Om Raut is an Indian director, producer and writer. He was born on 21st December 1981 in Mumbai, Maharashtra. He is famous for his award-winning film Lokmanya: Ek Yug Purush. Raut is the son of Bharatkumar Raut the former Maharashtrian Member of Parliament at the Rajya Sabha and Neena Raut the co-founder of Neena Raut Films. He is married to Preeti Kothari. Raut graduated from a film school at Syracuse University in New York Click to look into! >> Read More... , US. Raut made his Bollywood debut with the movie directed by Ajay Kartik, Karamati Coat in 1993 as a child artist. Raut worked at the MTV Network New York as a writer and director before returning to India. He joined the Valuable Group as the Vice President of Creative Business, the company which promotes UFO Moviez, India’s biggest digital cinema advertising platform and distribution channel.

Raut later joined DAR Motion Pictures as its Creative Head. Under the production company, Raut produced Bollywood films City Of Gold Click to look into! >> Read More... in 2010 and Haunted – 3D in 2011. Both the movies were critically acclaimed. City Of Gold featured as Lalbaug Parel in Marathi. Om and Neena found the Neena Raut Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. on 19th April 2013 in Mumbai. Raut made his directorial debut with the Marathi film Lokmanya: Ek Yug Purush which released on 2nd January 2015. He also wrote the screenplay and story of the movie. The film was also his production house’s first production which spent 1.3 crore rupees on visual effects. It was based on the life story of the Indian Freedom Fighter Bal Gangadhar Tilak, making a movie on Tilak was Raut’s dream.

The movie won the Maharashtra State Awards under the Best Director Category in 2015 and a Filmfare Award under the Best Debut Director category in 2016. Raut was also nominated for the Best Dialogues category in Filmfare Awards 2016. It was also officially chosen for the International Film Festival of India at the Indian Panorama Section in Goa in 2014. Raut launched a Light and Sound Show called Swantantrveer at Swatantryaveer Savarkar Rashtriya Samark in Dadar on 9th May 2016. The show took inspiration from the life of the Indian Freedom fighter Vinayak Damodar Savarkar. It was the largest Indian three-dimensional wall mapping project. Raut did the Mannequin Challenge with his production team at the Neena Raut Entertainment office on his thirty-fifth birthday, which was posted on his Facebook page on 24th December 2016.

Raj Rajawat

Director Raj Rajawat is known for making Bollywood B-grade movies. His movie ‘Killer Girls’ had a screenplay by Mann Kumar and the producer of this movie was Aasif Kazi. This film released on 26th February 2016. The film starred Ajit Pandit, Tara Bhatt, Asif Kazi Anil Bhool, Mann Kumar, Raj Rajawat, Manoj Vishvakarma in lead roles. Mahesh and Rakesh composed the music for this film. Anil Bhool was the associate producer. The screenplay, the choreographer’s roles were credited to Mann Kumar. Tanishq was director of photography in the movie, with the same crew and above star cast, he made another movie ‘Killer Boys'. ‘Dream Zindagi’ was another movie in 2017, produced by Shantilal Chopra & Amit Chopra Raj. Rajawat was the director of the film which had stars like Nishant Kumar, Seema Singh, Shivani, Abhilasha, Kiran Singh, Sahnaaz, Minakshi Singh, Hemant Sharma Subhra Ghosh, and Rajesh Singh who played lead roles. The lyrics were by Tarkesh Mishra & Rakesh Kharvi and the music was composed by Mahesh-Rakesh. The director of photography was Nandu Choudhary. Choreographer of the movie is Kanu Mukherjee and Chetna. In the year 2005, he made his debut with the movie 'Mastani Bhabhi' and in 2016 he made another sizzling romantic movie named as 'Dil Jalao Na' which starred the likes of Shannon Tweed, Julie Strain, Deanna Brooks, Richie Varga, Daniel Murray, Todd Eckert, Rick, etc. It is not that only B-grade actors who act in B-grade movies, even actors like Akshay Kumar, Rajesh Khanna, Mithun Chakraborty have starred in B-grade films. These films distinguish from mainstream cinema and do not have perfect movie posters. Plus, these movies differ in sensational movie titles, sex-murder storyline, low production value, unknown star cast and the low-budget formulas. A 'B-grade' movie is called so because of the small budget that is definitely not an art house for pornographic. The founding fathers of B grade films are Vinod Talwar, Mohan Bhakri, and D films. Many directors have followed the same pattern, and Raj Rajawat is one among them.

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Raj Rajawat Hindi Actor