Director Shankar – One of the Best Directors in Tamil Cinema Industry
Tamil director Shankar is one of the most important one who had been ruling the Tamil Cinema Industry in the recent past. He had been giving many hit movies and blockbusters in Tamil cinema Industry. His movies like Anniyan, Endhiran and Sivaji were made with huge budgets in Cinema Industry. He is also known as the director invests huge lots of money in the Tamil Cinemas and often takes movies with the top actors in the kollywood. His latest was the Nanban which broke the collection records till now. He often takes good stories and sometimes remakes the story from any other language in such a manner that it is a sure blockbuster. He is one of the well known directors and the leading hero's like to do projects with him often.
Director Shankar profile and Biography
The famous Director was born in the year 1963 on 17th August. His first movie was Gentlemen that got some good appraisals from the people and also won many awards like the Tamil Nadu State film award and the Filmfare award. He is the best Director in the kollywood and he is the top grossing director too. The movies like kadhalan, Gentlemen, Indian, Jeans, Mudhalvan were directed by Shankar. It is the noteworthy thing that the upcoming movie casting Vikram and Amy Jackson in "I" is also directed by this director and hope this would also make some good money in the Tamil Nadu theaters.
Director Shankar with Rajinikanth – Sivaji and Endhiran
Director Shankar combined with Rajinikanth in the movies like Sivaji and Endhiran which were huge hits. Both the movies were taken with huge budgets. Both the movie broke the record of collections in the state at that time when it was released. Endhiran was the recent movie where the director used more graphics and skills to make the movie a super doper hit worldwide. The pairs other movie Sivaji was released in the year 2007. Endhiran was the movie that released in more than 1500 theaters throughout the world and it ran for more than 100 days in most of the theaters.
Endhiran was all about the Robot and the Scientist who produced that robot. The movie had Ishwariya Rai playing the female lead. This is about what happens if the Robot gets the sense like Human beings. On the other hand Sivaji is about the person who returns from the foreign and wants to do something good for the mother nation and how he gets difficulties and problems from the politicians and big shots and how he gets rid of them.
Director Shankar with Kamalahaasan – Indian
This was the sole movie that the actor did with Shankar. This was one of the movies that provoke the sense of patriotism among the citizens of the country. This Movie features Tamil actor Kamal haasan in the lead role with Manisha Koiralla doing the female lead. In this movie there are dual roles played by Kamal one as the father's role who fought for the freedom of the country and the other of the son who is taking out the opportunities to enter the government as an inspection officer. He is a corrupt officer who gives license to the people who are not eligible for that and at one point becomes the reason for the death of some children's. The father of the corrupted son takes revenge for the death of the children's even though he was the father. He plays a vital role in the elimination of corruption in the city.
Director Shankar with Vijay – Nanban
The Combination of Shankar and Tamil actor Vijay was only once that it in a blockbuster movie 'Nanban'. This was the movie that was a remake of the Hindi film 3 Idiots what went rocking the screens and collected a whopping sum of about 220 Crores throughout the world. The same movie was remade in Tamil and the movie made a good collection in the box office with some 60 Crore US dollars.
This is the movie that casted Vijay, Srikanth and Jeeva in the lead roles and Ileana playing the female lead in the movie. This movie is all about the students and their interest in the studies. This movie shows how the students must engage in studies and more than that the importance of friendship is shown in this movie. Read Nanban movie review here!
Director Shankar with Arjun – Mudhalvan and Gentleman
The Arjun Shankar Combo is one of the most successful one as far as Tamil Cinema's are concerned. He started his career with Vikram in the movie Gentleman, and then went on to direct the movie Mudhalvan after some six years which was also a super hit movie that focused on how the Chief Minister should control the state in which he is appointed as the CM. This movie had Arjun playing the lead role and Manisha Koirala in the female lead and other characters like Manivannan and Vadivelu doing the supportive roles. Raghuvaran played the villain's role who was the Chief Minister before Arjun who gets the Chief Ministers post accidentally in the movie. How Arjun corrects the mistake of the previous government and how he takes on the government in a good way is the remaining part of the story.
Director Shankar with Vikram – Anniyan
This was the movie that was the last megahit for Vikram. It was released in the year 2005 which had Tamil actor Vikram playing the person affected by the multi- split personality. Vikram played a role that put all the audience shocked. He performed three characters simultaneously named Anniyan, Remo and Ambi and all the three characters were mega hit. This had the female lead done by Sadha.
Anniyan is the Character who wants to punish all the people who are doing wrong things and are escaping from law. He does that to show that the people should be bewaring that there every crime would result in murder. On the other hand the Remo character is introduced to show his love for the girl whom he loves from the small age. Ambi is an innocent character and the real character of the movie. It is worth mentioning that this was the movie that broke the records of Chandramuki which was released on the same year. It is the thing to note that the pair is once again hoping to do their best in the upcoming flick 'I' which features Vikram and Amy Jackson in the lead roles.
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