Rajshree was born on 1976, in Kolkata India. She did her schoolings in Bangalore. Later she moved to New York to complete her graduation in Computer Science. She completed her Film Making graduation in New York City after finishing her computer Science Graduation. She completed her Master in movie making in the year 2002 from the Film Institute of America. As a part of her Diploma Project during her studies, she directed the cinema named Badger. That movie won the Outstanding Direction award from the American Film Institute.

The Asian Voice honored her with an Award of Director's Glide of America. In 2005, she came back to India. Her first work is Chaurahen. The concept of the movie is the combination of four short stories by the most prominent novelist Nirmal Verma from Hindi. The concept of the play includes four stories.

One of the conception is that couple worrying about their lost son. Another story revolves around the Ancestral home memories of a Young man. The entire concept of the story is about the everyday life of humans. The prime theme is about forgiving and love. The direction for the movie began on 2002. The talkie was produced by RajaShree as the producer left last minute of the production. The overall budget of the flick was around one point eighty crores. The picture was dropped several times due to financial shortage. The plan of the picture was made in 2002, it floored in the year 2005, and completed in the year 2007. The play released in the year 2012 by PVR Pictures. The photoplay received appreciation for its story.

Although the movie is officially her first movie, Aisha is her first on-screen cinema. The show was delivered on 2009.The story was based on the novel Emma by Jane Austen. The screenplay for the talkie is by Devika Bhagat. In the year 2010, the talkie distributed worldwide. It received mixed responses from the audience. She later gave a speech about the play saying that the entire movie's final cut was shaped by Anil Kapoor As she had no idea about the feature ending. Her next work is the play X: Past is Present. The show consists of a combination of eight directors. Her role for the cinematic is Briyani. The Concept about the segment is the Splitting of a couple on their Anniversary.

Sanjay Gadhvi

Sanjay Gadhvi is a famous Indian director known for making first two instalments of Dhoom series. He was born on 22 November, 1965 in Lucknow. Not many know about this but Gadhvi’s directorial debut film came in 2000. The movie titled “Tere Liye”, it went unnoticed due to lack of publicity despite having Raveena Tandon and Arjun Rampal in the film. His association with Yash Raj Films began with “Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai” in 2002. Starring Bipasha Basu, Uday Chopra, and Jimmy Shergill, people pointed out the similarities of the storyline with that of Julia Roberts’ My Best Friend Wedding. However, Gadhvi quashed those rumours and cited previous Bollywood movies as the motivation to make such kind of movie. The film released on 7 June, 2002 to lukewarm reviews and went on to become an average grosser. In 2004, Gadhvi changed the scenario of Indian action cinema when he directed Dhoom. With John Abraham and Abhishek Bachchan as the primary antagonist and protagonist respectively, this action heist thriller smashed many Box-Office records at that time with critics and audience appreciated the action sequences involving the motorbikes. It brought a revolution in the world of Hindi cinema as bike stunt sequences did not feature in the films prominently. It is also noted that after the release of Dhoom, many motorcycle accidents were reported as victims were trying to “imitate” the stunts shown in the movie. After its success, Gadhvi came up with the second instalment, Dhoom: 2 or D: 2 which released in 2006. This time, Hrithik Roshan replaced John Abraham for the villain’s role and also saw Aishwarya Rai and Bipasha Basu as the leading ladies of the thriller. At the time of its release, Dhoom: 2 became more successful than Dhoom and got the rating of a “Blockbuster.” As of now, D: 2 stands seventh in terms of highest-grossing Bollywood feature film of all time. Later, Gadhvi parted ways with YRF and went on to direct Kidnap which released in 2008. Dealing with the issue of Stockholm syndrome, Kidnap got unfavourable reviews and fared poorly. After a gap of four years, Gadhvi returned to helm Ajab Gazabb Love which included Jackky Bhagnani, Nidhi Subbaiah, and Arjun Rampal in pivotal roles. Apparently inspired from the film Seema Tapakai (Telugu), this romantic-comedy flick did not perform well at the Box-Office with most of the reviewers finding the movie ordinary. Sanjay believes in the proper use of digital technology in cinemas and has backed other production houses to implement the same to improve the quality of action scenes portrayed in the movies. Gadhvi is one of the few directors to exercise techniques such as pre-visualization, green screens in their films when others were still sceptical about it. For him, he got encouraged with the application of various techniques from Terminator and the Jurassic Park series. He bagged “Hottest Young Film Maker” award at the 2007 Stardust Awards ceremony. Despite not being part of Dhoom: 3, Gadhvi has not ruled out his return to the heist series.

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Sanjay Gadhvi Hindi Actor