Shibani Bathija

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Shibani Bathija
Occupation Screenwriter
Nationality Indian

Shibani Bathija is an Indian screenwriter famous for her works in Bollywood films such as Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna , My Name Is Khan and Fanaa . Bathija studied English at DePauw University and Communications at San Francisco State. [1] [2] After a period in advertising with SONY, Bathija showed a script to Karan Johar which was then accepted by Yash Raj Films. [1] She served as screenwriter for two 2006 releases, Fanaa [3] and Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna. [4] Her then films included Sanjay Gadhvi's Kidnap and Karan Johar's My Name Is Khan .[ citation needed ]

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References

  1. 1 2 "Shibani Bathija '90 is "The Writer of the Moment," Declares Outlook India". DePauw University.
  2. "An International Education:Shibani Bathija (B.A., '99)".
  3. "Newsday Praises New Film Written by Shibani Bathija '90". DePauw University.
  4. ""Eagerly Awaited" Film Co-Written by Shibani Bathija '90 Opens Worldwide". DePauw University.
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