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Rajat Kapoor: 95 percent of the Hindi films being made are not sensible!
Filmmaker-actor acts in Hindi movies, directs in the same language, but says he doesn’t watch them as good Hindi movies are few and far between
Rajat Kapoor‘s directorial ventures include Mithya and Mixed Doubles and he has acted in over 30 films, both mainstream and non-commercial. His performance was appreciated in Phas Gaye Re Obama, Bheja Fry, Monsoon Wedding and Dil Chahta Hai among others. Click here to read more
Rajat Kapoor: Masala films came in and my kind of cinema was pushed back
Bollywood potboilers Wanted and Dabangg minted over Rs.100 crore at the box-office. But from acclaimed actor-filmmaker Rajat Kapoor’s perspective, they impacted the growth of his “kind of cinema”, which includes offbeat entertainers like Bheja Fry and Mithya
In the past decade, he has directed just five films – Raghu Romeo, Mixed Doubles, Mithya, Fatso! and the forthcoming Ankhon Dekhi. Rajat Kapoor has no regrets. “It is very difficult to get producers, but I’m happy about the fact that I made five films in the last 10 years. Click here to read more
Shahrukh Khan, Katrina Kaif, Amitabh Bachchan show their rare side!
Photographer Meenal Agarwal captures Bollywood’s glitterati in the most unlikely of moods and moments
When the sun’s shining bright Meenal Agarwal’s romancing the Hasselblad (a medium format, war time camera), but when the brightest star sets, she steps into the big boots of a production designer. Click here to read more
When Resul Pookutty appreciated 10ml Love, I thought he was just being nice to me: Sharat Katariya
The Bheja Fry writer makes his directorial debut with the Rajat Kapoor-Tisca Chopra starrer 10ml Love. He has been around for a long time, and has been working in close collaboration with Rajat and gang ever since he started out.
Sharat Katariya learned filmmaking from Jamia Millia Islamia in Delhi, and came to Mumbai to make films. He started his career by assisting Rajat Kapoor in Raghu Romeo, and now after about a decade, his maiden directorial venture, 10ml Love, hits the marquee. Click here to read more
Rajat Kapoor: The camera loves Gul Panag
The Fatso director talks about his forthcoming film, his passion for cinema and the changing scenario of Bollywood which gives him hope
He made his presence felt in Farhan Akhtar’s debut film, Dil Chahta Hai and since then Rajat Kapoor has made a name for himself as an indie filmmaker churning out niche projects like Mithya and Mixed Doubles that defy existing industry norms. Click here to read more