Vikram Bhatt is an Indian film director, producer and now an actor. He was the creative head of ASA Productions and Enterprises Pvt. Ltd.. Bhatt is the grandson of Vijay Bhatt from, one of the pioneers of the Indian film industry, the son of cinematographer Pravin Bhatt. At the age of 14, in 1982, Bhatt started his career with director Mukul Anand in Anand's first film, Kanoon Kya Karega. Bhatt assisted Mukul Anand as the chief assistant on the sets of Agneepath; this film turned out to be a cult classic, though not successful at the box office. Subsequently, Bhatt worked with director Shekhar Kapur for two and a half years and with director Mahesh Bhatt for two years approximately, he has been an assistant director on the sets of several successful films including Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke and Junoon. His career as a director began with the film Jaanam, produced by Mukesh Bhatt, his first four films did not fare well at the box office. Following this, he had a string of successful films such as Ghulam, Kasoor and Awara Paagal Deewana.
After Awara Paagal Deewana, He gave flops like Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage, Deewane Huye Paagal" and ""Ankahee"". In 2008, Bhatt came back with the horror genre and he delivered three films that were successful at the box office. Shaapit and Haunted – 3D. In 2010, Bhatt introduced stereoscopic 3D for the first time in India with his film Haunted – 3D. In 2012, Bhatt's Raaz 3D recorded domestic box office collection of 729 million after the 3rd weekend and the overseas collection was at 46 million. Riding high with the success, Bhatt is writing another horror-thriller for Bipasha in the central role, with a more shocking image than Raaz 3. Following the success of Raaz 3, Vikram Bhatt's written Hindi horror movie 1920: Evil Returns, directed by debutant Bhushan Patel topped the first weekend collection chart at the box office and the approximate collection was Rs 124.3 million nett. The movie further collected approx Rs 37.5 million nett in the second Weekend, taking the total to Rs 228.6 million nett.
The film has been declared a'Hit'. Soon after, Bhatt signed a deal with Bhushan Kumar's T-Series to produce 5 films of sci-fi, thriller and horror genre. Two of the films will be directed by Bhatt himself. In early 2013, Bhatt announced his upcoming projects, Creature 3D, India's First 3D Monster Movie with Bipasha Basu in the lead role and 1920 London, third in the 1920 series. Vikram Bhatt will mark his foray into Marathi cinema with'Ek Doosrey Ke Liye', which will be directed by Ashwini Kumar Patil. Starting from 16 February 2014, he would be seen hosting the TV Show Ishq Kills based on Real Life Romances on Star Plus. Bhatt's movies, 1920: Evil Returns's social media promotion campaign was studied by Indian Institute of Management Bangalore; the management institute assessed Internet campaigns. This case study is published by Harvard Business Publishing and is being used by students in the US, Norway and Sri Lanka. Bhatt's scripts for Khamoshiyan, 1920: Evil Returns and 1920 are set to turn into novels and release in January 2015.
Bhatt was married to his childhood sweetheart, Aditi Bhatt, they have a daughter, Krishna Bhatt. Bhatt was dating Ameesha Patel for five years. Bhatt shares a great bond with his daughter and she has been assisting him on his sets. Dastak Aetbaar Bardaasht Yakeen Ankahee Three- Love and Betrayal Hate Story 1920: Evil Returns Ankur Arora Murder Case Khamoshiyan 1920 London Ghost Chehre Muthirai 1920 Three- Love and Betrayal Lanka Hate Story 1920: Evil Returns Dangerous Ishq Horror Story Hate Story 2 Bhaag Johnny Hate Story 3 Gehraiyaan Untouchables Zindabaad Zakhmi Tantra - Twisted Twisted 2 Maaya Maaya 2 Spotlight Spotlight 2 Rain Faceless Hadh Bhaag Johnny as Jinn Khamoshi as Dev's Father Ghost as Doctor Singh, Barkha's father Filmfare Awards1999:nominations, Best Director: Ghulam 2003: nominations, Best Director: Raaz Vikram Bhatt on IMDb
Veena Cabreros-Sud is a Canadian-born Indian-American television writer and producer. She is best known for developing the American television drama The Killing, based on the Danish series Forbrydelsen. Sud was born in Toronto to a physician born in India, and Jessica Cabreros, a nurse born and raised in the Philippines. She grew up in Indian Hill, Ohio, a suburb near Ohio, she is of Filipino heritage. Sud graduated from Cincinnati Country Day School in 1985 and attended Barnard College, where she studied political science and women's studies and served as university senator. After graduating from Barnard in 1989, she spent several years working as a journalist at Pacifica Radio and at the media-watchdog group Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting; when she was 28, she enrolled at New York University's film school and received a Master of Fine Arts degree from the Film and Television program at NYU. After graduation, Sud directed MTV's The Real World before moving to Los Angeles, where she was hired as an episode writer for the short-lived 2002 television series Push, Nevada.
Shortly afterwards, Sud was hired as a writer for the CBS police drama Cold Case. After three seasons, she was promoted to executive producer, a role she served for the show's fourth and fifth seasons. Sud went on to develop The Killing, a crime drama based on a popular Danish series; the series earned her a Writers Guild of America award nomination. In 2018, Sud developed the limited series Seven Seconds, a Netflix crime drama inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement. Sud was the marketing and distribution director for Third World Newsreel, which specializes in films by and about people of color; the Lie Seven Seconds The Salton Sea The Killing Cold Case Push, Nevada Sorority Life The Real World I Stop Writing The Poem One Night The Appointment Stretchmark Won the San Francisco International Film Festival Certificate of Merit in Film & Video - Short Narrative Nominated for Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series Nominated for Writers Guild of America Award for New Series Won Black Reel Award for Outstanding Television Movie or Limited Series Won Black Reel Award for Outstanding Screenplay, TV Movie or Limited Series with Shalisha Francis Veena Sud on IMDb