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SUDHIR k

“Good projects are hard to come by”

From assisting ace cinematographer Ashok Mehta to becoming a full-fledged professional, Sudhir K Choudhary has proved a point with his recent releases Background I hail from a village in Old Delhi but I spent my childhood in Dehradun in a boarding school. It was in Dehradun that I got ...
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My Friend, Ashok Mehta

Ashok Mehta’s story is an inspiring tale of someone who transformed from a NOBODY to a LEGEND as a cinematographer … a real legend of Indian cinema. And you become a legend only when your work inspires generations and they aspire to match your heights. You become an institution ...
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Subhash Ghai remembers his biggest supporter

Like every day, even now, every morning right from me to everyone in my family... we all wait for Sachin-da. It is very difficult for each one of us to accept that he’s no more. He was more like a family to me and visited us twice or thrice, every ...
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