Tushar Ranganath was an Indian director and screenwriter known for his contributions to Sandalwood, the Kannada film industry. He was born on 31 March 1974 in Bangalore, Karnataka. He wrote as well as directed his first movie “Gulama” (2009), a romantic drama about a love triangle.
He was one of the ten directors responsible for the creation of “Sugreeva” (2010), an action-thriller remake of the American film “John Q” (2002). The movie was shot in just eighteen hours after sixty artists and six hundred junior artists worked diligently from 6 a.m. To 11:55 p.m. On 11 October 2009.
Despite being the quickest film to be made, it failed to get registered in the Guinness Book of World Records since the record is measured for the time span between the starting of production and the date of release in theatres. Tushar has also directed “Kanteerava” (2011) and written the dialogues for R. Anantharaju’s rom-com “Swayamvara” (2010).
He next took up the direction for the romantic action-drama “Prem Adda” (2012). However, midway through the production of the film, Tushar passed away at a premature age on 20 December 2011 due to cardiac arrest. The rest of the direction was completed by
and the film finally hit the theatres on 30 November 2012.