Ruchi Narain is an Indian film director and screenplay artist well-known for her work in Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi, and Kal-Yesterday and Tomorrow. Ruchi Narain got her early schooling from Woodstock School, Mussoorie. When she was six years old, she moved to Colombo, Sri Lanka. She received her schooling from Oversea Children’s school, Colombo, Sri Lanka. Later she received her high school education at The Sultan’s School, Dubai. She completed her college education at St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. During her college days, she developed her interests in Communication mass media. After completing her college education she filled the application form for Social Communication Media, Sophia College, Mumbai, Maharashtra, and her application was accepted. Ruchi Narain started her career in 1996, when she worked as an assistant director in the movie “Is Raat KI Subah Nahin”.

The movie was directed by Sudhir Mishra Sudhir Mishra is a Bollywood director and screenwr >> Read More... , starring Nirmal Pandey Actor Nirmal Pandey was the first actor to play th >> Read More... , Smriti Mishra Smriti Mishra, a Bollywood actress with an express >> Read More... , Tara Deshpande Tara Deshpande is a talented, hardworking personal >> Read More... , and Ashish Vidyarthi Ashish Vidyarthi is a renowned Indian film perform >> Read More... . Later in 2003, she worked in “Hazaaron Khawaishen Aisi” which got released in 2005, as an associate producer, assistant director, and a Screenplay writer. The was a super hit and went to 12 film festivals within 6 months of release, including Turkey, Estonia, River to River (Florence), Berlin, Edinburgh, Washington, and much more. The movie was directed by Sudhir Mishra, starring Kay Kay Mengon, Chitrangada Singh With her stunning good looks it was not surprising >> Read More... , Shiney Ahuja Shiney Ahuja was born on May 15, 1975, to Suraj Pr >> Read More... , Saurabh Shukla Saurabh Shukla was born at Gorakhpur in Uttar Prad >> Read More... , and Ram Kapoor Ram Kapoor is an acclaimed and renowned television >> Read More... . The film won many awards including Best Screenplay Filmfare Award, Zee Cine Award, and Star Screen Award. Later she worked as the writer-director of “Kal-Yesterday and Tomorrow”, starring Shiney Ahuja, Murad Ali Bio coming soon... >> Read More... , and Ahmed Chaudhary. The movie also grabbed many appreciations and gave fame to Ruchi Narain.

This film won Critic Award at Cinefan-Festival of Asian and Arab Cinema. Later in the year 2007, she worked as a second unit director in the movie “ Khoya Khoya Chand Khoya Khoya Chand is a love story of a sincere, ob >> Read More... .” This movie was directed by Sudhir Mishra starring Shiney Ahuja, Soha Ali Khan Soha Ali Khan was born into a royal family. She is >> Read More... , and Rajat Kapoor Rajat Kapoor was born on 11 th February 1961, in D >> Read More... . This movie was nominated for Apsara Film Producers Guild Awards. In 207, she worked as a director, writer in the movie Hanuman Da’ Damdaar. Ruchi Narain worked as a writer in “Calcutta Mail, in which she did a screenplay as herself. The movie was released in 2003, directed by Sudhir Mishra, starring Anil Kapoor, Rani Mukherji, Sayaji Shinde and Manisha Koirala. The movie was nominated for many awards including Best Screenplay at Zee Cine Awards, 2004. Ruchi Narain has won many awards in her lifetime. She won an award at Bombay International Film Festival for Best Story in “Hazaaron Khawaishein Aisi”, Critic Award at Cinefan-Festival of Asian and Arab Cinema for her movie “Kal-Yesterday and tomorrow.” She is appreciated for her work in Indian Film Industry.

Prashant Nair Hindi Actor

Prashant Nair

Prashant Nair is a French/Indian film director, producer, and screenwriter mostly known for his 2015 feature film Umrika, featuring Suraj Sharma and Tony Revolori. Prashant made his film career debut in 2012 when his low-budget Indian film, Delhi in a Day released to critical appreciation. He later wrote and directed Umrika, which premiered at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. It was the winner of the World Cinema Dramatic Audience Award. Prashant was born in Chandigarh, Punjab to diplomat parents, but raised in Europe, Africa, and Asia before going on to live and work in New York, Prague, Paris, Berlin, and Mumbai. He gives credit to his constant moving and exposure to different parts of the world as the biggest impact on the subjects of his movies. As a result of his childhood, Prashant is fluent in English, French, and Hindi and studied Italian, German, and Arabic. Prashant initially worked as a social media entrepreneur until late 2010, when he first moved towards a career in film. His first full-length movie was the low-budget Delhi In A Day, which Prashant said he made as a sort of film school. The movie went on to have a limited release in India in 2012. It was well-received by critics and voted one of the top ten independent films of the year by Times of India. Prashant’s 2015 movie, Umrika became the only Indian movie to win any award at the well-known Sundance Film Festival. It was the winner of the World Cinema Dramatic Audience Award. Its European premiere happened at the 2015 Karlovy Vary Film Festival after which the movie went on to play at over forty international film festivals, and picking up many awards including the HP Bridging the Borders Award at the 2016 Palm Spring International Film Festival. It also got the FIPRESC Critic's prize at the Cairo International Film Festival 2015. Shortly after the premiere, theatrical rights of the movie were sold by sales agent Beta Cinema to France, Germany, Australia, South Korea, Austria, and numerous other territories, making it one of the most widely distributed Indian independent films in recent times. 


Vasant Narkar

Acting started out as a mere interest to this young lad when he was in 7th standard. He was very particular about acting, so he joined a college which had a drama club. Hailing from Ahmedabad in Gujarat, Vasant Narkar did his schooling in Gujarati, although his family was formerly from Maharashtra. His parents were Dattatrey Narkar and Sulochna Narkar. With strong roots in drama and acting, he became an Indian film and documentary writer. Vasant was in the Gujarati film industry for thirty years proving his mettle in acting, directing and production. His first film in Hindi was ‘3 November’ which released in 2016. It was a murder mystery. Upon questioning the reason for the strange movie name, Vasant Narkar replied that he didn't have any other name for a suspense thriller since all catchy, mystery-inducing names had been taken by other movies. The cast was roped in from popular TV shows and series. ‘3 November’ had Kabir Khan, Saheem Khan and Minakshi Bhagat to name a few among the main cast. It had been produced by Pritesh Joshi under the M.K Media Pvt Ltd banner. Vasant was also excited about having to write a movie in Hindi after directing Gujarati flicks continuously. He made two movies in Gujarati out of which one was called ‘The Lady Dabang,’ which starred a Gujarati actress Hemangini Kaj. The film is said to have lots of action scenes in it. It is a heroine-centric movie. When asked about the movie, Vasant said that a lot of movies are hero-centric movies. So, he decided to try something different and directed a heroine-centric movie instead. It released in 2014. The other Gujarati movies he directed were ‘Shiv Vivha,’ ‘Odhani,’ ‘Boss Pappu Paas Thai Gayo’ and ‘Dikro Maro Vahal No Varasdar.’ Vasant Narkar’s ‘Odhani’ had created quite a bit of noise before its release. People awaited its dramatic action sequence which bore a striking similarity to any of the South Indian successful action movie. ‘Odhani’ had powerful dialogues and action scenes, it increased the excitement of the Gujarati locals upon the release of its official trailer. His endless list of works includes TV series written and directed by him like ‘Kaki No 1,’ ‘Umber,’ ‘Vahali Baa’ and ‘Sambandho Sagar Paar Na.’ His net worth is believed to be roughly around seven million dollars. His stage plays include ‘Vikruti,’ ‘Chhinna - Bhinna,’ ‘Kheta to Kahevai Gayu,’ ‘Take It Easy,’ ‘Love Ma LBW,’ ‘Dikra De Taali.’

Vasant Narkar Hindi Actor