Sharat Katariya

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Sharat Katariya (born 15 June 1978) is an Indian film director and screenwriter.

Katariya started out as an assistant director to Rajat Kapoor during the making of Raghu Romeo. He also worked in as a lyricist on the film. Apart from this he has written dialogues for films Bheja Fry and Sunglass.

Sharat has also worked with Vishesh Films, Kunal Vijaykar on his directorial venture - Fruit & Nut and Deven Khote.

Sharat Katariya worked as the first assistant on Rok Sako To Rok Lo and as an assistant and writer for Raghu Romeo. Sharat’s film That’s What My Dad Used to Say was shown at the Ethnofilm and Berlin Film festivals. Sharat worked on a short film, Long Distance Call [1] starring Ranvir Shorey. In 2006, Sharat penned lyrics for Mixed Doubles.[2]

His directorial debut film 10 m Love (2010) was based on William Shakespeare's play 'A Midsummer Night's Dream', and with Rajat Kapoor, Tisca Chopra and Purab Kohli as leads.[3]

Filmography[edit]

Writer
Director

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.karafilmfest.com/KaraFilm2005/films_shortsIV.htm
  2. ^ IMDB. https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2703505/
  3. ^ "10 ml Love: People told me not to make this film, says director Sharat Katariya". IBNLive. 2010. Retrieved 2014-04-25.

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