Raj N. Sippy

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Raj N. Sippy
Born Raj Sippy
Mumbai, India
Occupation Director
Producer
Screenwriter
Years active 1978–2010

Raj N. Sippy (born 6 March 1948, India) also known as Raj Sippy, is a senior Indian film director and producer concentrating on Bollywood films. He was very prominent in the 1980s, with successful films. His major success were ! Inkaar, Satyamev Jayate and Mahaadev with Vinod Khanna, Satte Pe Satta with Amitabh Bachchan, then Boxer and Baazi with Mithun Chakraborty He directed Satyamev Jayate, the come back film of Vinod Khanna after his Osho stint.

He has also directed Akshay Kumar's debut film Saugandh and Sanjay Dutt - Jeetendra starrer Thanedaar.

Sippy directed the unsuccessful Jimmy, Mimoh Chakraborty's launch pad. Consequently, his other film featuring Mimoh, Hamilton Palace, is still unreleased.

Filmography

References

External links

  • Raj N. Sippy on IMDb


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