Rajan Shahi

  • Visionary
  • Creative
  • Pioneer
  • Philanthropist
  • Leader
  • Director
  • Producer
  • Flim-Making

  • Neha Sargam

    Nivedita (Main lead) in Chand Chupa Badal Mein

    The first time I met Rajan Sir never felt like I was meeting him for the first time. He is one of the most important persons in my life. Rajan Sir is very affectionate, compassionate, emotional and most adorable. He is like a father figure to me and I often end up calling him my "papa bear". He is full of enthusiasm and makes any other person feel the best in his presence. He is absolutely down to earth even after achieving so much in life, and a great producer. He reminds me of the sight of those parents who go to pick their children from boarding schools in their summer vacations...and the kids go running to their parents and are cuddled and pampered. He is the topmost producer/ director.

    I feel so fortunate and extremely proud to know a person like him. And the entire Director's Kut family is a reflection of Rajan Sir. They all have been extremely kind to me. The DKP family is very special to me. I’ve been extremely fortunate to be blessed with the opportunity of working with the best production house in the television industry. I wish Rajan Sir success, good health and all the best in life. I don’t have words to express my gratitude towards Rajan Sir and DKP.

  • Sulagna Panigrahi

    Sakshi ( 2nd Wife of Alekh )in Bidaai

    Few are blessed to work with a producer like Mr Rajan Shahi. Although I worked with him only for four months, it was a life changing experience. I firmly believe that good things happen to good people and Rajan Sir's success proves this point. Bidaai was our third attempt to work together and I’m very glad that I did the show, as God had bigger plans for me. Working in Bidaai was my best experience so far, as the show was well set, there were no production problems and everything was very professional. I was skeptical, thinking that all the actors would be really close and I would feel like a complete outsider, but everyone welcomed me with open arms. The close bond Rajanji shares with all his actors even after a show gets over, shows what a great human being he is, unlike other producers who usually avoid actors once a show gets over.

    I still don't know what prompted him to suggest my name for Murder-2 but I can never thank him enough for it, and I am glad he did. Each time I thank him, he just tells me, " Don't thank me, we are all just means it’s because of your talent." I remember calling him before signing the film, I was a little unsure about it as it wasn't the lead technically. He told me to go for it as it would only take my career forward and I am glad I took his advice. After the film's release, making him proud was the proudest moment for me.