Sekhar Suri

Other names of Sekhar Suri: Shekkhar Suri

Predominantly known for his work as an Indian film director for Telugu films, Sekhar Suri also called as Shekkar Suri, but originally his name is SS Chandra Sekhar and who received a huge response for A Film By Aravind. He has directed four Telugu films and also a Hindi film till now. The specialty about this 35 years old man’s work is that all his films have an element of thrill for which an aspect of audience waits eagerly. He currently resides in Hyderabad and spent his early life there but he was born in Andhra Pradesh.

He stopped pursuing his degree in commerce as the dream of becoming a film maker was being dominant at that point of time in his life. His family and his elder brother were the people who supported his thoughts of becoming either a cinematographer or a director. Finally, they all reached out to a conclusion that being a director is worthy. And he changed his name because he thought his previous original name was quite common for the industry. Later he went Mumbai for availing the opportunities in Bollywood and then he worked for a suspense TV program for about eight years as a ghost writer.

Meanwhile time he realized that grabbing opportunities in Hindi film industry have been quite difficult for him. So he moved back to work for the Telugu film industry. Considering Tarun to be his miracle for life as he met him at an event with his friend but it turned out to be that main drifting point of his life as after this he got the opportunity to meet the main casts of great films in the industry and thus he directed Adrushtam with his magic man which still didn’t receive a good response though. Secondly, he stepped with Guns of Benares in Bollywood and later, he directed great movies like Three in 2008, Aravind 2 in 2013 which starred Kamal Kamaraju and Srinivas Avasarala as main members.

When Suri was asked about the long gap that he took for a while, he replied further that he was waiting for an excellent opportunity with a big star whose name he didn’t mention; but he said that his waiting time became a trash of his life because he worked on a magical script himself for about six months dedicatedly and still it didn’t get into action. Though now he feels that this whole process was a part of his learning. In an interview, he mentioned that he used to watch TV series a lot in his childhood days and God Father was one of his favorites. He says Govind Nihlani’s Tamas made the most impact on his mind. Clearly, he mentioned his mind theme for thrillers as he quoted that after AFBA as a suspense thriller, he made Three as a psychological thriller and further he is going to produce an action thriller.

Mazhar Kamran Hindi Actor

Mazhar Kamran

Mazhar Kamran is an Indian cinematographer, documentary and movie director. He is the son of a spiritually-inclined mother and a scientist father. He spent his childhood in metropolitan cities of India. He completed his schooling at St Xavier's High School, a Jesuit establishment housed in a nineteenth-century neo-gothic working in Fort of Bombay. He got graduated from the IIT in electrical engineering in Madras. There, he developed a growing interest in the silver screen. After his graduation, he went ahead to consider movie making at the Pune’s FTII. Mazhar began as a producer with a little team of three concentrating on television serial science name Turning Point and cultural name Surabhi and for various projects on TV. His work enabled him to travel generally, and he portrays these years as his complete "Discovery of India" travel. He came back to Mumbai to function as a cinematographer for the feature movie "Satya" which became plainly a cult classic of Indian silver screen. From there on, he shot a few more standard Bollywood films that kept on making a check, including "Kaun" and "Jhankaar Beats. "He made a debut in direction with "Mohandas," a full-length account movie in light of an abstract novella in 2009. The film was critically recognized and got nominated for a few national and worldwide film celebration grants including the Grand Prix at the Fribourg International Film Festival. It was additionally included in the New Directors segment of the San Francisco International Film Festival and earned the Special Jury Prize in Austria at the International Film Festival of Innsbruck. Mazhar has likewise produced and directed a few documentaries. Two of his narrative movies, on the life and work of broadly interpreted famous Urdu creators who have won India's most respected honours for writing Naiyer Masud and Qurratulain Hyder by the Sahitya Academy. He likewise made an honour winning film on the place where he grew up Lucknow for the Department of Tourism. UNCLE is his latest documentary. He has done television advertisements name "Shiksha" movie coordinated for P&G India and including celebrated Hindi motion picture on-screen character Anupam Kher. The Public Service crusade kept running for more than two years on TV and won the most noteworthy internal honour at Procter and Gamble Worldwide. Mazhar Kamran directed workshops at a few foundations. He has given guest lectures at the Film and Media Arts Institute name Whistling Woods International Institute in Mumbai. He is an employee at IIT Bombay in IDC School of Design. He was the keynote speaker at a national course on "Silver screen and Literature" by Pune University in 2015. He was invited on a Culture and Arts policy for the Round Table Meeting by Observer Research Foundation Mumbai for the Mumbai Metropolitan Region in 2014. He was a jury member in National Students Films Awards at FTII Pune in 2015.

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Vishal Mishra

Vishal Mishra was born in Kanpur, Utter Pradesh, India. Currently, he has settled down in Mumbai due to his profession. By profession, he is a screenwriter, director, Film critic, and he also likes to sing too. He was interested in designing, so he did his graduation from the very renowned NIFT (National Institute of Fashion Designing) and did his post-graduation in Fashion Marketing. He got married to Khyati Madan in the year 2010. He always wanted to achieve something related to the field of Indian Cinema and hence started his career as a film critic and used to give reviews of various Bollywood movies. As his interest grew in giving reviews, he started a portal named “boxofficecapsule” and started posting all his reviews on it. His first movie as a director was “Coffee with D” released on January 20, 2017, produced by Vinod Ramani and Mohan Sachdev had the star stand-up comedian Sunil Grover and actor Zakir Hussain in the lead roles. It also starred Anjana Sukhani, Rajesh Sharma (who played a cameo in the movie), and Dipannita Sharma. Vishal Sharma used to get threatening calls from many people about the film as it showed the scenes connected to Underworld. He also filed a complaint against them on January 2, 2017. Due to this the release date of the film was also changed from January 6, 2017, to January 20, 2017. While making a film, it is utmost important for him to make it entertaining. His next film was named as “Hum Dono Honge Kaamyaab” starring Kunal Roy Kapoor, who was previously seen in the movies like “Nautanki Sala,” “Yeh Javani Hai Deewani,” etc. and Tara Alisha Berry, who is a very popular Malayalam Movie actress. The shooting location of the movie is decided to be his hometown Kanpur. With this, he is also working on Himesh Reshammiya and Tigmanshu Dhulia starrer “Heeriye” which had to be released in February 2017, but its release date got postponed due to some technical issues and lack of production. Before starting with movies, he used to make short films. He directed three short films, one of which also won an award at the “Rio Film Festival.” He likes to take chances and risks related to his work, may it be his cast, and may it be related to his cast. He is also working on a cricket biopic under a huge production house. The cast of the movie is still not decided. The movie is based on a cricketer of 1980’s who could not make it to international matches.

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