Manoj Tyagi is one of the famous directors and screenplay writers in Indian Film Industry. He was born in the year 1974 and brought up in Delhi. He is an MBA graduate and has worked for corporate companies like Xerox, Canon, ABN AMRO bank, which is in Mumbai. Manoj Tyagi started off his career as a screenplay writer in the film industry as a co-writer for Madhur Bhandarkar Madhur Bhandarkar is an Indian film director, writ >> Read More... 's movie ‘Satta which was critically acclaimed but did not receive a commercial success. Over a period, he wrote screenplay to movies like Aan: Men at Work, (2005), Mumbai Salsa Click to look into! >> Read More... , Corporate (2006) and Jail (2009). All these movies were a hit at the box office.

He won the National award for best screenplay and a national award for the best feature film for the movie “Page 3”. He has also won the Filmfare award for best screenplay for the movie page 3 at the 51st Filmfare awards. His first directorial debut was in 2007 with the movie Mumbai Salsa produced by Vikram Bhatt Vikram Bhatt (Born 1969) is a prominent film direc >> Read More... . After that he also wrote a couple of films for Vikram Bhatt under the Banner ASA Films. He has also worked with Madhur Bhandarkar, who is a famous Director.

His movies wherein he was a screenwriter and also wrote dialogues were Aan: Men at Work, Page 3 (2005), Mumbai Salsa, Corporate (2006), Jail (2009), Maya, Inkaar (2013), Heroine (2012), Taxi No.9211 (2006), Apaharan (2005) and Ek Ajnabee Click to look into! >> Read More... (2005).



Manav Kaushik Hindi Actor

Manav Kaushik

Manav Kaushik was born in a small town near Delhi on September 22, he is an acclaimed actor, scriptwriter and has been an assistant director in 1942: A Love Story. He is well known for the role he played of Surendra Kaptaan in the film Omkara. Being the youngest and the brightest among the three sons, Manav received National Scholarship while completing his basic education in Sonipat, he shifted to Delhi and took admission in Delhi University. While studying, he actively participated in various debating and poetry competitions and hosted radio shows for All India Radio (A.I.R). 1983, the pivotal year in his life, he went to Switzerland and completed Post Graduation in Hospitality Management and worked in Horgen, close to Zurich. After returning from Switzerland, he joined India's prestigious educational institution Bharatiya Vidya Bhawan, Delhi Chapter, to establish School of Hospitality Management and Tourism and served as the Course Director of the same for four years until the year 1990. While his tenure at the Institute, he was introduced to the Bollywood while making short films for the school, and then he finally took a step to realise his dreams to become a storyteller by shifting from Delhi to Mumbai. After nine months of struggle he met famous Indian director and producer Mr. Vidhu Vinod Chopra and joined him as a trainee and soon became the Assistant Director of one of the landmark films of India, 1942: A Love Story. He then started his acting career with the movie Kareeb with a small role but was appreciated for his role of Ram Kumar in the movie. After that Manav Kaushik has done various roles in Bollywood, most of which came in Vishal Bharadwaj’s films, namely Maqbool, Omkara and Matru ki Bijlee ka Mandola. Manav has also written the script for the famous Hindi TV show, Chitrahaar. Manav Kaushik worked as researcher and scriptwriter for more than 400 films and TV shows; he has contributed to Indian cinema in all the facets which also includes holding film based workshops and working as a 'script doctor' for various film projects and is married to Sandhya Gokhale since 27th April 1986. Some lines were written by Manav: “I constantly wanted to be somebody, but I should have been more precise. I knew that I was a gifted fool, but then nothing in me was foolproof. And I gathered one thing in this Mumbai city of celluloid imaginings that if at the outset you do not achieve something, wipe out all substantiation that you have attempted. Ultimately I got the golden opportunity and got a break when I told this specific director that “thieving ideas from one person is plagiarism, but stealing from many is exploration.” And before I could become conscious I had already become the part of so-called Bollywood. “


Raju Odedra

Raju Odedra is a screenwriter, who has given the television industry numerable hits. The writer is known for his comic timing through his screenplay and for his hysterical satires. Raju began his career as a writer in the Indian television industry and has managed to give blockbuster sitcoms like ‘ Tarak Mehta Ka oolta chashma ‘ Raju, with his partner Rajan Upadhyay has managed to produce the finest comedy show in the country with this drama serial. Raju, has managed to grasp the attention of the Indian audience for all these years trough his exceptional fictional comic writing. A major highlight of his career is the fact that he has been awarded ‘’ Best Comedy/Sitcom writer’’ from the Indian Telly Awards, in the year 2010 and he was also nominated for the star guild awards. This show may have been the shining remarkable era of his career, but, there are other important aspects about this phenomenal writer. Raju, along with his writing partner Rajan holds the record of writing 1200 successful episodes of a popular television show called ‘’ Silly Lalli ‘’ down south. Raju has managed to gain popularity with his writing through other successful sitcoms such as ‘’Hum Saath Aatha hain’’, ‘’ Gulli danda’’, ‘’Funny’’, for the Indian television domain and has also managed to rope hit shows in the regional sector. With shows like ‘’Pa Pa panu’’, (kannad comedy) and ‘’Diyar dhamal toh bhabhi kamal’’, for Guajarati television, he retained his streak of popular shows. Raju Odedra is a writer who has managed to grow in terms of his work, not only is he a recgnised name in the television industry in Mumbai but also across other regions. The magical comic moments that he has managed to create through his writing skill, will remain in the memory of the audience forever.

Raju Odedra Hindi Actor