I prefer a label on my forehead to blinkers on my eyes.A Journalist, Poet, Author, A Film Industry Personnel, CEO of Confluence India & A National Awardee Scout.Rahul Khandalkar is a Award Winning FilmMaker. He is A Director,Writer,Lyricist,Journalist & A Social Activist. He is also the core team member of many International Film Festivals at India & Abroad MISFF, RISFF & AISFF are one of them..Rahul is a well known Film Maker who makes Short Films & Documentaries. Apart from this he is very active film personnal in Bollywood, Tollywood, Marathi Film Industry & Main Stream Feature Cinema. Dandam (Bollywood Feature) , Thigal (Marathi Feature), Kru, Born To Die are few of his notable pieces..Khandalkar is also a active Journalist,Writer & Social Activist working from the Media Hub of the Country New Delhi. He Works Freelancingly here in this term and writes for various media houses regularly., Dainik Bhaskar, Dainik Jagran, Gaon Connection, Samaj Samvad, Khabrein24, Chaupal, Kalam, Kalyug ki kalam are few of them..He was previously the President of Many Organizations Like Prayas Youth Foundation, Jaagar Foundation & Indian Council for Talent Search & Competitions (ICTSC).
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