After graduating in Economics Honors and Law and training
in Business Management, Bharat Dabholkar is today the Managing
Director of Publicis India (part of the fourth largest advertising
conglomerate in the world).
He is the
man behind the legendary Amul Butter advertising and has won
awards for excellence in advertising for 14 years in a row.
Has also won International awards for creative excellence
given by the International Federation of Advertising Agencies.
Read papers in International Advertising Convention in Chicago
and Okalahoma, USA.
Writer - director of Bottoms up, the longest running musical
entertainer in the history of English theatre in India. (The
only Indian play to be reviewed by the Time Magazine). Also
the writer-director of the second longest running musical
- entertainer. (Bharat Dabholkar? Oh no not again!) And, hold
your breath, the third longest running entertainer (Monkey
Business) in Indian theatre history. In addition, 19 other
superhit musical comedies.
Writer - director of two children's plays, (including India's
biggest musical muppet show) Has performed his plays to packed
houses in every major town in India and also in the US, the
UK, Hong Kong, Singapore, Bangkok, Jakarta, Nairobi, Muscat
Writer director of a Hindi serial starring Sunjay Dutt, Govinda,
Anil Kapoor among others.
and anchored India's first advertising show on Zee Network
called The Dream Merchants.
Conceptualized and anchored India's first realty show Shock
TV for Star Network. The British press described him as 'a
theatrical invention of "Hinglish" a combination of highly
literate English with colloquial Hindi phrases….'
Acted in Bollywood Blockbuster with Shahrukh Khan, Jackie
Shroff, and under the direction of Ram Gopal Verma. Also acted
with the demi God of Tamil Cinema Rajnikant in his home production.
Conceptualised and creatively supervised a music video based
on a patriotic song 'Unki yaad Karen' composed by Naushad
and written by the Prime Minister Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
Advertising copywriter, a professional model, a stage/film
actress and now the Vice President, Why Not. She has recently
been 'the face of the young Global Indian' in a rockumentary
produced by Mick Jagger, featuring the Rolling Stones during
their visit in India. The short film carries extensive footage
of Ananya, some excerpts of God only Knows (as a symbol of
a new kind of cross-cultural film) and the enigma Mick Jagger's
visit to the sets of the movie.