Siddharth Kak is an Indian documentary maker, television producer, and presenter, best known as the producer and presenter of Surabhi (1990–2001). Subsequently, Kak established the 'Surabhi Foundation' with the assistance of Ford Foundation and started a project on preserving cultural artefacts.
Siddharth Kak currently hosts the Travel Show "Indiadhanush" on NDTV Imagine with Ami Trivedi, a popular Gujarati drama artist.
|2006||Mano Ya Na Mano||Yes|
As an actorEdit
|1979||The Great Monkey Rip-Off||Superintendent|
|1981||Bulundi||CBI Inspector Salim Shirazi|
|1987||Mr India||Chief officer CBI (uncredited)|
|2020||Love Aaj Kal 2||Harshwardhan Mehta|
As an actor on TVEdit
|1984||The Jewel in the Crown (TV Mini-Series) - Crossing the River||Rajendra Singh|
- Kavita Awaasthi (14 July 2016). "Surabhi showcased India's diversity: Siddharth Kak, Renuka Shahane". Hindustan Times. Retrieved 6 January 2019.
- "Glorifying India's diverse culture on the celluloid screen". Indian Express. 18 May 2002.
- Hemal Ashar (9 May 2009). "Ragging a reflection of our brutal world". Mid Day. Retrieved 6 January 2019.
- IANS (15 December 2019). "Parichay Actress Gita Siddharth Kak Dies". NDTV.com. Retrieved 15 December 2019.
- IANS (15 December 2019). "Garam Hawa actress Gita Siddharth dies in Mumbai". India Today. Retrieved 15 December 2019.
- Juwale, Vrunda (16 June 2002). "Creative daughters of celebrity parents". The Tribune. Chandigarh. Retrieved 6 June 2018.
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