it got produced by the production house Slightly Tilted. It was filmed in and around New Delhi, and it got first released on TV in the year 2016. This series ran comparatively way better among the audience than Bumpy's movie. Bumpy then became a film director of the Hindi movie Bank Chor starring Riteish Deshmukh, Vivek Oberoi, and Rhea Chakraborty in lead roles and it the dialogue was written by Baljeet Singh Marwah and screenplay by Baljeet Singh Marwah. Bumpy was also the producer of Rann VJ Run and Man's World both of which are TV series.

Irfan Kamal Hindi Actor

Irfan Kamal

Irfan Kamal is a multi-talented film personality who has complete measures of multi-tasking activity. Irfan Kamal has candidly perceived multi-tasking ability, impulsivity, and intelligence in film approach. Irfan began his career with writing screenplay in ‘Krrish 3’ along with Rakesh Roshan, Honey Irani, and Robin Bhatt.  Irani's last movie was 'Krrish-3’ which was directed by Rakesh Roshan and had Hrithik  Roshan playing the lead role with Priyanka Chopra and Kangana Ranaut. But it was his second venture 'Thanks, Maa' which fetched him a better recognition. The film was appreciated for its child exploitation issues. The movie mainly speaks about child abandonment Issues in India. This movie was rolled out at Edinburgh International Film Festival, Pusan International Film Festival, Montreal World Film Festival, Cannes Film Festival, International Film Festival of India and Palm Springs International Film Festival. This film had five child artists, and one child actor Master Shams Patel won the best child actor in the 56th National Film Awards. This film released in 2009. In the year 2014, he wrote the lyrics for the movie 'Jai Ho' along with Sajid, Danish Sabri for one song 'Baaki Sab First Class Hai' which is basically a chorus song with Salman Khan who was seen dancing and singing ‘Hai Re Hai Pais Paisa, UPar Leke Jau Kaisa.' The singer was Wajid Ali and music was composed by duo musicians Sajid-Wajid for the movie. Salman Khan is known for foot-tapping songs and well accepted for swinging his hips and naval while shaking legs to many tunes of Wajid Ali.  The film was directed by Sohail Khan who is the younger brother of actors Salman Khan and Arbaaz Khan. After the release of ‘Thanks Maa,’ he can be easily regarded as the "wizard of cinema." This film had an escapist theme from commercial movies and had an emotional aspects of child’s day to day life struggle on streets, He had got married to Inaaya Irfan Shaikh on September 18, 2012. They have one child.

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Ravi Jadhav

He is a renowned Indian film personality; he was born on September 22, 1966, in Mumbai (Maharashtra). He studied visual communication and graphics design at J.J school of Arts. He has been working as a successful graphic designer, copywriter and creative designer with a leading advertisement agency. He is married to Meghana Jadhav. She is a producer as well. They have a child Atharva Jadhav. As a great director his first two movies were 'Natrang' in 2010 and 'Balgandharva' in 2011. His first film portrayed traditional folk art of Maharashtra, and another was a biographical film on Narayana Shripad Rajhans. His debut movie Natrang earned over 70 million in the first three weeks of its release. Both the films got immense love by the Indian audience; he seems to be an educator through his movies. All his movies bring some impact on the society. His third film was 'Balak Palak' a comedy-drama based on sex education. The biggest blockbuster of his career was 'Timepass' a simple story of Dagadu and Prajakta. A heart touching tale of young love. It broke the record of highest grossing Marathi movie. Ravi also released a short film in 2014 “Mitraa” which was a bold concept about same-sex relationships that gave him more international éclat. It was Awarded Best Film at the Kashish Mumbai International Queer Film Festival. He has a unique style of storytelling. All his movies are superhits, and he got 5 National Awards. Natrang was awarded National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Marathi In 2009. He also got three National Awards at the 59th National Film Awards for “Balgandharva” produced by Ritesh Deshmukh. Jadhav also promotes new directors in Marathi cinema by co-producing films like 'REGE' and "coffee and breach Kahn" by newcomer Prakash Kunte. He wrote lyrics for 'Saazani' in 2011 and 'Saavali' in 2013 sung by Shekhar Ravijani. He has also directed a music video an electro rock band Pentagram, based in Mumbai. His first Hindi film was Banjo. He wanted to communicate with a wider audience, and that's what lead him to the making of banjo in Hindi. His unique and creative writing has ensured a bright future for him as he has been getting good support and love from the audience. He believes that the magic of filmmaking is to make people of different culture and background fall in love with a simple story.

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Ravi Jadhav Hindi Actor