Komal Nahta

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Komal Nahta
Born (1964-04-30) 30 April 1964 (age 51)
Mumbai, India
Nationality Indian
Occupation Film editor and Film producer
Years active 1980-present

Komal Nahta is the editor and publisher of "Film Information", India's largest film trade journal and a television show host. He is preferred as the No. 1 trade analyst in Bollywood for today's time. He is an anchor of the Trade show ETC Bollywood Business on the Bollywood TV channels ETC and Zee Cinema.[1] He is in the advisory board of Cinema Capital and other top companies. He is the son of film producer Ramraj Nahata.


His interviews are carried by many satellite channels, including CNBC, STAR, Zee, B4U, NDTV, Zoom and Doordarshan. He was also the Bollywood representative of the BBC for almost 10 years. The Asian Development bank(ADB) has appointed him advisor for its film financing division, the first person from the film industry to be so appointed. He has recently launched a new tabloid called "The Film Street Journal".[2]

On 26 April 2010, Nahta replaced Taran Adarsh as the host of ETC Bollywood Business on the Indian TV channels ETC (India) and Zee Cinema (UK). His show airs daily on weekdays at 8:30 pm in India[3] and at 7:30 pm in the UK. On Mondays, the show is about the previous Friday's collections. On Tuesday and Wednesday, Nahta speaks to various artists from the film industry. Thursdays preview films releasing on Friday. On Fridays, Nahta reviews films released on that day.[4][5] The show launched the first episode with Sajid Nadiadwala as the guest. He was also the Editor of Entertainment website koimoi.com.[6]


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