Amrita Mahal is a production designer in the Indian film Industry. She has predominantly worked in the famous Bollywood movies. She hailed from the state of Punjab and went to the Government College of Arts in Chandigarh to obtain a degree in Bachelor of Fine Arts. Her father belonged to the Air Force. She settled in the city of London for the meantime. She had a keen eye for the art and knew to change her vision into materialistic being. To utilize her skills, she assisted
Sharmishta Roy, a well-known production designer for many of the popular films such as Bunty or Bubli, Salaam-E-Namaste, Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna, etc. The production designer got the big break through the movie ‘Dostaana’ in the year 2008 the movie had the big banner of Dharma Productions.
Amrita’s career started with the short film migration in the year 2018 where she worked in the art department as the property master. She also worked in the film ‘Namesake’ as a set dresser in the year 2006. Her career went to another notch when she got promoted as an art director. She played the role of an art director in the film ‘
No Problem’ in the year 2010. She also did the movie ‘Little zizou’ in the year 2008. Amrita is a hardworking committed and dedicated soul who experimented with her projects. She became the production designer for the film Wake up Sid starring Ranveer Kapoor in the year 2009; She did the film ‘I hate love story’ with
Imran Khan and
Sonam Kapoor in the leads in the year 2010 and the movie ‘Jo hum chaahe’ in 2011.
The production designer worked on magnum opus films like the ‘Student of the year’ in 2012 and the renowned Bombay talkies in 2013. She also did the film Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani starring Ranveer Kapoor and
Deepika Padukone in the year 2013. The artist designed for the movie ‘
2 States’ starring
Alia Bhatt and
Arjun Kapoor in the year 2014 and ‘Shaandar’ directed by
Vikas Bahl in the year 2015. She climbed to the topmost list of
Karan Johar and worked as a production designer for the blockbuster film ‘Ae dil he mushkil’ in 2016. Amrita gave more than six years of her life to the film industry where she worked with the renowned directors of her time including Karan Johar, Vikas Bahl, Abhishek Vermin, Debakar Banerjee, Ayan Mukherji,
Punit Malhotra, and Anees Bazmall.