KC Bokadia is one among the top film makers in India. His movies have always stood for the uniqueness and right plot behind the movie. He has contributed widely to the Indian film Industry. His movies have been trend setters at one point of time in Bollywood. K C Bokadia had done an exceptional job even in writing stories / scripts for Bollywood movies. He is also well known for his own directed movies. His strength has always been the ability to choose the right casting depending on his story need. He had worked with the biggest stars of Indian cinema. Though he was born in Jaipur nagour, he made his journey to Mumbai on a fast track. After entering Bollywood, he had decided to get into movie production. His first movie as a producer, was Rivaaj (1972), casting Farida Jalal , Sanjeev Kumar & Shatrughan Sinha. This movie had brought enormous recognition to him along with good collections at Box-office. Later his journey as a successful producer continued with movies like Pyar Jhukta Nahin (1985),Teri Meherbaniyan (1985), Naseeb Apna Apna (1986) etc. He made his first step as a director with the movie Kudrat Ka Kanoon in 1987. This movie was well received and appreciated by the audience. Then in between 1987 and 1990 , he focused on production of movies like Main Tera Dushman (1989),Ganga Tere Desh Mein (1988), Kab Tak Chup Rahungi (1988), Jawab Hum Denge (1987) etc. During 1990, his own directed and produced movie Aaj Ka Arjun released and made a sensational hit. Starring Amitabh Bachchan & Jaya Prada, this movie had shown the real stamina of K C Bokadia. He made big hit movies with famous actors like Rajinikanth, Rekha, Prem Chopra, Ajay Devgan, Karishma Kapoor, Vinod Khanna, Meenakshi Seshadri, Amitabh Bachchan, Manisha Koirala, Shilpa Shetty, Govinda, Mallika Sherawat, Jackie Shroff etc. His recent movie Dirty Politics made a sensation because the star Mallika Sherawat is seen sitting on Indian national flag in the poster of the movie. However, K C Bokadia refused to make any changes to his poster saying it is required as the poster supports the storyline.
Jugal Hansraj Hindi Actor

Jugal Hansraj

Jugal Hansraj is a prominent Indian actor, screenwriter and National award-winning director. He was born on July 26, 1972, in Mumbai, India. He got married to Jasmine Dhillon in July 2014 through a small private ceremony, held in Oakland, Michigan. Jugal is the one who gave the first eight lines of the tune and lyrics of the song, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai from Karan Johar’s directorial film of the same name. The song became a huge hit up to this date. His acting career started as a child through Shekhar Kapur’s Masoom in the year 1983; a film that is based on Erich Segal’s novel entitled Man, Woman and Child. Masoom earned positive reviews and marked the launch of his acting career. Later, he continued to star as a child actor in films like in the 1986 Bollywood film, Karma and Mukul S. Anand’s Sultanat in 1986. He also modelled for various television and print ads as a child. Jugal has made some remarkable ads for Vicks Vaporub, Nutramul and Saffola. In 1994, he made his acting debut as an adult actor in the Hindi film, Aa Gale Lag Jaa, helmed by Hamid Ali Khan. He acted in the film opposite Urmila Matondkar, who played as his sister in Masoom. This was followed by Mahesh Bhatt’s Papa Kehte Hain in 1996, from where he was paired with Mayuri Kango in the lead role along with Anupam Kher. His breakthrough film came in the year 2000 through the musical romantic drama film Mohabbatein, together with Amitabh Bachchan and Shah Rukh Khan. Subsequently, he appeared in minor roles in films like Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham in 2001; the Bollywood blockbuster hit film Salaam Namaste in 2005 and Anil Mehta’s Aaja Nachle in 2007, which marks the comeback of Madhuri Dixit in the Indian cinema. Jugal turned writer and director in the 3D Indian-American computer animated film, Roadside Romeo, which was produced by Aditya Chopra under the banner of Yash Raj Films and Disney World Cinema. Although the film earned negative reviews from the critics, it won the Best Animation Film Award, Best Director of Animation Film and the Technical Award for Best Animation at the National Film Award from the President of India. Roadside Romeo also won the Cairo International Film Festival for Best Animation Film and many more awards. In 2012, Jugal hosted a Master Class session from the Film Victoria at the Indian Film Festival in Melbourne. In 2010, he directed the Bollywood romantic comedy film ‘Pyaar Impossible!’, which featured Uday Chopra and Priyanka Chopra in the lead roles. In 2014, he became the Head of Creative Development of Dharma Productions.


K G George

K G George is a renowned movie director in Malayalam film industry. He is very well known and much appreciated for his deep analytical skills about human psychology, which clearly reflects in his movies. He is one of the trendsetters who made an enormous effort to modernize the Malayalam films during 1970's. His characters all speak a deep evaluation that is done on the normal human psychology in various situations. Born in 1946 and christened as Kulakkatil Geevarghese George, he later grew big and his name had to be shortened as K G George. He was an asst. director for director Ramu Kariat. He made his debut as a director with a movie Swapnadanam(1975). This movie had witnessed a great success in terms of commercial elements and gained applaud from critics. This was just the beginning. Again in 1980 he made another huge movie called Yavanika. This is a thriller category movie but this movie portrayed the human psychological aspects so clearly that it could achieve appreciation even from critics. This movie had won Kerala State Film Award. His other movies include Lekhayude Maranam Oru Flashback, Adaminte Variyellu, Panchavadi Palam, Irakal and Elavamkodu Desam. He introduced the Malayalam super star Mammootty in 1980 through a film "Mela". This was written and directed by K G George. His movie Lekhayude Maranam Oru Flashback released in 1983. This movie has a clear hint to an actress Shobha, who committed a suicide. This movie was a huge controversy even before releasing. However, later he mentioned in an interview that he is shocked to see the change in Mammootty's attitude and that is making him take a leave from film making. His latest movie was Elavamkodu Desam in 1998. His movies have won many prestigious awards like Best Film, Best Screen Play, and Kerala State Film Award for Best film with popular appeal and aesthetic value, Best Story, 2015 - Master's award of Film employees Federation of Kerala (FEFKA). On personal front, he is married to Selma George who is a singer in Malayalam film industry. He is blessed with 2 kids Arun and Thara.

K G George Hindi Actor