Rajesh Krishnan Indian film Maker, Screen Writer And Producer In the Mumbai Film Industry

Rajesh Krishnan
Rajesh Krishnan
Rajesh Krishnan “Loot Case”

Rajesh Krishnan is one of the most brilliant minds in the creative field. He is prominently known for his humour centric television commercials. He recently garnered a lot of praise for directorial debut, ‘Lootcase.’

A true blue Mumbaikar, Rajesh Krishnan belongs to a traditional Pallakad Iyer family from Mumbai’s Goregaon. Post pursuing a Bachelor’s in Commerce, he went onto complete his post graduation in advertising and communications from Narsee Monjee institute of management studies.

Rajesh Krishnan
Rajesh Krishnan
Rajesh Krishnan

Rajesh Krishnan

He developed a taste for meaningful content at a young age, Mel Brooks, Jacques Tati and the Coen Brothers being his inspirations. He has also worked his way with words being a copywriter for various eminent firms like Contract, Enterprise Nexus and O&M.

Rajesh Krishnan
Rajesh Krishnan
Rajesh Krishnan

In the year 2007, along with Producer Ameya Dahibhavkar, Rajesh founded Soda Films, a boutique advertising production house. His directorial skills for TVF’s critically acclaimed web series’ ‘Tripling’ was highly appreciated.

Rajesh Krishnan
Rajesh Krishnan
Rajesh Krishnan

Rajesh Krishnan co-wrote and directed ‘Lootcase’ in the year 2020. His company Soda Films co-produced the film along with FoxStar Entertainment. Theatrical release was pushed owing to the pandemic and the movie was finally remeaed on Disney+Hotstar.

References:-
www.blogsyear.com/bollywood-amitabh-praised-kunal-khemus-performance-lootcase-director-rajesh-krishnan/

www.imdb.com/name/nm8392933/

www.boxofficeindia.co.in/makers-lootcase-introduce-director-rajesh-krishnan-different-style-watch-video

www.republicworld.com/entertainment-news/bollywood-news/lootcase-director-rajesh-krishnan-shares-his-first-reaction-on-invite.html

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