Shirish Kunder

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Shirish Kunder
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Born Shirish Kunder
(1973-05-24) 24 May 1973 (age 42)
Mangalore, Karnataka
Occupation Writer, Producer, Director, Editor and Composer
Spouse(s) Farah Khan (2004–present)
Children Czar, Diva, Anya

Shirish Kunder (born 24 May 1973) is an Indian Film Writer, Producer, Director, Editor and Composer.

Early life[edit]

Shirish Kunder was born in Mangalore, Karnataka. He studied Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering from SDM College of Engineering and Technology in Dharwad, Karnataka.


He worked for Motorola. He later entered the film industry as an editor, edited the movie Champion (2000).[citation needed] The editing of Farah Khan's Main Hoon Na in 2004 brought him fame.

Kunder then turned to directing. His directorial debut was titled Jaan-E-Mann. Apart from editing and composing the background music score. he also wrote the story, screenplay and dialogues. The film starred Salman Khan, Akshay Kumar and Preity Zinta, and was released on 20 October 2006. The film was a commercial failure. He then produced Tees Maar Khan his wife's 3rd directorial venture. The film was panned by critics but was declared a semi-hit at the box office.

Personal life[edit]

On 9 December 2004, Kunder married director and choreographer Farah Khan, who is eight years his senior. She gave birth to their triplets, son Czar and daughters Diva and Anya, on 11 February 2008 at Mumbai's Jaslok hospital. Sajid Khan is his brother-in-law.



Writer (Story-Screenplay-Dialogues)[edit]

Background Music Score[edit]

Music Director[edit]



Sound Designer[edit]

Sound Editor[edit]

Promos Designer[edit]