Raj Nidimoru and Krishna D.K.

Raj and D.K.
Residence Ann Arbor, Michigan
Occupation Film Director(s)

Raj Nidimoru and Krishna D.K. widely known as Raj and DK are an Indian American film director-producer duo known for their works in Bollywood.[1][2] The duo directed the widely known super-hits such as Shor in the City and Go Goa Gone touted to be India’s first zombie film, with Saif Ali Khan.[3][4] Raj & DK's latest offering is a meta romcom, Happy Ending.

The Indian emigrants to the United States - Raj & DK’s first Hindi feature film, 99 is an original crime-comic-thriller-historical-fiction set in Mumbai and Delhi. The New York Times called it "funny, inventive, refreshing"; Box Office magazine (USA) acclaimed that the film "sets new standards in Hindi cinema!"; and a number of Indian publications gave it four star reviews.[5][6]


Year Film Language Director(s) Producer(s) Writer(s) Notes
2009 99 Hindi Yes Yes
2011 Shor in the City Hindi Yes Yes
2013 Go Goa Gone Hindi Yes Yes
2014 Happy Ending Hindi Yes Yes


Their short film, Shor (2008) (V), a fast-paced, edgy satire, won the 'Best Film' award at MIAAC Film Festival (Indo-American Arts Council, New York) and won 'Best Cinematography' award at San Francisco Shorts. It was also an official selection at some of the film festivals like Palm Springs, LA Shorts, Slamdance, Raindance, Hawaii and Rhode Island Film Festivals.[7][8][9]


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