Mr ATUL KUMAR
Atul Kumar is an Indian television and Bollywood writer from Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. From 2013 to 2014, Kumar was an assistant/associate director for the Big Magic television Series, Vishwas Ke upar Astha. Kumar began his career and after assisting Raaj Shaandilyaa for 3 years he wrote for many shows like Kya Haal, Mr. Paanchal? and Sajan Re Phir Jhooth Mat Bolo. He wrote for several TV shows and now he is working on his new upcoming Web series and Films.
|🏫 Education||Amity University, Lucknow|
Film Writer in Mumbai
|📆 Years active||2015-present|
|Comedy circus, Comedy classes, yaaro ki baraat|
|Works||Bhoomi, Freaky Ali|
|🏡 Home town||Kanpur|
|Television||Kya haal Mr Panchaal, Sajan re phir jhoot mat bolo, Yaaron Ki baraat|
|Title||youngest indian film maker and businessman|
During his college annual function, Director Roshan Abbas was among the chief guests and he loved Atul’s creative presentation. In fact, he suddenly went on to the stage and offered Atul a job in Mumbai. How can he say no to this opportunity? Atul quit the job after two months when he realised that this was not what he was aspiring to do as a job. At that time, he was exploring the streets of Mumbai and facing many rejections but his family always supported him.
He joined a Big Magic show as an assistant director. He was offered 2 more projects even before that show could wind up. “Film direction is very detailed work”, Atul recalls and adds that, “you have to learn a lot of tiny and technical details.” He was learning a lot but nothing was taking him there where he wanted to reach. So he returned to his hometown for a while. After 7 months, he came back to Mumbai and while doing a project he met Writer/Director Raaj Shandilyaa and started assisting him in 2015. Finally, things changed and then he worked in a number of famous shows with him and independently too in series like Sajan Re Phir Jhoot Mat Bolo, Kya Haal Mr Panchal? etc.
Atul Kumar also worked as creative producer for some ad films. He signed and coming with new films probably this year.
Atul Kumar was also prone to changes, but only in changing schools. He took Commerce in School and later on applied for B.Com. By the time he completed his graduation, his preferences changed and took a different turn. He did his Masters in Mass Communication from Amity University and shifted to Lucknow. He was doing everything he could, but Mumbai was still a far dream for him.