On his birthday, let us have a look at some of his prominent works.

Hyderabad Blues (1998)

This film was about a NRI vacationing back home in Hyderabad, India and finding himself a foreigner in his own land. The film was featured in 10 international film festivals. It also had a sequel, which was released in 2004, and took forward the same story after six years.   

Rockford (1999)

This film was a coming-of-age movie which had some of the most iconic songs like 'Aasman Ke Paar', sung by Shankar Mahadevan, and 'Yaaron' by KK. The songs are still famous even today and bring back those memories of youth and friendship.

3 Deewarein (2003)

This film narrates the story of three prisoners and a documentary filmmaker who, while filming their reformation story in the prison, finds redemption with her own troubled marriage.

Iqbal (2005)

The film, written by Vipul K Rawal and directed by Nagesh, got released under Subhash Ghai’s new banner, Mukta Searchlight Films. The story was about a cricket-obsessed boy from a remote Indian village. The boy wanted to become a cricketer and fulfill his dream of playing for Team India. He also won National Award for this film.

Dor (2006)

The film was a remake of the Malayalam film, 'Perumazhakkalam' (2004). The movie was about how two women, from different backgrounds, come together because of fate. The companionship that develops between the two leading ladies results in a redemption for both.


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