Dream Warrior Pictures

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Dream Warrior Pictures
Founded2010
HeadquartersChennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Key people
S R Prakashbabu
S R Prabhu
ProductsFilm Production
Film Distribution
Websitewww.dwp.in

Dream Warrior Pictures is an Indian film production company based in Chennai. It was founded in 2010 by brothers S R Prakashbabu and S R Prabhu, who were partners in Studio Green during 2006–2013. They are also relatives of the veteran actor Sivakumar and cousins for actors Suriya and Karthi. They are prominent producers and distributors in South India.

History[edit]

Dream Warrior Pictures first produced Saguni (2012) starring Karthi and Pranitha, it was a box office flop. Initially producers shot the film with Salim Ghouse as villain, while watching double positive, they felt for the change of villain and re-shot the entire portion with Prakash Raj as villain.[1] After Saguni, they have started their next production and the movie is titled as Kaashmora (2016), which is the high budget film in Karthi's career. Karthi, Nayanthara,[2] Sri Divya, Vivek are the protagonists in Kaashmora.[3][4] This movie turned out to be a historic-horror-comedy flick (multi genre), directed by Gokul, whose previous movie was Idharkuthane Aasaipattai Balakumara and music is composed by Santhosh Narayanan.[5][6] Kaashmora involves huge VFX work with CG footage amounting to close to 70 mins.[7] Producers confirmed that Kaashmora will be released both in Tamil and Telugu languages for Diwali 2016 (October).[8][9]

Studio's next project was titled as Joker (2016), directed by Raju Murugan, whose previous was Cuckoo, Guru Somasundaram is the protagonist of the Joker movie.[10][11][12] This movie emphasis the necessity of toilets for all rural homes. Even the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has addressed this issue. Hence medias are asking Prime Minister to watch the film.[13] In the movie, protagonist thinks himself as The President of India.[14] Joker explores different side of me, says Guru Somasundaram.[15] The Superstar of Indian Cinema Padma Vibhushan Rajnikanth praised the Joker team for making the movie.[16] Joker won the Tamil Film competition of 14th Chennai International Film Festival held in January 2017 at Chennai.[17][18][19] Also the film won couple more awards for Best Dialogues and Best Production which is conferred by Ananda Vikatan.[20]

Simultaneously, the Company had produced another movie titled Aruvi (2017), which is an Eco Social Drama, directed by Arun Prabhu Purushothaman. The Team had been hunting for lead artist through all social medias.[21] Aruvi made its international premiere at Shanghai International Film Festival in June 2016.[22] Producer S R Prabhu says, We are so much proud that Aruvi has become one of the best films produced under our banner.[23] Alongside Aruvi , Kootathil Orthan (2017) had started which is directed by Gnanavel, his debut movie.[24] Ashok Selvan and Priya Anand were playing the lead roles in this movie.[25]

After Kaashmora, Aruvi and Kootathil Oruthan, the production house had been producing Karthi's movie Theeran Adhigaaram Ondru[26][27][28] directed by H Vinoth. Also, Dream Warrior Pictures is eyeing for an International co-production for their project The Sunshine, which is written by Leena Manimekalai and Antonythasan Jesuthasan, to be directed by Leena Manimekalai.[29][30][31] The Sunshine was presented in 2016 Film Bazaar co-production market. Release of Theeran Adhigaaram Ondru[32] had happened in Nov 2017 which is then followed by producing the web series Vella Raja starring Bobby Simha and Parvati Nair. The streaming of Vella Raja had happened on Amazon Prime Video on Dec 2018. Then the making of Suriya's 36th movie NGK[33] had started in Feb 2018 and the release had happened in May 2019. Presently Maanagaram fame Lokesh Kanagaraj’s Kaithi (2019 film) [34] was released on 25 October 2019, coinciding with Diwali. Which is continued with the making of Sharwanand and Ritu Varma starrer upcoming bilingual (Tamil & Telugu) film directed by debut director Shree Karthick for releasing during summer 2020.

Filmography[edit]

Films Produced[edit]

Year Title Cast Director Notes
2012 Saguni Karthi, Pranitha Subhash, Prakash Raj Shankar Dayal
2016 Joker Guru Somasundaram Raju Murugan National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Tamil[35]
Best Film Award – Norway Tamil Film Festival[36]
Best Tamil Film Award – 2017 Zee Cine Awards[37][38]
Filmfare Award for Best Film – Tamil[39]
2016 Kaashmora Karthi, Nayanthara, Sri Divya Gokul
2017 Kootathil Oruthan Ashok Selvan, Priya Anand T. J. Gnanavel
2017 Theeran Adhigaram Ondru Karthi, Rakul Preet Singh H. Vinoth
2017 Aruvi Aditi Balan Arun Prabhu Puroshothaman
2019 NGK Suriya, Sai Pallavi, Rakul Preet Singh Selvaraghavan
2019 Raatchasi Jyotika, Hareesh Peradi Sy. Gowthamraj
2019 Kaithi Karthi, Narain, Dheena Lokesh Kanagaraj
2020 Vattam Sibiraj, Andrea Jeremiah Kamalakannan Post-production

Films distributed[edit]

Year Title Cast Director
2012 Saguni Karthi, Pranitha Subhash, Prakash Raj Shankar Dayal
2016 Joker Guru Somasundaram Raju Murugan
2016 Kaashmora Karthi, Nayanthara, Sri Divya Gokul
2017 Kootathil Oruthan Ashok Selvan, Priya Anand T. J. Gnanavel
2017 Theeran Adhigaram Ondru Karthi, Rakul Preet Singh H. Vinoth
2017 Aruvi Aditi Balan Arun
2019 NGK Suriya, Sai Pallavi, Rakul Preet Singh Selvaraghavan
2019 Raatchasi Jyothika, Hareesh Peradi Sy. Gowthamraj
2019 Kaithi Karthi, Narain, Dheena Lokesh Kanagaraj

Web series[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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