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"Indians laugh at institutions, or at stereotypes. A comedy writer should tap into that feature": Vijay Krishna Acharya

Vijay Krishna Acharya, aka Victor, is a scriptwriter with a vision. "My aim, while writing comedy, is to strike a balance between serious and comic elements without sounding preachy," he says. Seems like this English Literature graduate from Kanpur has actually put to use all the 'techniques of...

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'I wouldn't mind writing a funny love story' : Shridhar Raghavan

At 32, Shridhar Raghavan already has a wealth of experience tucked away.

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"If the storyline is powerful, you can catch your audience and say 'watch it!" : Javed Sayyed

Ever since Javed Sayyed's first directorial venture Heena went on air in 1998, the soap has been one of Sony's key programmes. Heena's success has brought other serials his way. But Javed Sayyed is better known in the Indian film industry for his brilliant and sensitive editing.

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'For any successful TV project 60% of the credit should go to the writer' : Ashok Pandit

Ashok Pandit shot into prominence with Filmi Chakkar - one of the more successful comedies on satellite TV. Soon after he made Tere Mere Sapne, a serial that depicted the story of a joint family set in today's milieu. He also has to his credit one of the most successful countdown shows on satellite...

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'A slight slip in control can make comedy appear inane' : Manjul Sinha

Manjul Sinha saw his first movie when he was all of two days old. Films have since been an obsession for him. Born into a "filmi family",- they owned a cinema hall in Patna - Sinha always wanted to be a director. So after graduation in English Literature from the prestigious Hindu College, the...

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