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Occupation  Film director, writer
Parents  Chhel Vayeda
Role  Film director
Name  Sanjay Chhel
Years active  1990s–present

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Born  14 OctoberDwarka, Gujarat, India
Awards  Indian Telly Jury Award for Best Dialogue Writer (drama series & soap)
Nominations  Indian Telly Award for Best TV Lyricist
Movies  Maan Gaye Mughal‑e‑Azam, Khoobsurat, Kill the Rapist?, Kyaa Dil Ne Kahaa, Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji
Similar People  Rumi Jaffery, Aziz Mirza, Neeraj Vora, Paresh Rawal, David Dhawan

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Sanjay Chhel is an Indian film director, writer and lyricist.

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Early life

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Sanjay Chhel was born on 14 October 1967 at Dwarka in Gujarat, India. He spent his childhood in Mumbai. He is son of art director and production designer Chhel Vayeda.

Career

As his father was a production designer who worked with several play producers, he was inspired to write his first one-act play, Ubhi Chavi Adi Chavi which was very successful. His one-act play Crossword Puzzle gave his recognition. His experimental play Prakaran 1956 was well recognized. He wrote more than 30 TV serials including Rangaberangi, Amasna Tara, Nukkad and Philips Top Ten. He directed and produced a TV series Hum Sab Baraati (2004) for Zee TV.

He has written or directed more than 25 films. He debuted in film industry by writing Pehla Nasha (1993). He debuted in direction with Khoobsurat (1999). He wrote story of Kachche Dhaage (1999), Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani (2000), Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya? (2005), Partner (2007), Kismat Konnection (2008). He wrote dialogues and lyrics of Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji (2011). He directed Kyaa Dil Ne Kahaa (2002). He wrote and directed Maan Gaye Mughal-e-Azam (2008) which turned commercially unsuccessful. His film Patel Ki Punjabi Shaadi produced by Bharat Patel is in production.

He wrote several popular Hindi film songs including "E Shivani...", "Nikamma Kiya Iss Dilne", "Mahobbat Hai Mirchi..", "Do You Wanna Parter..".

He wrote short stories which were published in Navneet Samarpan, Janmabhoomi, Abhiyan, Parab, Sarvani magazines. He wrote column in Samkalin in 1989-90. He again started writing weekly column, Andaz-e-Bayan in Divya Bhaskar in 2009 which became popular. He writes weekly columns in Gujarati dailies, Mumbai Samachar, Gujarat Mitra, NavGujarat Samay, Kutch Mitra, Phulchhab.

Personal life

He is a strict vegetarian. He married his classmate Zankhna and they have a son, Osho.

Films

  • Rangeela (1995) - dialogues
  • Yes Boss (1997) - dialogue
  • Kachche Dhaage (1999) - story
  • Khoobsurat (1999)
  • Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani (2000)
  • Love You Hamesha (2001) - story
  • Kyaa Dil Ne Kahaa (2002)
  • Krishna Cottage (2004) - lyrics
  • Jo Bole So Nihaal (2005) - story
  • Partner (2007) - story
  • Maan Gaye Mughal-e-Azam (2008) - Director
  • Kismat Konnection (2008) - screenplay
  • Good Luck! (2008) - screenplay
  • Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji (2011) - lyrics
  • Patel Ki Punjabi Shaadi (upcoming, 2017)
  • Kill the Rapist?
  • Indu Sarkar (2017) - writer, dialogues
  • TV series

  • Hum Sab Baraati (2004)
  • Filmy Chakkar (1994–96)
  • Mast Mast Hai Zindagi (Filmy Chakkar - Season 2) (1997)
  • References

    Sanjay Chhel Wikipedia


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