Dheeraj Sharma (filmmaker)
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|Born||20 Feb 1982|
Dheeraj Sharma (born Feb, 20, 1982) is a social worker and a documentary film maker based in Delhi, India. He is best known for directing the documentary film Nashebaaz- The Dying People of Delhi that is based on the topic of homeless drug addiction in Delhi.   His works are mostly based on exploring the dark subjects of society. He is also the director of the NGO - Team Pages. In 2017, a clip from his film became viral that showed the harsh reality of solvent abuse in homeless children in Delhi that later became an Internet Meme.
Sharma was born on Feb 20, 1982 in Delhi, he attended The Delhi United Christian school, Delhi. He currently also works as a paramedic expert at Kasturba Gandhi Hospital, Delhi.
- "अब मिलेगा कमलेश को 'सुलोचन' से छुटकारा, सोशल मीडिया पर वायरल हो रहा है वीडियो". NDTVIndia. Retrieved 2018-01-30.
- "Viral video of a 13-year-old ragpicker 'addicted to solution' shows a horrifying reality". The Indian Express. 2017-10-09. Retrieved 2018-01-30.
- "'Nashebaaz' director slams memes made on Kamlesh". Inshorts - Stay Informed. Retrieved 2018-05-29.
- Nair, Nithya (2017-11-09). "Stop Sharing Kamlesh Memes! Nashebaaz's Director Dheeraj Sharma Terms Trolls 'Insensitive'". India.com. Retrieved 2018-05-29.