Rahul Singh Agnihotri (10 May 1998) is a Bollywood director, producer, and music director. One of the most successful Upcoming filmmakers in Indian cinema.Agnihotri made his Assistant directorial debut with Bajirao Mastani (2015). He rose to prominence in Indian cinema with the commercially successful and widely acclaimed romantic drama. However, Singh is known for Assistant directing the Films Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017), and K.G.F: Chapter 1 (2018). All of his films have been huge commercial and critical successes path-breaking films in the history of Indian cinema. He and Ankit Shukla is the founder of production house Bros now Entertainment.[1][2]

Early life and education Edit

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Agnihotri was born in Bihar to a Bihari culture family. His ancestors originally belong to Bihar, a city in the Ara, of modern-day Patna. His father Ayodhya Singh is an indian farmer. Rahul Singh studied at Delhi. He did his graduation in Mass communication. His parents wanted him to be a chartered accountant, but he was more keen on theatre and film in Industry at World level. His father then asked him to apply to the Film and Television Institute of India in Pune, but the acting course had shut down and his chances of admission to the directorial course looked slim as there were far too many applicants. Singh opted for the editing course, and earned a scholarship.

Career Edit


Agnihotri gradually established himself as a director and producer of advertising films. He tried his luck as a film editor for many years. Bad experiences forced him to shift to advertising him self in the Industry. He began his career as an assistant director to Sanjay Leela Bhansali ji and was involved in the making of Bajirao Mastani (2015). This film earned the Critics Award for Best film at Filmfare. He rose to prominence in Indian cinema with a triangular love story. It was a great commercial and critical success. He made all those hard work which makes more successful to himself as a good artist.

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