Prakash Jha is an Indian director, writer, and producer who is known for making films like Damul, Raajneeti, Gangaajal, Satyagraha, Chakravyuh, and many others. His film Damul won the National Award in the year 1985. Prakash makes multi-starrer films based on political issues. Two of his documentaries Faces After The Storm (1984) and Sonal (2002)have also won National Awards. He is also a producer and owns a production house called Prakash Jha Productions.
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Girlfriend / Spouse
Prakash has dated –
- Deepti Naval (1985-2002) – Prakash and Deepti tied the knot in 1985 and they have an adopted daughter named Disha. They got divorced in the year 2002.
Prakash Jha Facts
- He made his debut with the film Shree Vats in 1982 which was a documentary.
- He also acts in some of his films.
- Prakash was born in a family of zamindars.
- He quit college so that he could prepare for the UPSC exams.
- Prakash did not have a very good relationship with his parents as they did not want him to pursue film making.
- He first came to Mumbai to become a painter.
- While he was in college in Mumbai, he worked at a restaurant for INR 300.
- He has made several documentaries for Film Divison Of India.
- He made his first feature film in the year 1984 which was called Hip Hip Hurray.
- His film Damul won the National Award in 1985.
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Facts of Prakash Jha
- Gender Male
- full namePrakash Jha
- birthplaceBettiah, Bihar, India
- Date of Birth February 27, 1952
- Age 69 years 9 months
- Horoscope Pisces
- Lucky Number 10
- Lucky Stone Aquamarine
- Lucky Color Sea Green
- Best Match for Marriage Cancer, Scorpio
- net worth$10 million
- professionProducer, Director, Screenwriter, Actor
- weight70 kg or 154.5 lbs
- height5 ft 10 in or 178 cm
- hair colorSalt and Pepper
- eye colorDark Brown
- body type / buildSlim
- collegeRamjas College, Delhi University
- fatherShri Tej Nath Jha
- brothersPrabhat Jha, Praveen Jha
- favorite moviesAshani Sanket (1973), Teesri Kasam (1966), Ankur (1973), Manthan (1976)