Chirag Arora is a short film producer and director. Basically, Chirag Arora was an ad filmmaker. But he is really a handsome, good looking and perhaps better looking than many heroes of B-town. Born in Delhi, he had a friendship with singer Akriti Kakkar for a long time. It is believed that Chirag proposed to her and finally, she too had accepted him in her mind and thoughts. This led both of them to tie the knot in 2016. Now, they are happily married and leading a blissful life. He has been a longtime boyfriend for the singer who has sung some memorable songs in Alia Bhatt's movies.

Even Akriti Kakkar is good looking. Hope their match remains colorful throughout their life. It is said he was the writer and director of one short films 'Kharoch' (2011) and he was the producer of another short film 'Wake Up' (2012). The film stars web series actor Maanvi Gagroo and Amol Parashar. The film Kharoch' had English subtitles and it spoke about the simple life happening in Mumbai city. The film was crafted by Cinerag Entertainments Pvt Ltd.

The film showed some naked truth about our society. The red-light area of Mumbai and their culture where men flocks to establish body contact with call girls. But however, the film had a simple theme which was narrated in the backdrop of a young man. He was seen struggling with the chaos of Mumbai. One day, his simple dream of earning more money comes true. This short film had an extensive photography in the Mumbai train when the young man was seen struggling to earn money in the city.

Akshay Roy Hindi Actor

Akshay Roy

Akshay Roy was born in Mumbai on 25th of April, 1979. Later on, he moved to Nigeria when his father got a job. At the age of 10, he was made to attend a boarding school in Ajmer, Mayo College where he completed his higher secondary course. After his completion of education at Mayo, he took admission to Radley College in the UK as an exchange program tour. However, he completed BA English (Honors) from St. Stephen’s College. While he was in college, he got into theatre at Shakespeare society and acted and directed even in the play. Some of the plays that he had handled in college days included The Merchant of Venice, The Tempest, The Glass Menagerie etc. After the completion of his degree at St. Stephens, Akshay chose to complete his mass communication degree from Mass Communication Research Centre (MCRC), Jamia and he completed a 2-year MA degree course too. While doing the course, he studied filmmaking at Jamia. After that, Akshay left for Mumbai and worked as an Assistant Director for Farhan Akhtar, Mira Nair and Deepa Mehta. His first project where he worked as an assistant director includes Farhan’s first directorial movie ‘Lakshya’ (2004) which starred Amitabh Bachchan, Hrithik Roshan, Preity Zinta in lead roles. In the year 2006, he was associated with the second unit director credit in the making of Mira Nair’s film ‘The Namesake’ which had Tabu and Irrfan Khan In prominent roles. In the year 2005, was associated with second unit director credit for Deepa Mehta’s most controversial movie ‘Water’. Akshay Roy had also directed short films like 'A Shoe Story', 'All is Well', 'The Last Dance' and 'The Finish Line' and won appreciation from the film festival and critics. In the year 2007, he was a second unit director for Aamir Khan's movie 'Taare Zameen Par'. After directing several short movies, he directed a Bollywood movie 'Meri Pyaari Bindu' (2016) which featured Ayushmann Khurrana and Parineeti Chopra in the lead roles. It is said that Akshay Roy was a second unit director for a TV movie ‘The Man-Eating Leopard of Rudraprayag’ which was directed by John Hay and it was a BBC movie. In the year 2004, he was a set production assistant in India for a film 'The Bourne Supremacy' (2004) which was directed by Paul Greengrass. It was an American German action spy thriller movie that received huge reception.


Majid Majidi

Iranian-born Majid Majidi is a notable superstar who has significantly contributed to the advancement of the film industry. His Zodiac sign is Aries, and he has successfully masterminded the success of 15 movies and documentaries. This great film icon is aged 57 and has over four awards due to his unparalleled contributions to the entertainment industry. Majid Majidi is a widely known and esteemed film director. His vibrant role as a producer has made waves in the movie industry. This icon was born on 17 April 1959 in the city of Tehran. His parents were of an affordable social status which helped impact in him a good but not extravagant lifestyle. He spent the early years of his life in the metropolitan area of Tehran and had exposure to the movie industry. This great city had the best theaters and institutions that could enhance acting skills in a prolific individual. This ideal environment enabled Majid Majidi to study at the Institute of Dramatic Arts in Tehran where his passion for the movie industry grew. He participated actively in some theater groups in Tehran. He began his career as a film actor in 1981 just after the revolution in Iran ended. His contributions have uplifted the movie industry to greater heights. He is happily married and has two lovely children. In 1985 he played an indispensable acting role in "Boycott''. Majidi's passion as a film actor and his accumulated experience provided the kickstart platform for the birth of the greatest Iranian film director of all times. He was the mastermind behind the success of the 1997 film called "Children of Heaven". His outstanding skills as a movie director led to the nomination of "Children of Heaven" for the prestigious Academy Award. This award aimed at recognizing the best films acted in a foreign language. This movie received the best film award in 1999 during the 11th International Film Festival in Poland and many other awards of great valor. His first appearance as a movie director was in 1992 when he directed the film titled "Baduk", and presented it at Cannes Films Festival in the presence of distinguished movie directors. In February 1999,"Color of Paradise" a 90 minutes film in the Persian language was released and it made a great impact around the world. The influence of "Color of Paradise" was incredible to the extent of being distributed by the renowned "Sony Pictures Classics". His exceptional skill as the director in the film "Baran" is worth noticing. "Baran" is a 94 minutes film released in 2001. Majid Majidi won some international awards like "2001 Grand Prix of the Americas Award" at the Montreal Film Festival. 2005 marked the release of the inspirational film titled "The Willow Tree. "Majid Majidi was both the producer and the director of "The Willow Tree" officially released on the 11th of August 2005. Majidi demonstrated his creativity and talent in 2008 through the film "The Song of Sparrows" whose expansive splendor enabled its selection as the opening movie for the prestigious Visakhapatnam International Film Festival in Andhra Pradesh. He directed some documentaries such as "Nava ashore" in 2008, "Olympics in the Camp" in 2003 and "Reza Rezvan" in 2007. A striking aspect of Majid's films is the manner in which the films terminate. His films mesmerize the viewers and stimulate a contemplation on the flow of events in the life of a human being. The films sometimes contain scenes that move the viewer to tears. He has won many awards for his creativity in the film industry. These awards include "Oecumenical Special Award" at the 25th Montreal Film Festival(2001),"Grand Prix de Ameriques" and "Grand Prix for Americas Best Film"(1999).

Majid Majidi Hindi Actor