Sushil Rajpal is an Indian producer and a director. The Film and Television Institute of India alumnus has directed some Bollywood movies. He also won a National Award in 2009 for his direction in the film Antardwand. He took birth in Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh, India on 9th August 1963.

His other works include Old Monk, Laga Chunri Me Daag, Dikhsha, etc. The cinematographer has also directed a TV series of the name, Lootera: Bandits of British India. He took birth in Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh, India on 9th August 1963.

Sushil grew up in his hometown and studied at Saraswati Shishu Mandir, Pakki Bagh in Gorakhpur. He went to Ranchi to complete his high school from Vikas Vidyalaya, Ranchi. Later, he went to Delhi University and graduated from Hansraj College.

As a teenager, he shot on a black-n-white roll of his Agfa camera. At DU while pursuing cinematography, his batchmates motivated him to make movies on social issues. After graduation, he went to Pune and took a diploma course from the FTII (Film and Television Institute of India). In his initial days of the career, he worked in some advertising agencies in Mumbai as a cameraman.

He worked as an assistant cinematographer in Diksha in the year 1991. In 2007, he became a part Laaga Chunari Mein Daag (2007). It featured Abhisekh Bachchan, Rani Mukherjee, Kunal Kapoor and Konkona Sen in lead roles. The movie revolved around a women’s journey. Laaga Chunari Mein Daag two Filmfare Awards. Sushil got his breakthrough in 2010 with Antardwand.

He directed the film, and it got critically acclaimed. Antardwand gave Sushil his first National Award for Best Film on Social Issue in 2009. It featured Swati Sen and Raj Singh Chaudhary in lead roles; the movie talked about the issue of groom kidnapping in Bihar.

In 2012, director Imtiaz Ali acted in Sushil Rajpal’s directorial Old Monk. Three years later in 2015, Sushil moved on to his next venture, Lootera: Bandits of British India. It became the director’s first TV series based on a historical conflict between the Indians and the British during times of Independence.

Starting his journey in filmmaking with a black-n-white reel camera to winning a National Award, Sushil has come far as a lensman. Today, he is well known among the directors in Bollywood and has carved out an identity for himself. He continues to aspire other budding directors as well.

Ajay Bhuyan Hindi Actor

Ajay Bhuyan

Ajay Buuyan is an upcoming director in Kollywood who wants to experience both in Bollywood and Kollywood. He wants to emerge as the youngest director who came to film industry just because he had a passion for filmmaking. Ajay was born and had his education in Hyderabad. He was a meritorious student, and therefore after completing his secondary examination in Hyderabad, he joined IIT Delhi and had even completed post-graduation in IIM, Bangalore. Post his successful growth as aluminum of ITT and IIM, Ajay joined Procter & Gamble in Singapore and worked in the company for two years. He has supplemented his income from the job he had in Singapore (Procter & Gamble) to enable him to do a Film course at New York University. After doing the film course, he even got a job as the seventh assistant to Hollywood venture 'Inside Man.'The director of ‘Inside Man’ Spike Lee offered him a job to take care of costume in the project. Following his work in a Hollywood project, he returned to India (Hyderabad) and met producer D. Suresh Babu to direct a Telugu film. He got selected as an art director in a Telugu film project 'Tulasi' which was produced by D Suresh Babu. The film had Nayanthara, Venkatesh in lead roles. While working in the set of 'Tulasi,' he came across Telugu director Chandra Siddhardha who was directing Suresh Productions banner movie "Madhumasam." Soon. Ajay got a job as a production designer for the movie 'Idi Sangathi’ which was directed by Chandra Siddhartha which had Abbas, Raja, Tabu in lead roles. While working with Chandra Siddardha in his project 'Idi Sangathi,' Ajay narrated a story which would be a low-budget film. Chandra Siddardha liked the story, and he became a producer of the movie 'Housefull' (2012). In this manner, director Ajay Bunyan’s first film project got rolled over. The film had a cast of Vipin, Aryan, Vega Tamotia, Ali, GowriPandit, and DharmavarapuSubramanyam. This film got completed in just 26 days and had an investment of Rs 1 crore. The film faced Censor Issues as it had adult content and was forced to get a late release. While the movie 'Housefull' was in the process of Censor issues, Ajay met Chandan Reddy who needed an action genre story for Naga Chaitanya. Thus he wrote an action script, but the maker of the film Chandan felt that the text could not justify Naga Chaitanya's age, and hence Ajay wrote another script. This script was unanimously accepted, and the film had a title as 'Dad' which had Kajal Aggarwal. Naga Chaitanya in lead roles. After seeing Ajay Buuyan have directed a new kind of Telugu movie ‘Husefull,’ the production company. Sri Kamakshi Enterprises wanted Ajay Bhuyan to direct the movie ‘Dhada.’ This film got dubbed in Hindi with the same title which was produced by GoldMinesTeleFilms. 'Dhada' was a box-office failure although it had good locations, dance and a significant cost. The director even told a media house that he got carried away by the budget and it stands as the most expensive back-to-back film production cost with the combined value of shooting in foreign locale or dance sequences etc. After two Tollywood venture, he made his attempt to direct 'Amit Sahni Ki List' (2014) which was romantic comedy movie produced by Pyxis Pictures. The lead roles were played by Vir Das, Vega Tamotia, and AninditaNayar. The film got the main plot idea from the story of RohitBanawlikar. In the year 2019, Ajay Bhuyan directed the Hindi movie 'Phir Se' along with a co-director JualKohli. The film was expected to release in 2015, but later on, web film got released on Netflix. This web film star stars Kunal Kohli, Jennifer Winget, Rajit Kapoor and Sushmita Mukherjee.