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51th Directors’ Fortnight May 15-25, 2019

Rabindra Dharmaraj

Rabindra Dharmaraj died in 1981. He was an Alumini of St Steven’s College, Delhi, was an all India radio news reader. He became War correspondent in Vietnam for junior Statesman. He returned to India and joined the Advertising Companies. He lent his voice for many successful Ads in movies and also for Indian news review of film Corporation of India. He was an under study to Francis Ford Coppola before directing and producing the Award winning Art film at cannes film festival Chakra. Only after his death did they release his film. Naseeruddin Shah and Smita Patil owe their fame to him.