Born in 1972 in Tunis.
Néjib Belkadhi studied management and marketing at the Institut des Hautes Études Commerciales in Carthage. He made his first steps in film and theater as an actor in productions such as "Habiba M'sika" (1995), a film by Selma Baccar; "L'École des femmes", directed by Mohamed Kouka in 1995; and "Khottab al-Bab" (1996-98), a TV series by Slah Essid. His first shot at directing was at Canal+ Horizons in 1998, when he conceived, produced and co-presented the show "Chams Alik" from 1999 to 2001. In 2002, he founded Propaganda Production with friend and accomplice Imed Marzouk. In 2003, he produced and directed the fake reality show "Dima Labess" for the Tunisian TV channel Canal 21. His first film was a short: "Pics", directed in 2005.