Lalit Marathe was born in Mumbai. He is a writer by profession and has not been a part of many flicks. Only three of his stories has been launched in the big screen and has created enough space for him in the industry; all the three films were immensely popular among the people. Lalit rose to limelight when his first flick, “Bhoot”. The film was released in 2003 and has Ajay Devgn and Urmila Matondkar in the lead role. The picture starts with Ajay and Urmila shifting to a new villa which they bought at a very low price. Urmila becomes suspicious of the deal and comes to know that a lady who was living in the house committed suicide after killing her son; however Ajay does not believe in ghosts and supernatural powers. As the story continues, Ajay encounters the change in the behaviour of his wife and comes to know that she murdered their watchman. They come to Manjeet (the lady who committed suicide) possessed Urmila’s body, and it was Sanjay, an admirer of Manjeet who visited the house and tried to molest her but when she tried to escape from him, she accidently fell from the balcony. Manjeet’s son witnessed the whole scene who was later murdered by Sanjay. To the end of the story, Sanjay is arrested and sent to jail and is assumed to be killed by Manjeet.

With the success of his debut movie, his second movie Swades: We, The People. The picture released in 2004. The plot of the film is very simple and is about Mohan, who is working in NASA and visits India to look for the maid who raised him up. He founds him in Charanpur a village which does not have the minimum requirement for the people, seeing the condition of the town, Mohan plans to set up a hydro power plant which can produce electricity for the people living there. Seeing the deprived situation, Mohan resigns from NASA and start working in India to serve the nation. It received great reviews, and the critics appreciated the work. The picture had the patriotic magic, and the people liked it. Shahrukh Khan and Gayatri Joshi played the lead roles in the flick, and it grossed $342 million worldwide.

Lalit launched his first directorial film in 2011, Shabri which was about the first lady criminal of a movie, the picture was produced by Ram Gopal Verma and Lalit wrote the script of the picture.

Harsh Limbachiyaa Hindi Actor

Harsh Limbachiyaa

Harsh Limbachiyaa is a popular Indian television scriptwriter. He writes scripts of the comedy genre and currently he is involved in the scriptwriting for the shows like Comedy Classes aired on Life OK channel and Comedy Nights Bachao aired on Colors TV channel. Apart from his career, currently he is in the limelight because of the India’s funniest ever woman Bharti Singh who is to tie the knot with him this year. Bharti is the laughter icon of Indian television and got popular through playing the character of ‘Lalli’ in a comedy show. The couple is dating from the past few years despite being the fact there is an age gap of more than 5 years between them. Harsh is younger than Bharti but as we know love and affection take no boundaries. The couple fell in love as they belong to the same genre and had worked for the same project for a and had spent lot of long time together. They worked together on their first project for a show titled Comedy Circus of the Sony Entertainment Network’s channel. Bharti in an interview revealed her plans about the wedding and is planning to tie the knot later this year. Harsh’s rumored wife Bharti says that she wants to lead a normal life after the wedding and also dream of being a typical housewife by cooking Indian food and looking after her children. Bharti also says that she expects her beau to be mature and be of a very understanding nature. Before the commitment for marriage their romance was under the wraps but after that, the lovebirds are very open about their relationship and don’t hesitate in clicking pictures and posting them on the social media. The couple got reported of kissing each other in a car by a newspaper daily. The man who saw the romantic couple said that their smooch lasted longer than the one of Aamir Khan and Karishma Kapoor in the film “Raja Hindustani”. But seeing these reports Bharti got upset that her personal life need not be discussed and is none of any other person’s concern as it affects her image and bothers her family too. In a recent post of Bharti on social media, she posted a picture along with Harsh captioning about the trip with him in Europe. The couple looks forward to having a great marriage and living a happy life together.

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Prayag Raj

Prayag Raj has been a profound name in Film Industry for a long time. He tried his hands at almost everything including acting, writing, singing, composing, direction, etc. Not only has he done Indian films, but he has also been a part of a few International movies as well. He also loved working in the theater and television as evident in his long career. He was born in Allahabad, an eastern U.P. City, and is happened to be named after the city. His father, Ram Das ‘Azad,’ was a well-known poet of his time. His father died when he was young, and so he started working to support his family financially. He used to work for the Prithvi Theatres in Mumbai and continued with his education alongside. After struggling for a few years initially, he started getting good jobs in the industry. He has two sons Aditya Raj and Rahul Raj. Rahul is in the film industry and dubs Hollywood movies into Hindi. Aditya was initially in the industry as an assistant director but later decided to leave the industry. He started acting after the Prithvi Theatres closed. His first movies were Aag (1948) and Awara (1951). He got his first writing job in the 1963 movie Phool Bane Angaare. During his initial struggling days, he befriended Shashi Kapoor, who introduced him to Ismail Merchant and James Ivory. This trio did a lot of films including the famous movie, The Householder, for which he wrote the Hindi dialogues. As a director, he did a few movies like Paap Aur Punya (1974), Ponga Pandit (1975), Chor Sipahee (1977), etc. His stint as a director didn’t last long as the movies weren’t much of success. But he has directed for a vast variety of actors. He has also done several screenplays like in Gurudev, Parvarish (1977), Roti, Aa Gale Lag Jaa (1973), etc. He has written a lot of movies like Jhuk Gaya Aasman (1968), Dharam Karam (1975), Amar Akbar Anthony (1977), Ganga Jamuna Saraswathi (1988), etc. He has acted in Jab Jab Phool Khile (1965), Bombay Talkie (1970), In Custody (1993), The Guru (1969), etc. his screenplay write-ups have made a recognized personality in the film fraternity. In 1983 he also sang a song ‘Accident Ho Gaya’ for Lakshmikant-Pyarelaal’s movie, ‘Coolie.’ He was alongside Asha Bhosle and Shabbir Kumar. In the song Junglee, he gave the opening note ‘Yahoo.’ He has also worked as a lyricist with music director Anu Malik in movies Mard (1985) and Allah Rakha (1986). He is an experienced and inspiring personality who is today one of the most successful among the scriptwriters.

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Prayag Raj Hindi Actor