Sudha Kongara Prasad

Other names of Sudha Kongara Prasad: Sudhara Kongara Prasad

Sudha Kongara Prasad is a director of the Indian Film Industry, and writer who is well-renowned for her works in Tamil, Telegu and now recently in Bollywood Cinema. She was born and raised in Vishakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh and has a degree in History and Mass Communication from Women’s Christian College, Chennai. She hails from the Mani Ratnam Mani Ratnam is an Indian filmmaker deeply rooted t >> Read More... Mani Ratnam school of Direction and hails as his long-time protégé working with for over seven years. She worked with him as an associate director in the blockbuster hit Guru as well. Sudha has not however restricted herself to the realm of direction only; she has also ventured into screenwriting. Her first venture into writing was with the film, Mitr, My Friend, which won the Best English Movie Award at the 49th National Film Awards.

Sudha received praise for her direction of the 2010 Tamil action-drama, Drohi. The film released to mostly positive reviews and was given 6 out of 10 in IMDb ratings. Before Drohi, Sudha had also directed a Telegu comedy Andhra Andagadu. During the production of Drohi in 2010, Sudha also started writing the script for a boxing movie after reading about North Chennai’s boxing culture. After much research and five years, this idea turned into a full mainstream film which released on 29th January 2016 as a Tamil-Hindi bilingual Sports Drama, Irrudhi Suttru Click to look into! >> Read More... Irrudhi Suttru , or Saala Khadoos Click to look into! >> Read More... Saala Khadoos in Hindi. It is her first exploration into Bollywood, and the movie stars R. Madhavan as a boxing coach. The movie hit screens with positive reviews and was rated 8 out of 10 in IMDb ratings.

R. Madhavan in an interview commented that “the amount of research and interviews she (Sudha) had done and the visuals she had included in the presentation to substantiate the story was astounding. That I didn’t expect from a female director or any director for that matter. There was no way I was going to let something like this go”

Mukesh Chhabra

Mukesh Chhabra was born on 27th May 1980 in Mumbai of Maharashtra state. He is a very popular actor as well as a director, and he is the director of acting workshop too. He is active in the Bollywood film industry right from the year 2000 until the present. He also works in casting the actors for the movies and came up with successful casts as a whole. He did casting for prominent movies like Chillar Party, Kai Po Che, Gangs of Wasseypur, and D-Day. They were commercially successful movies, and the casting is quite apt and perfect. He did graduation in the Delhi University, and he initially worked as an assistant director in the domain of casting. His first movie as a casting director happened with the movie Chintuji. Chillar Party follows this, and his work got recognized in the movie. Later, he got interest in doing casting for the films with a variety of genres like the movies namely Shahid, Jai Ho, Chennai Express, and Hasee To Phasee. The upcoming movies that he worked as a casting director includes Bombay Velvet and P.K. A lot of expectation is there for these movies, and Mukesh Chhabra is felicitated for his best choice in casting. He acted in about ten movies, and almost all are considered to be huge hits. He has done solid roles as an actor and proved his self as a talented actor. He worked as a casting director for more than thirty movies, and he is highly regarded for successful casting of apt actors. Thus, he turned up as an artist of choice for many directors, and they appointed him for the work. This shows his exemplary skill in casting, and he got felicitated for his best choice in casting arena. He also worked as an acting workshop director for seven movies. He is one of the prominent celebrities in the Bollywood film industry.

Mukesh Chhabra Hindi Actor