Sujeet Sawant or Sujeet Subhash Sawant is an Indian Production Designer for films, best known for his work in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s 2015 epic historical romance film, Bajirao Mastani.

Sujeet honed his skills with an ample stunt in the advertising and graphic designs fields. He forayed in the film industry and has worked in films like Devdas (2002), Swades (2004), I am (2011), and Mirch (2012) to name a few.

He studied an Engineering course and became popular for outstanding aesthetics with a powerful logic and outstanding skills that render the vision of many film directors to sets that can rank from a hut to a palace, with an equal composure and a notable finish.

Sujeet, along with the two art directors of Bajirao Mastani, bagged an award at the Start Guild Awards for their outstanding work in the film. In 2016, he also received the Best Art Direction Award at the Times of India Film Awards (TOIFA) for the same film.

In partnership with Sriram Kannan Iyengar, an assistant director, the duo launched their very own production company and named it Yantra Designs. They have done over a hundred television commercials, music videos, and films like I Am, Dil Jo Bhi Kahein, Agent Vinod, Mirch, and Bajirao Mastani.

Vintee Bansal

Vintee Bansal is a Delhi-based young lady who made her way into the Bollywood through the film Queen movie starring Kangana Ranaut directed by Vikas Bahl. She worked as production designer for this flick and won the hearts of many critics. Before coming to movies, Vintee Bansal studied interior designing in Delhi and worked as an interior designer as she found that field very fascinating. Her first debut picture is Love Aaj Kal and worked as an assisted designer director for Teddy Maurya. While she was in Mumbai during a vacation, Vintee Bansal met an art director and a sent her resume. She received an offer letter in two days and started her career in Hindi movie industry. Though it was not very struggling to make her platform in Bollywood, she believes that it was challenging. Before movie Queen, she worked as an assistant for few art moviemakers making films and advertisements. Later she realized that she needs to learn quality work and applied for the production designer post for the picture Queen. Finally, she got a call from the production house Phantom Films. In the movie, Queen she shot the Indian part and explored all her creativeness and thinking. Her work is to create the heroine’s house and her room where most of the shooting happens. Keeping in mind that the actress is from a middle-class family, Vintee Bansal developed everything, and it was accurately suited for the situation. She took care to show uniqueness in her shooting but still taking care of Delhi backdrop. While talking in an interview, Vintee Bansal explained that Punjabis have a bold taste in dressing and house designing. Keeping that in mind, she used colors such as blue, pink and black for the home also made is look like an old traditional home. Vintee Bansal used so much food and decorations to make it look real wedding. She trusts that art should support the script and both have to work accordingly. Talking about the filmmaker, Vikhas Bahl, she told that he is very encouraging and helping in nature. She explained that she learned so many new and fresh ideas from him and helped her develop professionally. After Queen, Vintee Bansal worked for the picture Fugly starring Jimmy Shergill; it also brought her good name for her work as a designer. After Fugly, she worked as an art director for the picture Roy in 2015 cast Ranbir Kapoor. Though it is not a commercial hit, her work was recognized by everyone as she managed retro and modern style wonderfully.

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Vintee Bansal Hindi Actress

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