Ritika Bajaj, who has had a fruitful journey as Creative Director for the last 15 years, works hard to take her company ‘Indian Storytellers’ to greater heights when it comes to its unmatched content!!
The talented lady who began her career as Writer with Balaji Telefilms for the show Kasautii Zindagi Kay, has indeed made inroads in the last five years, by freelancing for various projects and events!!
Indian Storytellers, which focuses on creative production more than anything else, has earlier produced a series for TLC titled ‘The Poetist’. Also, the company has line produced Shilpa Shetty’s chat show. Presently, Ritika and her team have been working hard on the next series, Hello Bollywood for Zee International, which will be a travel show with a difference. The show will be all about revisiting the specific places where Bollywood has shot and got iconic. The series will have 13 episodes, capturing 17 cities where Bollywood has predominantly shot films till now.
Says Ritika to IndianWikiMedia.com, “All travel shows tend to work around similar lines, for example food. This show talks more about Bollywood. We will be describing the filmy moments, and have tried to recreate them with the help of our anchor, Nandini Vaid.”
“Nandini Vaid is a typical filmy girl, who plays, eats, sleeps and breathes Bollywood. She will be seen visiting these locations and finding more about them,” adds the Producer.
On the popular cities covered, Ritika avers, “Cities like Ladakh, Manali, Shimla, Kerala, Goa, Ooty, Mumbai Delhi, Amritsar, Jaipur, Lucknow, Agra, Varanasi have been covered. The anchor will relate these cities to their Bollywood connections, the movies and the way in which they were shot. We also have the Bollwood Celebrity segment where we have got a lot of supporting quotes from actors who have shot at these memorable locations and cities.”
Hello Bollywood will launch on 4 March on Zee International, and will air on Zing UK. Later, it will be shown in Middle East, and will be syndicated to other places too.
On her road ahead, Ritika states, “I want Indian Storytellers to be where content is, irrespective of the medium. We will love to work on TV, web, and films. I see myself as a Film Producer in the near future.”
Indian Storytellers has recently finished work as Creative Director for Box Cricket League 2018.
Here’s wishing a great creative journey for Ritika and her team at Indian Storytellers.