Rohit Mittal is a young independent filmmaker who predominantly works in Hindi film industry. He has directed the Hindi films like Autohead (2016), Megalopolis (2018) and Kshanik (2013). His film Autohead is been considered as one of the most innovative films of the year’s Mumbai Film Festival and immensely appreciated by all.
|Born||6 March 1987|
|Profession||Filmmaker and director|
Rohit Mittal was born on 6 March 1987 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. He was graduated in B.E (Electrical Engineering) from VIT University, Vellore. After graduation, he got placed in the top MNC company and worked for few years. Later which he quit the job to pursue his career in the field of Filmmaking.
Rohit Mittal and Shweta Basu Prasad first met through the director, Anurag Kashyap at Phantom Films but after one year of marriage. They get separated.
he started his career as a filmmaker and did a course in filmmaking from New York Film Academy, Los Angeles.He then made his Bollywood debut as an actor and filmmaker in 2016 with the film ‘Autohead.’Before making her acting debut, Rohit had made a short film, Kshanik (2013).He has also worked in the camera and electrical department for Hollywood short films like ‘Walk of Light’ (2013), ‘Chypre’ (2014), ‘Chasing Apatow’ (2014), etc.He also played the role of a nurse in the Hollywood short film ‘Walk of Light’ (2013) and director in the Bollywood film ‘Autohead’ (2016).
In 2016, Rohit worked as an associate director for the Anurag Kashyap‘s film ‘Raman Raghav 2.0.’
Rohit Mittal and Shweta Basu Prasad first met through the director, Anurag Kashyap at Phantom Films.