Homi Adajania is an Indian film director. His directorial debut Being Cyrus (2005) was an off-beat English-Language psychological drama film.
Touted as one of the brilliant emerging directors coming from India, Homi Adajania was also the co-author of Being Cyrus, which was his debut as a director.
Also a freelance Writer, one of India’s highest level SCUBA Diving Instructors, an intrepid adventure traveler, Homi Adajania has varied experiences on his plate. Some of his stranger projects have involved taking a fakir to Venice for La Biennale di Venezia and scouting cripples & mutants for a very controversial Italian project. A film "The International Fakir" based on a bizarre true life experience of Homi Adajania's was made starring Indian filmmaker and actor "Farhan Akhtar" who plays Adajania in the film. He has finished writing the screenplay of his original comedy, Finding Fanny Fernandes and is currently having it written into a novel.
Homi Adajania has completed his Hindi-language film Cocktail under Saif Ali Khan's banner Illuminati Films. The film stars Saif Ali Khan, Deepika Padukone, Diana Penty, Dimple Kapadia and Boman Irani, and is written by filmmaker Imtiaz Ali.