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
, 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
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
and Sagarika Ghatge.
In 2011, he anchored a star chat show named Talking Cinema With Taran Adarsh broadcasted on
channel, which involves filmy gossip, movie reviews and box office reports. In 2011, Adarsh got into the controversy with actor
It was about the movie Mausam featuring Shahid Kapoor and
, 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
, 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.