Rajesh Bhatt’s most remarkable movie – “Kaun Hai Jo Sapno Mein Aaya”. was highly appreciated in Cannes Film Festival, featuring—2004.
Rajesh Bhatt Cine-crafts-man Who Knows the Art Of Winning Friends And Influencing Others.
The real friend of friends is the rare Gem of men. Perhaps he knows the art of winning friends and influencing others. His co-operative nature, artistic bent of mind and love for movies, music and mags, have played a major role in his popularity, good will and above all his respect in film folks. He has the distinction of developing cordial relations with top film personalities and the men who matter in Bollywood.
He is Rajesh Bhatt – Film Director, who is in Mumbai since 1988 and who started his film career, just as an Assistant, to fulfill his ambition of becoming a Film Director. He always dreamt of becoming a Film Director.
Rajesh Bhatt (Film Director), is a Commerce Graduate. He entered the City of Dreams, Mumbai, in 1988 and made his debut as full fledged director, with Nazarr, starring Ajit, Sujit, Kasturi, Amulya, Mukesh Khanna, Laxmikant Berde and Mohan Joshi. It had musical score by Dilip Sen – Sameer Sen and it was released in 1997.
The ardent fan of Amitabh Bachchan, Rajesh Bhatt admits that filmstar Vidhya Sinha had helped him a lot, to turn his dream into reality.
This is a rare distinction for an Indian film director.
Now His Aim is Oscar only.
‘Mussoorie Moon’ is his underproduction film, which is going to be his Best Directorial Venture. His biggest scoring point is that he has the largest number of friends, well wishers in the film circles.
Listening to Music, Traveling to Hill Stations, Watching Cricket and Hockey are few of his hobbies. Friends and Well wishers are his strength. He dis-likes people who tell lies and hurt others.
As a Film Director he has a lot of respect for Mahesh Bhatt.
His Favorites include:
Movies: Deewaar, Autumn in New York, Mera Naam Joker, Khilona(Sanjeev Kumar), In the Mood for Love (Japanese), Silent Wedding (Romanian)
Music: Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar, Laxmikanth Pyarelal and R.D. Burman
Film Directors: Raj Kapoor, Steven Spielberg, Mahesh Bhatt and Ravindra Peepat (his Guru ji)
Film Artistes: Sanjeev Kumar, Amitabh Bachan and Ajay Devgan
Lyrics Writer: Anand Bakshi & Gulzar
Film Writer: Kader Khan
Much inspired by the movie ‘Waaris’ directed by Ravindra Peepat. It gives a message about breaking the old customs and bringing a change in the society in a positive way.
Book: Sai Satcharitra, God Who Walked on Earth by Rangaswami Parthasarathy
Food: Indian – Dal rice and chapatti, Veg Pulav
Flower: Rose and Mogra
One-liner: Sab Ka Malik Ek
More: Be Good & Do Good and Never Hurt Anyone.
“Always thankful to God”