Vishal Bhardwaj

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Vishal Bhardwaj (6 de agosto de 1965), es un director de cine , escritor, guionista, compositor y cantante de playback o de reproducción indio.

Biografía[editar]

Bhardwaj nació en Bijnor pero se crió en Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, hijo de Satya Bhardwaj, una ama de casa, y Bhardwaj Ram, un escritor y poeta popular. Su padre era empleado del gobierno y un inspector de la caña de azúcar. Como un hombre joven, Bhardwaj se trasladó a Nueva Delhi. Cursó su licenciatura en la Universidad Hindú de Delhi, donde nutrió su talento y también conoció a su esposa, Rekha Bhardwaj. Él también participa en teatros de Nueva Delhi.

Carrera[editar]

Bhardwaj comenzó su carrera como cantante participando junto a otros poco conocidos como Ghazal en los festivales de distintos eventos como en el Pragati Maidan de Nueva Delhi. Él se introdujo más tarde a R.V. Pandit, quien le ofreció un trabajo en su compañía discográfica en la CBS en Nueva Delhi.

Filmografía[editar]

Año Película Personaje Notas
2012 2 States Director, Compositor
Dedh Ishqiya Producer, Composer
2011 7 Khoon Maaf Director, Producer, Composer,
Writer (Dialogue & Screenplay)
2010 Ishqiya Composer, Writer, Producer Winner, National Film Award for Best Music Direction
Nominated, Filmfare Best Music Director Award
2009 Kaminey Composer, Director,
Writer (Dialogue & Screenplay)
Nominated, Filmfare Best Director Award
Nominated, Filmfare Best Music Director Award
2008 Haal-e-dil Composer
U Me Aur Hum Composer
2007 No Smoking Composer, Producer
Nishabd Composer
Dus Kahaniyaan Writer (Dialogue & Screenplay)
Blood Brothers Director, Writer (Dialogue)
Migration Writer (Dialogue)
2006 Omkara Composer, Director, Writer (Dialogue & Screenplay) Winner, National Film Award - Special Jury Award
Nominated, Filmfare Award for Best Director
Winner, Cairo International Film Festival, Best Artistic Contribution in Cinema of a Director
Winner, Kara Film Festival, Best Music Director
Nominated, International Indian Film Academy's Popular Award for Best Dialogue, Best Director, Best Music Director, Best Screenplay (shared) & Best Story
2005 The Blue Umbrella a.k.a Chhatri Chor Composer, Director, Producer Winner, National Film Award for Best Children's Film, shared with Ronnie Screwvala
Ramji Londonwale Composer
Bhagmati Composer
2003 Maqbool Composer, Director, Producer, Writer (dialogue & screenplay) Winner, International Indian Film Academy's Technical excellence award for Best Dialogue & Best Screenplay (shared with Abbas Tyrewala)[1]
Nominated, Golden Kinnaree Award for Best Film at Bangkok International Film Festival
Winner, Zee Cine technical Award for Best Dialogue and Best Screenplay
Nominated, Zee Cine Award for Best Director & Best Story
Paanch Composer
Chupke Se Composer
Danav Composer
Kagaar: Life on the Edge Composer
2002 Makdee Composer, Director, Producer, Writer (Story & Dialogue) Winner at 2nd Place, the Adults Jury Award, at the Chicago Children's Film Festival in the 'Live-Action Feature Film or Video' category
Mulaqat Composer
2001 Love ke liye kuch bhi karega Composer
Choo Lenge Akash Composer
2000 Dil Pe Mat Le Yaar Composer
1999 Hu Tu Tu Composer
Godmother Composer Winner, National Film Award for Best Music Direction
Jahan Tum Le Chalo Composer
1998 Daya Composer Malayalam film
Chachi 420 Composer
Satya Composer
Sham Ghansham Composer
1997 Betaabi Composer
Tunnu Ki Tina Composer
1996 Maachis Composer Winner, R D Burman Award for New Music Talent
Sanshodhan Composer
1995 Fauji Composer

Música y dirección[editar]

  • Barse Barse (2011)
  • Ishqa Ishqa
  • Boodhe Pahadon Par
  • Jungle Book

Playback o Reproducción[editar]

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