Home / Celebrities / Aseem Bajaj Net Worth

Aseem Bajaj Net Worth

How rich is Ashim Prakash Bajaj?

Ashim Prakash Bajaj net worth:
Under Review

Ashim Prakash Bajaj information

Ashim Prakash Bajaj information

Birth date: January 1, 1977
Birth place: New Delhi, India
Height:5' 6½" (1.69 m)
Profession:Camera Department, Cinematographer, Actor
Spouse:Leena Yadav (m. 2001)
Parents:Ram Gopal Bajaj, Chandrakala Khemchand Prakash
Siblings:Riju Bajaj, Prakash Bajaj

Ashim Prakash Bajaj profile links

Ashim Prakash Bajaj profile links

Irving Lorenzo

Ed Lover

John Mars

Carl Icahn

More net worths

Ashim Prakash Bajaj net worth & biography:

It is all about giving your best shot, extreme dedication and patience. And if all this comes from the heart sincerely, there is every reason for you to be a winner. Aseem Bajaj is one such achiever for whom years of hard work is finally paying him now. The multi-award winner cinematographer added another feather to his cap when he took home the ...

More about Ashim Prakash Bajaj:

  • Filmography
  • Awards
  • Salaries
  • Facts
  • Quotes
  • Trademarks
  • Pictures


Camera Department

Camera Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Parched2015c cam operator post-production
Jobs2013director of photography: India, New Delhi crew
God Tussi Great Ho2008additional cinematographer
Kismat Konnection2008additional cinematographer
I Can't Think Straight2008camera operator
Benaam2008additional director of photography
Khoya Khoya Chand2007additional cinematographer
The World Unseen2007collaborating cinematographer
Kal: Yesterday and Tomorrow2005additional photographer
Silsiilay2005collaborating director of photography
Jo Bole So Nihaal2005collaborating director of photography
Blackmail2005collaborating director of photography
Hum Tum2004cinematographer: inserts Juggy D. and Veronica Music Video
Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi2003director of photography: additional photography
Zameen2003camera operator: aeriel unit
Calcutta Mail2003collaborating director of photography
Hathyar: Face to Face with Reality2002camera operator: second unit
Pitaah2002director of photography: second unit
Moksha: Salvation2001assistant camera - uncredited
Gaja Gamini2000assistant camera
Kurukshetra2000additional camera operator / additional cinematographer: second unit / camera operator
Astitva2000associate camera operator / camera operator
Nidaan2000gaffer
Dahek: A Burning Passion1999first assistant camera: second unit
Vaastav: The Reality1999camera operator
Mann1999camera operator: making-of documentary
Is Raat Ki Subah Nahin1996first assistant camera
Bandish1996assistant camera
Aai1995first assistant camera
Trimurti1995assistant camera
Tarpan (The Absolution)1995assistant camera
Prem1995assistant camera: additional unit
Baazi1995assistant camera
Bandit Queen1994assistant camera
1942: A Love Story1994first assistant camera: additional filming unit

Cinematographer

Cinematographer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Shivay2016director of photography pre-production
Desi Magic2015director of photography
Mr Joe B. Carvalho2014
Rabba Main Kya Karoon2013director of photography
Son of Sardaar2012
Last Irani Chai2011Documentary
The Last Irani Chai2011Documentary
Tell Me O Kkhuda2011director of photography
Love Breakups Zindagi2011director of photography
Double Dhamaal2011director of photography
Angel2011/I
In Company of Wolves2010Short
Dear Guest, When Will You Leave?2010director of photography
Teen Patti2010director of photography
Thank You for Now2009Short director of photography
Boond2009Short
Dissociation2008Short
I Can't Think Straight2008director of photography
U Me Aur Hum2008
Sunday2008/I
Asha and Friends2006Video short
Golmaal: Fun Unlimited2006director of photography
Shabd2005director of photography
Chameli2003director of photography
Zameen2003
Dead End2000TV Movie director of photography

Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Sunday2008/IRammi
Chameli2003Taxi Driver (uncredited)
Zameen2003Mr.Khan (uncredited)
Dead End2000TV MovieMotor mechanic
Bandit Queen1994Poolan / Man Singh Gang

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Parched2015producer post-production
Thank You for Now2009Short producer
I Can't Think Straight2008line producer: India
The World Unseen2007line producer: India

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
49th Manikchand Filmfare Awards 20032004TV SpecialHimself (WINNER-BEST CINEMATOGRAPHER)

Won awards

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2005Swarovski TrophyAsian First Film FestivalBest CinematographyChameli (2003)
2005Award for Technical ExcellenceAwards of the International Indian Film AcademyBest CinematographyChameli (2003)
2004Filmfare AwardFilmfare AwardsBest CinematographerChameli (2003)
2004Sansui Viewer's Choice AwardSansui Viewer's Choice AwardsBest CinematographyChameli (2003)

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2006Technical AwardZee Cine AwardsBest CinematographyShabd (2005)

TitleSalary
Son of Sardaar (2012)$150,000
Teen Patti (2010)USD $ 100,000.00
I Can't Think Straight (2008)$30,000 /=
U Me Aur Hum (2008)$70,000 /=
Sunday (2008)$70,000 /=
Golmaal: Fun Unlimited (2006)$50,000 /=
Shabd (2005)$20,000 /=
Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi (2003)$3,000 /=
Chameli (2003)$20,000 /=
Zameen (2003)$35,000 /=

#Fact
1Bombay, India [February 2008]
2Capetown, South Africa [December 2007]
3Bombay,India [June 2006]
4Dubai [July 1998]
5New Delhi, India [March 2007]
6London [June 1998]
7Hong Kong, China [December 2007]
8Pune [December 1998]
9Capetown, South Africa [December 2006]
10Mumbai [July 1998]
11London, England [April 2008]
12Bombay, India [May 2007]
13Mumbai, India [January 2006]
14Bombay, India [May 2008]
15London, England. [January 2008]
16London, England. [September 2006]
17Bombay,India [October 2006]
18London, UK [July 2006]
19Bombay, India [January 2007]
20Mumbai, India [July 2006]
21Never went to a film school, though he misses it now, and today he's one of the best cinematographer of the country. His work is the most talked about and written about work by any cinematographer in recent times in Indian cinema industry.
22Has shot for 78 hours at a single strech without a single break for a film shoot.

#Quote
1Chasing the airplane shadows in the vast fields of my village and cried for never being able to catch it , that's probably where the game of light and shadow began in my life in my beautiful little village, where everyday earth met the sky. By the time I was nine I knew I had to be in films so here I am chasing my dreams now and they run rather faster then those airplane shadows of yesteryears..!
2Who the hell is me or anyone to judge it...every single human being so beautiful and unique in their own way for the simple fact that there is no one else who is exactly like him or her.
3Every time that you noticed my camera or light.....I have failed as a story teller.
4Teething problems: everyone goes through them, and they are necessary for one's success. And there is no point talking about it as they are the real building blocks.
5All great films are a resolution of a conflict between darkness and light,
6We cinematographers are writing stories with light and darkness, motion and colors. It is a language with its own vocabulary and unlimited possibilities for expressing our inner thoughts and feelings.
7I am a great fan of comic books, Whether it be Calvin & Hobs or a Lion King ,They all look too real to me. The moment I see something ,I start making a story around it and that's how twisted the reality seems to me. For me, Comic books have been one of the biggest sources to learn framing. They are so innovative.
8My lighting is not realistic. "Realism doesn't interest me! I strive for an unrealistic approach. It's very important to me, and it's why I don't do certain films.
9No one will ever go see a film because Cinematography is magnificent. My greatest goal in making feature film is the exploration and revelation of the landscape of a human face.
10No matter what technique, in or out of camera the cinematographer develops, his fundamental purpose is to support & enhance the dramatic and the narrative flow of the film. Cinematography is one of the many things that are merely the handmaiden of drama and that is the most ultimate truth.
11I essentially deal with emotion, character and drama - things that you can't really quantify. And the process of executing those things is intuitive and organic.
12It is the imagination, not the equipment that creates memorable cinema.


Looks like we don't have Ashim Prakash Bajaj trademarks information. Sorry!

Is Aseem Bajaj's Net Worth Deserved?

Check Also

Anthony Buiso Net Worth