Luv Ranjan is a director and writer. He has acquired his fame with the impressive “ Pyaar Ka Punchnama” franchise. Luv has completed his studies at the Asian Academy of Film & TV and drew his inspiration from his days at the college to write the storyline of Pyaar Ka Punchnama.

Luv started his career with Pyaar Ka Punchnama in 2011. He has written and directed it. The second movie of his career Akaash Vani did not do well and went unnoticed. It was released in the year 2013. Two years later another movie released in his direction, Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2, which happens to be the sequel of Pyaar Ka Punchnama. The movie was critically acclaimed and was loved by the youth of the country, as they can relate to the story.

He has been termed as a misogynist because of the movie Pyaar Ka Punchnaama, which portrays the hardships and the tantrums of girls that men have to handle, being in a relationship. It has been widely appreciated and loved by the masses and the sequel to the movie was released in October worldwide. The movie had done good business at the box office. Luv has announced the third film in the franchise, that he is going to direct in the future and it will be from the perspective of women.

Ranjan is speculated to make rom-com movie based on Uttar Pradesh. He is attracted to the youths of UP and says there is more to UP than youngsters with guns in their hand. Luv wants to show the aspirations, cravings and passion of them in his next flick.



Gajendra Rathi Hindi Actor

Gajendra Rathi

This man dons many hats ranging from a Movie, TV, and Theatre actor to a director, dubber, anchor, and producer. He was born in Delhi and received a Masters in Psychology from Delhi University. He is most known as the anchor of Doordarshan's ‘Krishi Darshan’. This program aimed at providing information to the rural audience which mainly comprised of farmers. He is also well known for Nukkad Natak’s, which highlighted many social issues such as corruption, in Delhi. Gajendra made his television debut in the year 1992 on Sony TV. His debut show, Bhanwar, was followed by some others. In 1992, he acted in Edipus on Doordarshan National, followed by BolBasanto, Baat Bapu Ki, in 1995. In that year, he was also seen in Gadar ki Goonj, which was a show on Doordarshan National. His last two TV appearances have been on India’s Most Wanted (ZEE TV, 2000) and Kyunki Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai (Doordarshan National, 2012). He was also seen in Channel V’s Gumrah, in the 31st August 2014 episode. He has also been a part of Shubhdarshini Singh’s Ek Tha Rusti. He is currently employed at He has been in some movies such as Lucky Oh Lucky and Bricks of Remorse. He was the police inspector in the Bollywood film NH10 and also in Dil Patang. As part of his dubbing career, he has worked with Sanchar Bharti from 2005 till 2008. He has also translated a large variety of books into Hindi from English. These books include Bakht Khan (Iqbal Hussain, 2005), Muhammad Ali Khan (K.C. Yadav, 2007), and The Brahmaputra (Arup Kumar Dutta, 2008). Post-2010, he has translated books such as Ramu and Robot (2012), Jammu and Kashmir (2012), and MeriAatmakatha (Sharmishtha, 2013). He has also translated The Great Railway Bazaar (Paul Theroux, 2009), Freakonomics (Steven D, Levitt and Stephen J.Dubner, 2010), Liberty or Death (Patrick French, 2011) for Penguin India. He has been part of some plays such as ‘I wish, I wished, I never wished’ and has also written them. He has also translated shows and projects for some companies such as UTV, the Labor Ministry, Army Aviation and some history channels. He has narrated for Maqbool Nagme and has been a part of 153 episodes of a Korean show called Emperor of the Sea. He also taught at the NDFA for a couple of months.


Arjun Sablok

A sinking ship comes to mind when one thinks of Arjun Sablok’s career. Working under the Yashraj banner for the majority of his career, Sablok was touted to be on the road to perennial success. Before venturing into direction, Sablok made cameo appearances in the late Yash Chopra’s ‘Vijay’ in 1988 and the evergreen blockbuster ‘Dilwale Dulhania Le Jaayenge’ in 1995. Ironically, in DDLJ, he played the role of Shahrukh’s friend along with a certain Karan Johar, whose directorial career has been on an opposite trajectory since then and today is an influential figure in the industry. Sablok embarked on his directorial journey by directing the TV film, ‘Humko Ishq Ne Maara.‘ After this, he decided to take the bull by its horns by directing “Na Tum Jaano Na Hum” in 2002 which starred the likes of Hrithik Roshan, Saif Ali Khan, and Esha Deol. If one wants to figure out how successful this attempt at a love story this movie was, all they need to do is cite the title to a few people, and it is a given that most of them would recall Lucky Ali’s song of the same name before they’d recall the movie.  In a nutshell, the movie was unheralded and Sablok went on a three-year hiatus before releasing a movie that pretty much ended his career, ‘Neal ‘n’ Nikki’. Shot in Canada, the movie fell flat on its face and was critically bashed to death. It starred Yash Chopra’s son Uday Chopra and Kajol’s sister Tanisha Mukerji as the main leads and today; the movie is only remembered for its sleaze and Tanisha’s display of ample cleavage. After his directorial debacle, Sablok has taken up a political rendezvous of sorts as he directed the advert for Samajwadi Party’s election campaign. The campaign happened to be a success, attested by the party’s thumping victory. All in all, Sablok’s trail is one of a career that couldn’t hit the heights one might’ve thought it could hit.

Arjun Sablok Hindi Actor