Abhinav Singh Kashyap made a smashing debut with Dabangg in 2010 but his second film took a while to kick off. He is now back after 3 years with his next film, Besharam. About these ads
Jeethu Joseph made his entry into Malayalam Cinema with a detective thriller quite simply called Detective (2007). Featuring Suresh Gopi in dual roles, it may not have been a big commercial success but it’s definitely one of the better Suresh Gopi films one has seen of late.
All those who follow Malayalam Cinema are aware of Blessy‘s reputation to make films that stay well within the commercial boundaries and yet remain artistic as well. After Pranayam which was one of the better Malayalam films of 2011, Blessy announced that his next film would be Kalimannu and the film has been in the …
Writer-director Trivikram Srinivas and Pawan Kalyan have worked together previously on Telugu films like Jalsa and Theen Maar (written by Trivikram,directed by Jayanth C.Paranjee) and now they are back together with Atharintiki Daaredi (where’s the way to mother-in-law’s house?).
Saurabh Varma who has been a well known name in the areas of movie exhibition, distribution and marketing has now made his entry into filmmaking with Mickey Virus. Produced by DAR Motion Pictures (Arun Rangachari & Vivek Rangachari) Mickey Virus is a comic thriller set in Delhi.
Rajkumar Santoshi delivered a big hit in 2009 with Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani, a madcap entertainer which in a way reminded us of his only other non-serious film, Andaz Apna Apna (remember the climax?).
Maneesh Sharma who shot to prominence with the well crafted Band Baaja Baaraat, did not leave much of a mark with his second outing, Ladies vs Ricky Bahl. Now he is back with his third film, which is again a YRF production.
That Lal Jose is one of the more popular Malayalam filmmakers these days is a known fact. His films are known to have an interesting story-line and walk the thin rope between critically acclaimed and yet commercially successful films.
Raj Chakraborty is one of the most prominent names among the new age commercial Bengali filmmakers. While earlier Bengali Cinema was clearly demarcated into two- offbeat films catering to the intellectual audience and commercial potboilers with tacky production values, things have changed for the better for the industry now.