Rajat Arora

Rajat Arora in 2017 Rajat Arora (born 23 July 1975) is an independent screenwriter who has worked in the Indian film and television industry for over two decades.

His speciality lies in punch-packed dialogues and he has delivered a spate of hit movies like ''Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai'' (2010), ''The Dirty Picture'' (2011), ''Kick'' (2014), ''Gabbar Is Back'' (2015) and ''Taxi No. 9211'' (2006).

His versatile writing pans most genres including action, comedy-drama, superhero stories, romantic musicals as well as biopics.

''Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai'' (2010) is a critically acclaimed gangster movie. This blockbuster gained a cult status, especially for its powerful, motivational and insightful dialogues that have become street-speak for Indian audience.

Another cultish movie ''The Dirty Picture'' (2011) is loosely based on the life and times of a South Indian actor. Rajat Aroraa's script for ''The Dirty Picture'' riled up a feminist discourse and shook the conservatives of Indian society.

"The naughty dialogues (Rajat Aroraa) of the film which add immense flavour to the proceedings. It's a no-holds-barred screenplay which rightly refuses to treat sex as a three letter word. ''The Dirty Picture'' is definitely not only your film for the week, but is a seminal work that will be studied in feminist discourses."

''Baadshaho'' (2017), a period action-thriller was directed by Milan Luthria and starred Hindi Film superstar Ajay Devgn. The movie did well and the dialogues received audience appreciation.

''AZHAR'' (2016), a biographical sports drama based on life of the most controversial Indian Cricket Captain was produced by Sony Pictures and Balaji Telefilms.

Hindi dubbed version of the International blockbuster ''Captain Marvel'' (2019) was scripted by Rajat Aroraa. It retained the core essence and emotions of the original and was yet relatable for Hindi speaking audience. As Aroraa said in a statement, "It is a very significant film being the first Marvel female superhero film and I am thrilled to be a part of the project!".

Rajat's next is ''Thalaivi'' - a trilingual biopic based on life and times of J. Jayalalithaa, late politician and film actress who served as the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, with Kangana Ranaut playing the lead.

Also in production is the Hindi remake of Telugu super hit film ''RX 100'' to mark the debut of Ahan Shetty, son of veteran actor Suneil Shetty. Provided by Wikipedia
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