Dheeraj Sarna is a writer and an actor. He is known for his acting in Kutumb in 2000, Chhanchhan in 2013 and Kis Kisko Pyaar Karu in 2015. He is very interested in acting right from childhood. He also wrote the hit show Kahani Gar Gar ki in 2000. He became famous through his writing that were very appreciated by the whole family viewers.

Before he came to Mumbai from Jaipur, he acted in many plays. Earlier he had plans to become an actor. He has acted in the shows which he has written like Hum Paanch, Kutumb and many more. He was nominated for Indian Telly Jury Award for Best Dialogue Writer (Drama series & soap). He also acted in the movie Koi Aap Se.

Deepali Junjappa Hindi Actor

Deepali Junjappa

Deepali Junjappa is an Indian writer of young-adult literature and fantasy fiction novels and screenplay writer. She usually writes stories using her pen name, Dipu Darko. Deepali has spent her childhood in Shillong, India. She started to write poems at her early age, and the first poem she wrote was entitled, The Lady in White, which was later published in The Meghalaya Guardian. Since then, she never stops writing, and her works were published in several local and national dailies. She studied at Loreto Convent Shillong, where she was polished and nurtured by Irish nuns. She took a Master degree in Creative Writing at Macquarie University in Australia. Post graduation, she became a content writer in Australia’s 2Ser Radio and as a reporter for the Indian Express, under the column, The Brief. Subsequently, she entered television and wrote for several television shows on Channel V and Star Plus channels including Hatim (2003), Princess Dollie Aur Uska Magic Bag (2004), Akkad Bakkad Bambey Bo (2005), India Calling (2005), and Suvreen Guggal – Topper of the Year (2012). She also worked on Sony TV’s Indian fantasy television series, Arslaan in 2008. In the year 2013, she facilitated writing workshops, together with Dalanglin Bryson Dkhar under their very own company called Of Heroes and Villains. Her first book was entitled The Twisted Twenties, which was released in 2014 and became a hit with many youngsters. Her next book, Bitchweed is a micro-thriller, which was released in 2016 and was ser in a dystopian universe. Her other book entitled Alamanda was set in her native place, and the characters she wrote were people, who have been part of her growing years. Besides writing, she also dabbles in stand-up comedy and participated in some amateur sketch in New York City. At first, she is into the theater until writing came to her. She also dreams of directing a movie in the future. Deepali is an alumnus of the New York Film Academy, which helps her hone her talent and versatility in writing over the years.

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Khalil Ur Rehman Qamar

Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar is famous for his playwrighting in Pakistani TV series. He was born in 1956. He was famous for “Boota from Toba Tek Singh” which aired on PTV World. He was also famous for “Landa Bazaar” which is a TV Series also on PTV. He was born in Lahore in Pakistan. He was married to Rubena in 1985. He was born in a poor family and had huge interest and passion in writing film scripts. His father was against his interest and habits of writing. So he insisted that him to do a right career, So he became a banker as per his father’s wish. Then he was so depressed about his passion for writing. He does not want to give up his love for writing. He even did not write his own name in Urdu. Then he came back to his dreams, and the famous Hum TV Drama Serial Sadqay Tumhare was released. It was directed by Mohammed Ehteshamuddin and produced by Momina Duraid. It was an autobiography of a writer. He had a great impact in India too. The appreciations of Pakistani dramas in India were also increased because of his excellent writing skills. He implements the creative exchange of culture and believes that a creative pool of both countries talent should be brought together to end the valiant thoughts of war. Out of curiosity from his fans about his inspirations, he once told in an interview that he gets his inspirations from Allah. He also admits that he is not the well-read in Urdu and gives Allah credit for his writing abilities. He also depicted this fact once in his drama by a 7-year-old boy who completely relies on one and only one god Allah. His famous quoting were “Love and falling in love are never old-fashioned.” When he talks about love, he likes to talk about the intensity of love which is the prerequisite of love itself.

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Khalil Ur Rehman Qamar Hindi Actor