Suresh Krissna

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Suresh Krissna
Born 25 June
Bombay, India
Occupation Film director, writer
Years active 1988–present
Spouse(s) Chandra Suresh (m. 1989)
Relatives Shanthi Krishna (sister)
Website
http://www.sureshkrissna.in/blog/

Suresh Krissna is an Indian film director who has directed Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu, Kannada and Hindi films. His first independent film was Sathya (Tamil). He found his fame in Kavithalaya's Annamalai, starring Rajinikanth. Since then, he has directed Veera, Baashha and Baba with Rajinikanth in lead. He has worked with actors like Rajinikanth, Mohanlal, Vishnuvardhan, Kamal Haasan, Chiranjeevi, Nagarjuna Akkineni, Salman Khan, Venkatesh and Upendra. He worked as Assistant Director under K. Balachander.[1][2][3][4] He wrote a book called My Days with Baasha about his experiences while working with Rajinikanth.

As director[edit]

Films[edit]

Year Film Hero Language Storywriter Notes
2012 Katari Veera Surasundarangi Upendra Kannada Upendra, Janardan Maharishi Nominated—SIIMA Award for Best Director
2011 Ilaignan Pa. Vijay Tamil M. Karunanidhi
2009 Arumugam Bharath Tamil Rashid Premji
2008 Mesthri Dasari Narayan Rao Telugu Dasari Narayan Rao
2007 Parattai Engira Azhagu Sundaram Dhanush Tamil Prem remake of Kannada film Jogi
2006 Rocky – The Rebel Zayed Khan Hindi Posani Krishna Murali
2006 Astram Vishnu Manchu Telugu John Matthew Matthan remake of Hindi film Sarfarosh
2005 Jyeshta Vishnuvardhan Kannada Ranjith Remake of Malayalam film Valliettan
2004 Gajendra Vijayakanth Tamil K. V. Vijayendra Prasad remake of Telugu film Simhadri
2004 Bhadradri Ramudu Taraka Ratna Telugu Posani Krishna Murali
2003 Kadamba Vishnuvardhan Kannada Universal Movie Team
2003 Raghavendra Prabhas Telugu Posani Krishna Murali
2002 Idi Maa Ashokgadi Love Story Siva Balaji Telugu Posani Krishna Murali
2002 Baba Rajinikanth Tamil Rajinikanth
2001 Daddy Chiranjeevi Telugu Bhoopathi Raja
2001 Aalavandhan Kamal Haasan Tamil Kamal Haasan
2000 Rayalaseema Ramanna Choudhary Mohan Babu Telugu Arunachalam Creations
1999 Sangamam Rahman Tamil Bhoopathi Raja
1999 Oruvan Sarathkumar Tamil Bhoopathi Raja remake of Auto Driver
1998 Auto Driver Nagarjuna Akkineni Telugu Bhoopathi Raja
1998 Aaha Jagapathi Babu Telugu Himself remake of Aaha
1997 Aahaa Rajiv Krishna Tamil himself
1997 Master Chiranjeevi Telugu Bhoopathi Raja
1996 Dharma Chakram Venkatesh Telugu himself
1996 The Prince Dr.Mohanlal Malayalam himself
1996 Sivasakthi Sathyaraj, Prabhu Tamil Santosh Saroj remake of Agneepath
1995 Baasha Rajinikanth Tamil Ravi Kapoor, Mohan Kaul (uncredited)
1994 Veera Rajinikanth Tamil Sathyanand Remake of Telugu film Allari Mogudu
1993 Vedan Sarathkumar Tamil himself
1993 Rojavai Killathe Arjun Tamil Ananthu
1992 Jaagruti Salman Khan Hindi Rajeev Kaul
1992 Annamalai Rajinikanth Tamil Rakesh Roshan Remake of Hindi film Khudgarz
1992 Vasundhara Telugu
1991 Love Salman Khan Hindi himself
1990 Raja Kaiya Vacha Prabhu Tamil himself
1989 Indrudu Chandrudu Kamal Haasan Telugu Dubbed in Tamil as Indran Chandran
Dubbed in Hindi as Mayor Saab
1988 Prema Venkatesh Telugu himself Dubbed in Tamil as Anbu Chinnam
Remade in Hindi as Love
1988 Sathya Kamal Haasan Tamil Javed Akhtar Remake of Hindi film Arjun

Television[edit]

Serials[edit]

Year Name Of The Serial Channel
2012 Aahaa Vijay TV
2013 Mahabharatham Sun TV[5]
2013-2014 Unarvugal Puthuyugam TV
2014 Arangetram Puthuyugam TV
2015-present Lakshmi Vanthachu Zee Tamil

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