Shyam Ramsay is a director. He was born in India. He mainly works with the Bollywood Cinema. He has Indian Nationality. He did films projects of different genres. He provides the best direction. He gave his best assistant at the time of his starting career. Ramsay has well expert with the story, screenplay and dialogue writing. Apart from the Bollywood industry, he did movies in some other languages too. He has worked with other artists. He was born on May 17 and in the year 1952. He is 67 years old. He was born in the then Bombay State, in India. His father name is F.U. Ramsay. He has siblings as Tulsi Ramsay, Keshu Ramsay, Kiran Ramsay, Gangu Ramsay, and Kumar Ramsay. His children name is Saasha Ramsay. His nephew is Aryeman. He is also a writer, actor, and producer by profession. He mainly works for horror projects.

As a producer he did Ghutan in the year 2007, Bandh Darwaza in the year 1990, Veerana in the year 1998, and Saamri 3D in the year 1986. As a writer, he did Inspector Dhanush in the year 1991, Bandh Darwaza in the year 1990, Veerana in the year 1988, and Buddha Mil Gaya in the year 1971. As an editor Ramsay did Veerana in the year 1988, Khe Mohabbat Ka in the year 1986, Telephone in the year 1985, Purana Mandir in the year 1984, Ghungroo KI Awaz in the year 1981, Dahshat in the year 1981, Saboot, Guest House in the year 1980. As a director, he did multiple other projects. He has seven siblings.

They have famous in the film industry from the year 1970 to 1980. He has also worked with the Star Plus and Zee TV channels. He has associated with the first Horror show of India on the Zee TV channel as Zee Horror Show. He has also worked in Saturday Suspense, Nagin, and X Zone in the year 2008. His daughter Sasha is also a director and producer. So Shyam and Saasha have directed the program Neeli Aankhen. It has aired on the channel Sahara One. After working for television, he has returned to films. In the year 2000, he has produced the venture Dhund- the Fog. Its released date is February 21 and the year is 2003. After these ones, he did Ghutan in the year 2007, and Bachao in the year 2010. His recent release project is Neighbours in the year 2014.

Shefali Bhushan

Shefali Bhushan is an Indian director, actor, producer and writer. She rose to fame with her directorial debut, Jugni, an internationally acclaimed musical film. Shefali was born in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, but her family moved to Delhi when she was just five. Her father, Shanti Bhushan a senior advocate in the Supreme Court of India, was the former law minister of the country, while her brother PrashantBhushan is a prominent lawyer, politician and an activist, known for filing PILs on social issues. However, she inherits the creative legacy from her mother, KumudBhushan, who is a trained Kathak dancer and a painter. Bhushan finished her schooling from Modern School, New Delhi. After that, she completed her graduation in Economics honors from Delhi University, in 1992. Since her school days, acting was her first love. She got her first role when she was in 5th standard, as a lawyer. However, her first professional encounter with acting happened during her college days, when her association with Drama Tech, a theatergroup based in Delhi, began. She was also a part of another theater group called Act One, which firmly established her as an actor, fuelling her passion towards this field. Then there came thepoint which made Shefali a filmmaker, rather than an actor. After her graduation, she applied to the National School of Drama (NSD) and JamiaMiliaIslamia for the Master's degree. She could not make it to NSD due to a shortage of seats. However, she got accepted into Jamia and completed her post graduation in Mass Communication in the year 1994. Holding a degree, but more importantly, passion towards the field, Bhushan started by shooting an ad in Jaya Ganga, as an assistant director in 1995. But very soon, she came back to Delhi and continued shooting current affairs shows for local television. Bhushan's yearning for the unexplored, however, remained unquenched. Being trained in Hindustani classical music, she always wanted to set her foot out, and find out raw talents the Indian soil encrypted within its impervious corners. Together with a handful of people, she founded a website called Beat of India, in 2000, with the aim of encouraging the rich folk music of India. She traveled far and wide, for six years, unearthing talents, and in the process, training herself for the future. One fine day, the highly optimistic young girl emailed the music legend, A.R.Rahman, asking whether he'd like to work with her. To her surprise, she got a reply. It was Rahman who introduced her to RakeyshMehra, who agreed to work on a project with her, but things did not materialize eventually due to Mehra's busy schedule. The plot was picked up by Saregama, but three months before the start of the shoot, the film unit was shut down. Shefali now made her mind to work on a script that did not require big names and bit by bit, Jugnitook form. The movie made its impact at various film festivals like London India Film Festival, Indian Film Festival The Hague, Festival of the Global-USA, Khajuraho International Film Festival, Lonavala International Film Festival, etc. Being a versatile artist herself, Shefali believes in the thought of unifying commercial and art cinema. She appreciates the work of the Oscar-winning Spanish director, Pedro Almodovar Caballero, and enjoys watching films directed by Raj Kumar Hirani. Bhushan has also acted in offbeat documentaries like Iyatta:Class (2016), and Mission Sunday (2015).

Shefali Bhushan Hindi Actress