Aarti Bajaj
Indian film editor
Aarti Bajaj
Aarti Bajaj is an Indian film editor. She was married to acclaimed director Anurag Kashyap and has edited all his films till date, apart from other films like Jab We Met and Aamir.
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Posted On Wednesday, August 24, 2011 at 03:15:09 AM - Ahmedabad Mirror
Google News - over 5 years
Well, your diarist has found out that her name is Aaliya — she is Anurag's daughter from his first wife, Aarti Bajaj. Aarti and Anurag had apparently met in college and dated for several years before deciding to tie the knot, but separated around four
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Google News - over 5 years
Mushy, edgy, romantic, heady—Aarti Bajaj can handle it all. Currently busy 'cutting' Ranbir Kapoor's Rockstar, her calm and committed approach to life makes her equally deserving of the title. Aarti moved to Mumbai from Delhi in the 90s and took a
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Anurag Kashyap and Kalki finally get knotty - Mid-Day
Google News - almost 6 years
His was earlier married to Aarti Bajaj and has a ten-year-old daughter named Aaliya with her. The wedding unfolded in true South Indian style in the small town Kalhatty on the outskirts of Ooty. "It was a traditional South Indian wedding that started
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Anurag, Kalki to tie the knot on April 30 - Indian Express
Google News - almost 6 years
It will be the second time around for the 'Dev D' director, who was earlier married to film editor Aarti Bajaj. They have a daughter Aaliya. The 38-year-old director met Kalki, 28, who is of French descent, on the sets of her debut movie 'Dev D'. ... -
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MOVIE REVIEW | 'NO ONE KILLED JESSICA'; An Indian Murder Reverberates on Film
NYTimes - about 6 years
In 1999 Jessica Lal, a model tending bar at an elite nightspot in New Delhi, was shot dead by a customer who was refused a drink. A trial in 2006 acquitted the man, the son of a wealthy former government minister, but he was later found guilty by the Delhi High Court and sentenced to life imprisonment. Even while acknowledging its fictional
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