Paritosh Painter

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Paritosh Painter
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Born (1972-01-08) 8 January 1972 (age 46)
Occupation Actor, Director, Writer, Producer
Known for AKBAR BIRBAL on BIG Magic.
Website http://ideasentertainment.in

Paritosh Painter (born 8 January 1972) is an Indian theatre actor, director and film, TV writer.[1] He is the writer of several Bollywood movies, some of which are Dhamaal (2007), Paying Guests (2009), and All The Best: Fun Begins (2009).

Education[edit]

Paritosh Painter did his early schooling at the St.Joseph’s College, Nainital and then attended Maneckji Cooper School in Mumbai. He graduated from Mithibai College with a Bachelors Degree in Science (Chemistry). And then completed his Business Management from NMIMS, Mumbai.

Early career[edit]

Paritosh Painter started his career with a Television Series CAMPUS on Zee TV and then in 1996 established his own Theatre Production Company Ideas The Entertainment Company under the guidance of Dinyar Contractor.

Ideas produced several “Laugh Riots” like WHOSE WIFE IS IT ANYWAY, LIAR LIAR, I DO, I DON’T, MADHOUSE, I LOVE YOU 2, AMAR AKBAR ANN TONI, SEE NO EVIL, HEAR NO EVIL, SPEAK NO EVIL, SEE NO EVIL, HEAR NO EVIL, SPEAK NO EVIL – PLOT 2.

Career[edit]

Paritosh Painter is the writer of several Bollywood movies, some of which are Dhamaal (2007), Paying Guests (2009), and All The Best: Fun Begins (2009). He did his early education from the prestigious St. Joseph's College, Nainital.

Paritosh joined Reliance Broadcast Network as the Network Creative Director. With this role, Paritosh looks into the creation of differentiated content for the Company's television and radio business, including Big Magic and 92.7 Big FM. He reports to and works closely with Tarun Katial at RBNL. Paritosh has been the creative mastermind behind some of BIG Magic’s most iconic shows like ‘Har Mushkil Ka Hal Akbar Birbal - India's first Historical Comedy. His unique story telling technique coupled with some of the best known names on Indian television like Kiku Sharda, Delnaaz Irani, Vishal Kotial and Keeshwar Merchantt have led the show to becoming one of the most watched shows on Indian Television.

He has launched shows like Big Googly with Javed Jaffrey on 92.7 BIG FM and Ali Asgar (actor) on BIG MAGIC. He also launched Narayan Narayan Chulbule Narad ki Natkhat leelayain starring Mantra (actor) on Big Magic.

His latest launches are Total Nadaniyaan on BIG MAGIC - a mad comedy starring Upasna Singh, Gaurav Sharma among others and Indian adaptation of The Middle called Tedi Medi Family. He's also working with Gaurav Gera on developing the famous Shopkeepa Chutki series for the channel.

He was also involved with producing and scripting the Indian television drama series Hongey Judaa Na Hum (2012).

Paritosh Painter is also active in the Indian theater scene, where he is known for writing and producing See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil,[2][3] Get Rid of My Wife,[4] and I Am The Best.[5]

Paritosh Painter also performs as a stand-up comedian with his show called Women Decoded.[6]

Films[edit]

Film Year Role Producer Language
Dhamaal 2007 Actor, Writer Indra Kumar Irani – Maruti International Hindi
Paying Guests 2009 Director, Actor, Writer Mukta Arts Hindi
All The Best 2009 Writer Rohit ShettyAjay Devgan Productions Hindi
Santa Banta 2016 Creative Advisor - Hindi
Poster Boys 2017 Writer Shreyas Talpade – Sony Hindi
Total Dhamaal 2018 Writer Indra Kumar Irani – Reliance Entertainment & Maruti (WIP) Hindi

Television[edit]

TV Show Role Channel
Partners - Trouble ho gayi double Creator and Producer SAB TV
Tenali Rama Story, Screenplay, Dialogues Sab TV
The Drama Company Floor Director Sony TV
Akbar Birbal Writer, Director Big Magic
Adalat Writer Sony TV
CAMPUS Actor Zee TV
Challenge Actor Sony TV
Shagun Actor Star TV
Nadaniyaan Writer Big Magic
Magic’s Kool Creative Consultant & Writer POGO
Honge Judaa Na Hum Producer, Director, Writer Sony TV
Shree Adi Manav Concept / Producer SAB TV
Shree Tashi Sau Concept / Producer Zee Marathi
Home Sweet Home Producer, Director, Writer Zee Smile
Beach – O – Beach Concept / Producer Zee Next / Colors
Karishma – The Miracles Of Destiny Concept / Producer Sahara TV
Bookings Open Concept / Producer Sahara TV

Theatre[edit]

Play Name Year Role Language
Whose Wife Is It Anyway? 1996 Actor, Producer English
Liar, Liar !! 1997 Actor, Producer English
Madhouse 1998 Actor, Producer English
I Do, I Don’t 1999 Actor, Producer, Writer English
I Love You Two 2000 Actor, Producer, Writer English
Amar, Akbar, Ann, Tony 2001 Actor, Producer, Writer English
Ek Se Bhale Do 2002 Director, Writer, Producer Hindi
Uncle Samjha Karo 2004 Director, Writer, Producer Hindi
Paying Guest 2005 Actor, Director, Writer, Producer Hindi
See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil 2006 Actor, Director, Writer, Producer English
Yeh Tedha Ghar, Yeh Medha Ghar 2007 Director, Writer, Producer Hindi
Yeh Dil Maange More 2008 Director, Writer, Producer Hindi
Yeh Kya Ho Raha Hai 2008 Director, Writer, Producer Hindi
Kya Karen Control Nahin Hota 2008 Director, Writer Hindi
Oye Ki Girl Hai 2008 Director, Writer Hindi
See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil – Plot 2 2009 Actor, Director, Writer, Producer English
Get Rid Of My Wife 2010 Actor, Director, Writer English
I Am The Best 2011 Actor, Director, Writer, Producer English
It’s A Kind Of Magic – Comedy Store 2012 Actor, Director, Writer English
WOMEN DECODED 2014 Actor, Director, Writer, Producer English
SELFIE 2016 Director, Writer, Producer English & Hindi

Professional Experience[edit]

  • Writer Singapore India Icon Awards 2014
  • Writer IIFA Awards - 2013
  • Directed & Scripted the ICICI Awards
  • Directed & Script the Times Of India – Pink Slip Awards
  • Directed & Scripted the Times Of India – Rouge Show
  • Directed & Scripted the HSBC – GLT Training Film.
  • Consultant – Funjabi Chak De – Endemol - Star One

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Paritosh Painter". Retrieved 25 February 2014.
  2. ^ "See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil". Mumbai Theatre Guide. Retrieved 25 February 2014.
  3. ^ Mishra, Garima. "Evil Dead". The Indian Express. Retrieved 25 February 2014.
  4. ^ "GET RID OF MY WIFE". Mumbai Theatre Guide. Retrieved 25 February 2014.
  5. ^ "I Am The Best". Mumbai Theatre Guide. Retrieved 25 February 2014.
  6. ^ "Paritosh painters Women decoded". Indianstage.in. Retrieved 25 February 2014.