Manjul Sinha is an Indian television director.
After passing high school from sainik school tilaiya  and later graduating from the Film and Television Institute of India in Pune in 1977 Manjul Sinha came to Bombay in pursuit of a career in direction. After directing many small television advertisements, his first major break was with Yeh Jo Hai Zindagi, which was among the first sitcoms on Indian television. At that time Indian television viewership was seeing a new dawn, colour television having just arrived, and Yeh Jo Hai Zindagi became very popular: cinema halls ran empty during the half-hour show on Friday night.
In 2004 he was included on the panel of judges for the 29th Radio and Television Advertising Practitioners' Association of India (RAPA) awards.
- "An Interview with Manjul Sinha". 19 May 2001. Retrieved 2007-04-23.
- Manjul Sinha listed at the FTII Alumni Association
- 29th RAPA Awards raps with creative glitterati - Indiantelevision.com's Media, Advertising & Marketing Watch
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