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Imtiaz Ali

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Imtiaz Ali (born 16 June 1971) is an Indian film director, actor and writer. In 2005, he made his directorial debut with the film Socha Na Tha. However, it was his third film Jab We Met (2007) that brought him success and fame. His 2009 film Love Aaj Kal gained much critical success, and was declared a super hit at the box office. His latest movie Rockstar (2011) was also a commercial success.

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To give an unconventional and personalised touch to the trailer launch of his upcoming next, Highway, film-maker Imtiaz Ali got his 13-year-old daughter, Ida, to host the event.  

Filmmaker Imtiaz Ali says his penchant for bringing romance on celluloid results from the absence of a love story in his real life.

Filmmaker Imtiaz Ali recently read out a letter by author Ruskin Bond (inset) at the Mumbai Film Festival (MFF). The 80-year-old writer's novella, A Flight of Pigeons, was based on the acclaimed 1979 film, Junoon, which was revisited and presented by Ali at the festival.

They shot in Delhi for their hit collaboration, Rockstar (2011), and now after three years, actor Ranbir Kapoor and film-maker Imtiaz Ali are all set to travel to the capital yet again for their new venture.

Filmmaker Imtiaz Ali has finally opened up about his divorce from wife Preety (in 2012).
Filmmaker Imtiaz Ali says says it was "overwhelming" to announce the first show of his movie at the 64th Berlin International Film Festival, where it had its world premiere.
Highway was not a smooth drive for filmmaker Imtiaz Ali. In an interview, the director says he faced a lot of trouble while shooting this Alia Bhatt, Randeep Hooda-starrer. To begin with, nobody was ready to produce it.
Despite rave reviews from critics, Imtiaz Ali's Highway made a meagre Rs. 3.42 crore on Friday.
Ask filmmaker Imtiaz Ali  if he agrees with the view that Highway is his best so far and he says, "To be ­honest I would want every ­latest film of mine to be my best. But I don’t know if it is my best film. But yes! It is my best film so far." He lashes out at critics who wrote off his recent film Highway; says criticism has to be positive.
Imtiaz Ali, one of the successful filmmakers of Bollywood, says Subhash Ghai made a huge contribution to his growth in the field of filmmaking.

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