Bansi Chandragupta was an Indian fine art director and production designer, observed among the furthermost fine art directors of Indian silver screen industry. He received the Filmfare Best Art Direction Award three times, for the film Seema in (1972), for Do Jhoot in (1976) and Chakra in (1982). He was honored Evening Standard British Film Award posthumously for "most excellent methodological/creative achievement" in 1983.
2. Benny Mathews
Benny Mathews also known as Swami Dada is an intercontinental executive who directed the big screens like Dude, Where's the Party, Santeria. When Benny is not directing sovereign films, he shoots song videos for Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, and disreputable Houston hip hop artists. Most current tributes comprise the video for Pimp C's Knocking Doors Down, which produced him a recommendation for "Best Video" at the Ozone Publication Awards in the year 2007.
Gerard Maubel De Remy, known as Remiyan is a renowned art director and production designer of Indian film diligence, most recognized for his effort in Tamil big screens like Arinthum Ariyamalum, Devan, Alai,
, Alibaba, etc.
Sabu Cyril is an Indian silver screen art administrator. He has won National Film Award for most Excellent Art Trend four times and Filmfare Award for most excellent Art Direction five times. His exertion in Enthiran won him global gratitude. Over the years, he has materialized to be the most elite and eminent art director in the kingdom.
Samir Chanda was an Indian fine art director and invention designer crosswise Indian cinema. His piece of work includes Hindi, Bengali, Malayalam, and Tamil. He is been acknowledged for movies like Yodha, Dil Se,
Rang De Basanti
, and Raavan.
6. 'T Muthuraj'
He is an Indian big screen production designer. He pierced the film commerce after finishing his B.Sc. degree in fine arts as primary P.A. to Sabu Cyril after which he has provided as fabrication exclusive in significantly much-admired and notable films in central Indian lingos. His huge break came in the 1997 Malayalam movie “Guru,” for which he expected the Kerala State Film Award for Best Art Director. He has contributed to the achievement of 43 quality films and 185 viable. He has won many film medals for ultimate art direction and his artistic works. His most recent effort is “
” (2012) executed by Shankar, which has won immense admiration from all quarters.
Thota Tharani is an Indian silver screen art leader and production stylist who has worked in Tamil movies, Telugu films, Malayalam pictures, and B-town as well. In the year 2013, he won the
National Film Awards
twice, two Filmfare Awards of South, and four times the Tamil Nadu State Film Awards. His work consists of canvas, wall paintings, paper collections, impassive mosaics, and fixings and so on.
Aparna Raina is a National Award Winning Production Designer. She inaugurated her profession in 2006 as a fine art subordinate with the motion picture “Khosla Ka Ghosla” and a Set Cupboard in the decisively commended film “The Namesake.” Since then she has worked on numerous depictions as an art administrator and invention exclusive. She was newly renowned for her work in the smack Konkani Film “Nachom – i.e., Kumpasar,” for "persuasively recreating freedoms from a special period and with minute concentration to the aspect.” She was awarded the 62nd National Film Awards for Best Production Propose for “Nachom – i.e., Kumpasar.”
Wasiq (born 1975) is a well-known Indian production stylish and art manager, who works in Hindi cinema. He is renowned for his coarse-practicality in
films like “That Girl in Yellow Boots” and “Gangs of Wasseypur.” Alongside he had been working in conventional masala motion pictures like Dabangg (2010), Raanjhanaa (2013), and Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela (2013) by
Sanjay Leela Bhansali
Rajiv Anchal is a film administrator, playwright, and sculptor from Kerala. He has executed eight distinctive movies. His pictures have recently footed in the United States. Anchal brought Malayalam films into the stage of Oscar first throughout his magnum opus “Guru,” which is a representative and figurative motion picture about the unsighted reliance of human race.