Kanti Shah

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Kanti Shah
Occupation Film Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Years active 1991 – present
Spouse(s) Sapna Tanveer (2001-Present)

Kanti Shah is a Bollywood director, born on 2nd April 1942 producer and writer of C grade Hindi movies specially Horror and Adult movies. He is best known for directing Mithun Chakraborty and Dharmendra in later half of the nineties, like Gunda in 1998,[1]Loha in 1997 and the most popular "Kanti Shah ke Angoor". His movies mostly star his wife, Sapna Tanveer.[2] He lives in Dosti Acres, Wadala East, a ghetto suburb of Mumbai. Veteran B-grade movie producer Sudeep Mukherjee has served as his casting director in almost all of his films. He also made a cameo in his hit film 'Fauji Fauj Mein Padosi Mauj Mein'. Kanti Shah is widely regarded as the B-grade Tarantino of Indian Cinema.

Filmography[edit]

Director (37 credits)

2006 Free Entry  
2005 Angoor 
2005 Garam 
2003 Jung Ke Sholay 
2003 Meri Ganga Ki Saugandh 
2003 Pyaasa Haiwan 
2003 Pyaasi 
2003 Pyaasi Bhootni 
2002 Darwaza 
2002 Duplicate Sholay 
2002 Khooni Shaitan 
2002 Shola Bai 
2001 Zaroorat 
2001 Jagira 
2001 Galiyon Ka Badshah 
2001 Aag Ke Sholay 
2001 Aaj Ka Gunda 
2001 Jungle Ki Sherni 
2001 Qatil Chudail 
2000 Jallad No. 1 
2000 Meri Jung Ka Elaan 
2000 Daku Ramkali 
1999 Munnibai 
1999 Bhoot Ka Darr 
1999 Dacait Queen 
1998 Gunda 
1997 Loha 
1996 Rangbaaz 
1995 Veer 
1994 Aag Andhi Aur Toofan 
1994 Aag Aur Chingari 
1993 Aag Toofan 
1993 Phoolan Hasina Ramkali 
1993 Rani Aur Maharani 
1992 Ganga Bani Shola (as Kanti Ghosh) 
1992 Basanti Tangewali 
1991 Ganga Jamuna Ki Lalkaar

Producer (7 credits)

2005 Angoor (producer) 
2005 Garam (producer) 
1996 Rangbaaz (producer) 
1993 Phoolan Hasina Ramkali (producer) 
1992 Basanti Tangewali (producer) 
1991 Ganga Jamuna Ki Lalkaar (producer) 
1988 Maar Dhaad (producer)

Writer (4 credits)

1999 Munnibai (writer) 
1995 Veer 
1993 Aag Toofan (screenplay) 
1993 Phoolan Hasina Ramkali (screenplay) / (story)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Your weekend fix". Hindustan Times. Retrieved 23 March 2012. 
  2. ^ Javeri, Lakshmi Govindrajan. "The porn identity". Deccan Chronicle. Retrieved 23 March 2012.