Ranjit Kapoor is a dialogue writer, actor, director for Bollywood movies. He is perhaps the most influential comedy story writer and dialogue writer in the present times. He began his career in 1983 with NFDC’s production movie ‘Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro.’ Satish Shah co-operated with Ranjit Kapoor and the dialogues suited the movie in every frame. It was a comedy movie and directed by Kundan Shah.

His next assignment as a dialogue writer was for a Vidhu Vinod Chopra's movie 'Khamosh' that starred Shabana Azmi and Amol Palekar. The film received a serious setback as no distributors wanted to buy it for an unconventional plot. After a sabbatical from the film industry for about 10 years, Ranjit Kapoor returned once again for a Kundan Shah’s comedy project ‘Kabhi Haa Kabhi Naa’ (1994), the film introduced Shah Rukh Khan in his best role and the film won for King Khan best critics’ award. In the same year, Ranjit Kapoor handled the boldest film of the year which was directed by Shekhar Kapur.

The film ' Bandit Queen' was based on the life of Phoolan Devi and had Seema Biswas in the title role. The film’s dialogue was written by Ranjit Kapoor who used Bhojpuri and UP dialects in the dialogue so that it would bring resemblance to the character of dacoits. 'Bandit Queen' won the best National film award and Seema Biswas received the best national actress award.

The film was screened at many international film festivals and was sent for Oscar, but it faced rejection from the nominee list even. In 1996, Ranjit Kapoor chose to be a part of ABCL production movie 'Tere Mere Sapne’ which was directed by Joy Augustine.

In the year 2000, Ranjit got associated with another Kundan Shah's project titled 'Hum Toh Mohabbat Karega' which was owned by Shah Rukh Khan's Red Chillies Entertainment. The film was written by Kundan Shah and Ranjit Kapoor. He wrote both screenplay and dialogue in this film. In 2001, Ranjit Kapoor got associated with Rajkumar Santoshi's project ' Lajja' which was a women-centric film.

The film flopped but dialogues of the film still have relevance in our society. In the year 2005, Ranjit got involved with Ketan Mehta’s project ‘Mangal Pandey: The Rising ‘ for which he wrote only the Hindi dialogues. It was a historic film that kept its focus on 1857 mutiny and the British rule. After writing dialogues in a dozen of films, Ranjit Kapoor tried his luck in direction. He directed a film 'Chintuji' which was produced by Bobby Bedi and Gautam Talwar.

The film starred Rishi Kapoor in a central role. The story was written by him too and it was a political satire movie released in 2009. In 2015, he wrote and directed ‘Jai Ho! Democracy’ which was a political satire film showing the dark side of the system. The film had all veteran actors like Om Puri, Satish Kaushik, Seema Biswas, and Annu Kapoor in lead roles.

This director really knows the mood of audiences and his main emphasis was on humor and he designed that humor either as a dialogue writer, writer or even director. 'Films in his own style' traditionally have a happy ending!

Amit Kasaria Hindi Actor

Amit Kasaria

Amit Kasaria is a talented Indian film director and a writer who works predominantly in the Bollywood film industry. He is known for his films named “I Don’t Luv U” in 2013 and ”DNA of Love” in 2017. He directed the picture called “I Don’t Luv U” in the year 2013 along with the producer Dr. Anil Kumar Sharma. It was a movie of romantic genre that included lots of drama and released into the Indian cinemas on 17 May 2013 under the banner of the production company named “Amrapali Media Vision.” The multi-talented director Amit Kasaria also did the writing part in this film. The stars who are in the lead roles are Ruslaan Mumtaz who enacted the character Yuvaan Kapoor and Chetna Pande who played Aarya. The actors in the supporting roles are Murali Sharma, Ragesh Asthana, Jass Bhatia, Ravi Khemu, and Paramjyot Singh. The music in his picture was given by the duo Aman Pant and Benson Baby, the cinematography was by Saurabh Vishwakarma, and editing by Suvir Nath. The plot shows the story of a 19 years old college guy named Yuvaan Kapoor who falls in love with a girl named Aarya. They eventually end up becoming a victim of an MMS scandal which causes tragedy in their lives and he decides to commit suicide but is rescued. At the end of the story, Yuvaan and Aarya reunite, and it shows a happy ending. The audience liked this film, and it came out to be a success for his career as a director and a writer. Amit Kasaria worked as a director and a writer in the 2017 film called “DNA of Love.” His assistant directors were Tirthadeep Roy, Sachin Saraf, and Sanam Verma along with Ashish Ganjir as the continuity supervisor. The producers of this movie were Vijay Bansal and Abhishek Tyagi, and the executive producer was Kapil Sharma. The actors who performed the lead roles in this film are Adhyayan Suman who played as Abhishek, actress Gulki Joshi, and Yuri Suri who played the character of Abby Dad. It shows heart-touching romance that released in the Indian cinemas on 1 November 2017. It portrays a guy who faces many difficulties at every step of his life for his love. It has many twists and turns, love and betrayal. This film was not as successful as his previous one, but it also received good reviews from many of its audience.

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