Dilip Mehta (born 1952 in New Delhi) is an Indian-born Canadian photojournalist and director. Mehta divides his time between New York City, Delhi and Toronto. His work as a photojournalist has appeared in The New York Times, Newsweek, National Geographic and Time. Mehta's five-year coverage of The Bhopal gas tragedy won him numerous prizes including the World Press award and Overseas Press award.
His directorial film debut The Forgotten Woman was inspired by his work on the set of Water. He directed Cooking with Stella (2009), and co-wrote the script with his sister Deepa Mehta. His 2016 documentary Mostly Sunny is a profile of Bollywood actress and former pornographic star Sunny Leone.
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