Rajesh Pandey has been a part of the Entertainment Industry for nineteen years now. He has a background in journalism, and throughout his career, he has been a critic for Cinema, Politics, Hospitality, and Sports. He is born and bought up in Mumbai, Maharashtra. He has graduated with the Bachelor’s Degree in Biology, from Baba Raghav Das Inter College. His ultimate goals have always been writing and direction. He is the member of the Indian Film Society, Film Writers Association, and Indian Films and Television Directors Association.
He has lived in India all long and was married in Jaipur. Due to some misunderstandings, the couple got divorced in Udaipur. He has been a Writer-Director at the Jagruti Art International for 21 years now. He was the writer at the Heera Film Intertainment Ltd for “Chief Minister Bhaiyaji.” He has also assisted himself as the Chief Assistant Director for the film, “
Married 2 America
” at Red Candy Films (India) and DNA movies (USA). Rajesh has done well with his role in writing screenplay and dialogues. “Chief Minister Bhaiyaji, “ “ Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram,” and “Jogiji Dheere Dheere” are all under Rajesh Pandey’s umbrella of screenplay and dialogues. Apart from this he has also directed short films under the names, ‘Old is Bold” and “Romping Girl.”
Appreciating the short film, he was awarded for “Old is Bold” at the Golden Camera Awards. He enjoys writing his scripts peacefully at home and discusses the work at the office and shoots it. Being a part of such a renowned industry for nineteen years is a matter of pride in itself. Empowering women is the key to a successful man’s career; Rajesh Pandey is also a part of the Women Leadership. His contributions to this field as a screenwriter have been quite a journey, and he wishes to see himself as a successful filmmaker in Bollywood right to the top of the list along with other successful directors. His few words of encouragement or advice for the new professionals goes somewhat like this; "Aarju lekar koi ghar se nikalte kyun ho? paav jalte hai to aag par chalte kyun ho ?"