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Son of a soldier, I was born in Sultanganj in Bhagalpur district, Bihar. My childhood days were spent in an earthy rural life. I was deeply inspired by the rich folk culture of Buddha’s own land, Bihar. Right from the beginning, I Grew up with real images of Melas, Ramleelas, Bahuripiyas, incredible rituals, strong religious milieu and the vibrant Mithila Art. Natural calamities like flood and drought gifted unforgettable images. Changing seasons of rural life on the bank of river Ganga matured into a sense of poetry and language. Wonder years passed chasing steam trains that passed through the fields of my native village. Listening to radio programs made for defense personals was my only window to the outside world. With such a treasure of inspirational experiences a story teller evolved. I am a practicing film maker in Bombay today.

Friday, September 29, 2006

TOMORROW

tomorrow- BLOGGERS MEET DIRECTOR
Bollybloggers from four different countries [GERMANY, SWITZERLAND, AUSTRIA, and USA]will take part in this event and post their reviews on my film at the same time tonight on their own respective blogsites.
This is first such event on any bollywood film, I am honoured that its happening with my debut film 'PRAAN JAYE PAR SHAAN NA JAYE'.


These 'bollybloggers' are my favourites and very popular among bolly-bloggers [blogywood] and are often found in favourite links of bollywood-lover blogs.
I have been reading their reviews and enjoying very human and interesting approach in understanding of bollywood-films.

They are ,Beth Watkins from USA popularly known as ''beth loves bollywood'', oliver from Germany ,Babasko from Austria popularly known as ''baba aur bollywood'' , kaddele from Germany , filmiholic from USA , maria from Germany, marco from Switzerland, mirie from Germany , Bridget from USA popularly known as ''totally basmatic'' and michael from Germany.
cheers.

2 Comments:

Blogger --Sunrise-- said...

Best of luck to you... :)

11:29 PM  
Blogger sanjay jha said...

thank you sunrise and nameste,
jhaji.

4:20 AM  

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