Juhi Chaturvedi

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Juhi Chaturvedi
Born1975 (age 4546) [1]
Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India
OccupationScreenwriter
Alma materMount Carmel College, Lucknow
Notable works

Juhi Chaturvedi (born 1975) is an Indian screenwriter who works in Hindi films. An advertising professional based in Mumbai, Chaturvedi has written scripts for Bollywood films Vicky Donor (2012) Piku (2015), October (2018) and Gulabo Sitabo (2020). [2]

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She won the 2013 Filmfare Award for Best Story for Vicky Donor (2012), the National Film Award for Best Original Screenplay and Best Dialogues and the 2016 Filmfare Award for Best Screenplay for Piku (2015).

Early life and background

Born and brought up in Lucknow, Chaturvedi graduated from Lucknow College of Arts. [3]

Career

Chaturvedi started her career as a freelance illustrator with The Times of India Lucknow edition. She shifted to Delhi in 1996, when she joined advertising with Ogilvy & Mather as an art director. In 1999, she moved to Mumbai office of the agency. In 2008, she joined McCann followed by Bates in Mumbai, [3] where she was creative director. She worked with director Shoojit Sircar on ad films for brands like Titan watches and Saffola. She also wrote the dialogues for Shoebite , Sircar's second film, which had Amitabh Bachchan in the lead role, but it got cancelled. [1] [4]

During her stay in Delhi, she lived in Lajpat Nagar, an experience she used in scripting her first film, Vicky Donor. [1] She was awarded the IRDS Film award for social concern for her story Vicky Donor. [5]

In July 2013, she joined advertising agency, Leo Burnett Mumbai as Executive Creative Director. [6]

Filmography

YearFilmStoryScreenplayDialogueNote
2012 Vicky Donor YesYes Filmfare Award for Best Story
2013 Madras Cafe YesYesYes
2015 Piku YesYes Filmfare Award for Best Screenplay
National Film Award for Best Original Screenplay
National Film Award for Best Dialogues
2018 October YesYes
2019 The Sky Is Pink Hindi Dialogues
2020 Dharala Prabhu YesYesRemake of Vicky Donor
2020 Gulabo Sitabo YesYesYes Filmfare Award for Best Dialogue
Nominated–Filmfare Award for Best Story

Accolades

YearNotable workAwardsCategoryResultRef.
2013 Vicky Donor Filmfare Awards Best Story Won [7]
Star Screen Awards Best StoryNominated [8]
International Indian Film Academy Awards Best Dialogues Won [9]

[10]

Best Story Nominated
Producers Guild Film Awards Best StoryWon [11]

[12]

Best DialoguesWon
Best ScreenplayNominated
2016 Piku Filmfare Awards Best Screenplay Won [13]
Star Screen Awards Best Dialogues Won [14]
Jagran Film FestivalBest ScreenplayWon [15]
National Film Awards Best Original Screenplay Won [16]
Best Dialogues Won
International Indian Film Academy Awards Best Story Won [17]
Best Dialogues Won
Producers Guild Film Awards Best StoryNominated [18]
Best ScreenplayNominated
Best DialoguesNominated
Zee Cine Awards Best Story Won [19]
Best Screenplay Won
Best Dialogue Won
2021 Gulabo Sitabo Filmfare Awards Best Story Nominated [20]
Best Dialogue Won

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