Shibani Bathija

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Shibani Bathija
OccupationScreenwriter
NationalityIndian

Shibani Bathija is an Indian screenwriter famous for her works in Bollywood films such as Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna, My Name Is Khan and Fanaa. Bathija studied English at DePauw University and Communications at San Francisco State.[1][2] After a period in advertising with SONY, Bathija showed a script to Karan Johar which was then accepted by Yash Raj Films.[1] She served as screenwriter for two 2006 releases, Fanaa[3] and Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna.[4] Her then films included Sanjay Gadhvi's Kidnap and Karan Johar's My Name Is Khan.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ a b "Shibani Bathija '90 is "The Writer of the Moment," Declares Outlook India". DePauw University.
  2. ^ "An International Education:Shibani Bathija (B.A., '99)".
  3. ^ "Newsday Praises New Film Written by Shibani Bathija '90". DePauw University.
  4. ^ ""Eagerly Awaited" Film Co-Written by Shibani Bathija '90 Opens Worldwide". DePauw University.

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