Mohan Raja is an Indian movie director. He has fundamentally worked and is known for his work in the Tamil movie industry. Starting in the year 2015, he has coordinated with eight movies. In those movies, only one was a remake. After marking his entrance into the Telugu movie industry with the movie Hanuman Junction, in the year 2001, he went ahead to remake a few fruitful Telugu movies into Tamil. He started with the movie ‘ Jayam’, in the year 2003, which likewise dispatched his sibling, Ravi, as the main performing actor.

Raja then worked together with Ravi for three back to back financially effective movies. The movies were M. Kumaran in the year 2004, the movie, Something Something... Unakkum Enakkum, which was released in 2006, and the movie Santosh Subramaniam, in the year 2008. All were very nicely received by the audience. After a time of blended achievement, he came back with his first unique script with the movie Thani Oruvan in the year 2015, which went ahead to wind up amongst the most beneficial Tamil movies of 2015.

After five back to back fruitful movies, Raja decided to remake the Telugu drama movie, ‘ Kick’, which was released in the year 2009, into a Tamil film named Thillalangadi. This was released in the year 2010. The film was started in the mid-2009 with actress ‘Tamannaah’ and actor ‘ Shaam’. He concurred terms to work with Vijay in the year 2009, and burned through ten months composing a script that was given the story of the director Thirupathisamy, which he had written in the 2000s. Thirupathisamy went ahead to turn the script into a movie in Telugu with the name of ‘ Azad’ in the year 2000. So, he went to direct the movie, Santosh Subramaniam, in Tamil in the year 2008, which went on to win the nomination for the Filmfare Award as the Best Director. After that, he directed the Tamil movie, Thillalangadi, in the year 2010. After that, he acted in a Tamil film, Enna Satham indha Neram, in the year 2014, and recently wrote and directed the Tamil movie, Thani Oruvan, in the year 2015.

Vishnuvardhan Kulasekaran Tamil Actor

Vishnuvardhan Kulasekaran

Vishnuvardhan is an eminent director who is famous in the Tollywood industry. He is young and affluent and has seven hit movies to his credit. Vishnuvardhan is the eldest son of 'Kulasekaran' and was born on November 30. He completed his schooling at St. Bede's Anglo Indian Higher Secondary School and was a student of visual communication at Loyola College in Chennai. He has starred in Mani Ratnam’s ‘Anjali’ and in his teen years he acted in The Terrorist, ‘Fiza’, ‘Malli’ and ‘Asoka’. He drew his inspiration from Mani Ratnam and Santosh Sivan and pursued his dream to work with them on the sets of Asoka, starring Shah Rukh Khan. He had a penchant for directing and learned the basics of directing.He had every detail embedded in his mind at the sets and started his career as a director in 2003 with 'Kurumbu' in his production (No one was ready to put their money on the newcomer). The movie didn’t do good business, but he was not demoralized and worked even harder for his next movie Arinthum Ariymalum. He wrote the first script for ‘Pattiyal’ and collaborated with Malaysian Radio Jockey 'Geetha'. He directed another hit movie in an alliance with Geetha, Pattiyal, which has been critically acclaimed. He had to encounter many real life gangsters to direct Pattiyal based on the story of his nephew and his hard work earned him appreciations for the movie. He did his first movie in Telugu in 2011 but it was a big failure. His recent one is ‘Billa’ the remake of Don, which did great at the box office and he aspires to direct many other remakes and to spread his spark and great work again on screen.

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P. Vasu

P. Vasu, born as Vasudevan Peethambharam was born on 15 September 1954 in Kerala, India. He is an actor, director and a writer who has worked in Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada film industry. His father was also in the film industry working for M. G. R. and N. T. R. as a make-up artist. He was so famous for his skill that he became the President of the make-up union in Tamil Nadu. After 30 years of doing this work, he started off with producing films and produced 25 films in Telugu and Tamil language. He was one of the famous film producers of his time. Vasu’s uncle was a cinematographer in the industry so, Vasu’ father along with Vasu’s uncle, M. C. Sekhar, worked in 150 films.  Vasu did his schooling from Wesley High School, Chennai. He tied the knot with Shanthi and had had one son and a daughter with her. Vasu has four siblings out of which two are brothers and three sisters. His career started off when he joined as an assistant director with C. V. Sridhar and after this he co- directed the movies like Mella Pesungal, Neethiyin Nizhal Madhumalar, and Paneer Pushpangal with Santhana Bharathi. He faced a difficult time in the mid-1990s as all his directorial films received poor reviews from the audience and were a big flop. Vasu directed around 50 films and in 2013, he announced that he will be directing an English titled movie Curry In Love, but it got postponed because of delay in production. He received praises from the film industry and the government of the state and got awards for Best Screenplay and Dialogues for Nadigan, Best Director for Chinna Thambi, Best Screenplay and Story in Walter Vetrivel and a Filmfare Award for Best Direction. He is also a member of the committee asking for tax-free movies. His style of working was unique. He mostly worked on the films of masala genre which also had some action sequences. The theme of all his movies is family sentiment. He got the knowledge of fine nuances from C. V. Sridhar. 

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