Born in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, on June 13, 1965, Taran Adarsh is an Indian movie critic, film trade analyst, editor and journalist. He is also a former motion picture screenwriter, producer, and director. He is the child of Jayamala Adarsh and B.K. Adarsh, a producer, and director. He is a nephew of Ramraj Nahata, a producer Adarsh is a cousin was Komal Nahata, a movie critic.

He is the famous movie critic of Bollywood. His reviews are on the top of every Wikipedia page of the newly discharged motion picture. He adores listening to R.D. Burman’s music. Some of his favorite motion pictures are Baby by Neeraj Pandey, Bahubali by S. S. Rajamouli and Pyaar Ka Punchnama by Luv Ranjan.

At 15 years old, he started pursuing the career in journalism. He worked for a weekly box office magazine Trade Guide as the editor. Adarsh directed, produced and composed with Asif Merchant the Television mini serial Hello Bollywood in 1994.

The series featured Kashmira Shah and Shehzad Khan as the lead characters. Though he entered the world of cinema, he proceeded with his work on Trade Guide magazine as a journalist alongside. Adarsh began hosting a TV show name B BIZ in 2007. On the show, he would give reports of box office about movies and interviewed celebrities.

This show was by ETC, a Bollywood trade channel. It aired on Bollywood Hungama and Zee Tv. In 2009, Adarsh scripted and produced one more thriller film name, Fox. The motion picture starred Sunny Deol, Udita Goswami, Arjun Rampal and Sagarika Ghatge.

In 2011, he anchored a star chat show named Talking Cinema With Taran Adarsh broadcasted on Music India channel, which involves filmy gossip, movie reviews and box office reports. In 2011, Adarsh got into the controversy with actor Shahid Kapoor on Twitter.

It was about the movie Mausam featuring Shahid Kapoor and Sonam Kapoor, where taran posted about the film collection on an opening week with figures. Taran gives some great reports concerning abroad figures on social networking site Twitter.

Since Dookudu by Srinu Vaitla, he had turned into a standard hotspot for Overseas accumulations for Telugu motion pictures from that point forward. Most recent two years had seen numerous Telugu films changed in Hindi from that point forward Taran is pulled in towards Telugu movie trade and commerce.

At the point when Telugu film lovers are expecting a straightforwardness in Telugu motion picture trade, the appearance of analyst expert such as Taran Adarsh is laudable.

Ramesh Behl Hindi Actor

Ramesh Behl

Ramesh Behl was an Indian film director and producer who has predominantly worked in Hindi Film Industry. He was well-known for his calm and helping nature. He was born in Maharashtra in a middle-class family. His father was a government official. He got married in 1967. He had a son named Goldie Behl, who himself is a well-known filmmaker. He completed his schooling from his hometown. He has a keen interest in dramas and plays since his childhood. He also used to watch movies a lot. As a kid, he used to watch dramas and street plays held in his locality. He also used to love reading books and was a good reader. He also used to write short poems on various genes. Some of his poems were published in the newspaper. After completing his schooling, Ramesh Behl decided to study Literature. He took arts as an additional subject in college. He used to work with his friends to make short films. After completing his college, he decided to enter Indian Film Industry. With all his experience in direction, he worked as an assistant director in various short films. In 1978, he worked as a director in the movie Kasme Vaade. The film’s star cast included Amitabh Bachchan, Raakhee, Randhir Kapoor, Neetu Singh, and Amjad Khan. The movie went fairly well and everyone appreciated his work. In 1983, he worked as a director in the film Pukar. The star cast of the film included Amitabh Bachchan, Randhir Kapoor, Zeenat Aman, and Tina Munim. The movie is about the freedom fighters, fighting to liberate Portuguese from Goa. The songs of the movie were super hit. The movie went fairly well at the box office but Ramesh Behl’s work was appreciated along with the entire team. In 1984, Ramesh Behl gave the best movie of his life. The name of the movie was Jawaani, a romantic love story, starring Sharmila Tagore, Anupam Kher, Moushumi Chatterjee, Jatin Malhotra, Karan Shah, and Neelam Kothari. Later in 1987, he directed as well as produced Apne Apne, a drama film, starring Jeetendra, Hema Malini, and Rekha as lead artists. The movie didn’t go well in theatres and was considered as the flop at Box office. He also worked as a producer in many Hindi movies; some of the movies he worked in are Indrajeet, Anjaane Rishte, Jawaani, Baseraa, Kasme Vaade, Dil Diwana, The Train, and others. He also worked as an actor in the movie Anjaane Rishte, Kanku Ki Kimat, Humshakal, and Anamika. On 5 January 1990, Ramesh Behl died due to a heart attack.


Vijay Bhatt

Vijay Bhatt was an Indian producer and director. He was born with the name Vrajlal Jagneshwar Bhatt on 12th of May in the year 1907 in Palitana, Gujrat which was a part of British India. He died at the age of 86 in Mumbai on 17th of October. He started working in the year 1929 and worked until 1977. He was married to Rama Bhatt. Along with being a noted director and producer, he also made his name as a screenwriter. He is known for movies like ‘Ram Rajya’ which released in 1943. 1952’s Baiju Bawra, Goonj Uthi Shehnai of the year 1959 and 1965’s Himalaya Ki God Mein. He is the founder of Prakash Pictures and Prakash Studios. Prakash Pictures is a film production company which produced over 64 feature films. Prakash Studios is situated in Andheri East, Mumbai. Bhatt was also one of the founding members of the famous ‘Film and Television Producers Guild of India'. Benkunwar Bhatt and Jagneshwar Bhatt were the parents of Vijay Bhatt. They provided him with a modest upbringing. His father was a railway guard at Palitana, Bhavnagar district, Gujarat. In his twenties, Vijay moved to Bombay along with his brother, Shankarbhai Bhatt, who became a noted producer later. Meanwhile, Vijay completed his Intermediate in Science stream from St. Xavier’s College. He received a diploma from a correspondence course in “Electrical Lighting and Traction” from London. After the electrician’s diploma, Vijay started working in a Bombay Electric Supply and Tramways Company Limited (BEST). He worked there till he was promoted to the position of Drawing Office Superintendent. Although by this time he had already scripted for Gujarati theatre, a meeting with Ardeshir Irani became a turning point in his life. Irani introduced Bhatt to the owner of Royal Film Company studio, Abu Husain. Abu liked his script and this became his debut in Hindi Cinema. The script was for director K P Bhave’s ‘Vidhi Ka Vidhan’, a silent film. Irani produced two more scripts written by Bhatt: Ghulam,and Pani Mei Aag in the year 1991. He eventually produced his silent film ‘Delhi Ka Chhela’ in the year 1919. He also directed many noteworthy flicks in Marathi, Gujarati, and Hindi Cinema. His film Ram Rajya was a big hit and was shown to Mahatma Gandhi in the year 1942. In the year 1947, he took it to the US where it was shown in Museum of Moder Art, New York. His film in 1952 – Baiju Bawra ran for 100 weeks in Mumbai and became a Diamond Jubilee hit.

Vijay Bhatt Hindi Actor