Sanjay Gupta (director)
Gupta at launch of Priyanka Sinha Jha's book Supertraits of Superstars
14 April 1967 (age 52)
|Occupation||Director, producer, screenwriter|
|Home town||Mumbai, India|
Sanjay Gupta is an Indian filmmaker, producer and screenwriter working primarily in Bollywood industry. Gupta is mostly known for his films such as Jung, Khauff, Kaante, Kaabil and Zinda. He has frequently cast Aditya Pancholi and Sanjay Dutt in his movies.
Gupta started his career with Aatish: Feel the Fire (1994) starring Aditya Pancholi and Sanjay Dutt. Later he went to write and direct films including Ram Shastra, Khauff and Jung. The filming of Jung (2000), lasted over two years. Gupta and producer Satish Tandon had a dispute about the release of the film, with Tandon pushing for a release while Gupta wanted Sanjay Dutt to re-dub some lines, which Dutt was refusing to do. He is famous for plagiarism , most his movies are inspired/copied.
While filming Kaante in the Los Angeles in 2001, the events of the 9/11 attack forced the film to relocate planned scenes from several areas that were then considered sensitive. Commentators noted a similarity in Kaante to Quentin Tarantino's film Reservoir Dogs. Gupta said that he was inspired by a number of other films as well, including The Asphalt Jungle, The Killing, and the film that inspired Reservoir Dogs, Ringo Lam's City on Fire.
|1994||Aatish: Feel the Fire||Yes||Yes||Inspired by Deewaar, A Better Tomorrow, and State of Grace.|
|1995||Ram Shastra||Yes||Yes||Based on Hard to Kill|
|2000||Jung||Yes||Yes||Based on Desperate Measures|
|2000||Khauff||Yes||Yes||Based on The Juror|
|2002||Kaante||Yes||Yes||Inspired by City On Fire and Reservoir Dogs|
|2003||Plan||Yes||Yes||Based on Suicide Kings|
|2004||Musafir||Yes||Yes||Based on U Turn|
|2006||Zinda||Yes||Yes||Based on Oldboy|
|Shootout at Lokhandwala||Yes|
|2008||Woodstock Villa||Yes||Based on Game|
|2010||Acid Factory||Yes||Based on Unknown|
|2013||Shootout at Wadala||Yes||Yes||Yes||Based on the book Dongri to Dubai|
|2015||Jazbaa||Yes||Yes||Yes||Based on Seven Days|
- Meena, Iyer (5 June 2009). "Sanjay Gupta remarries... his ex-wife!". The Times Group. Times of India. Retrieved 24 December 2015.
- Kanchana Suggu. "'I will not dub for Jung'". Rediff. Retrieved 16 November 2014.
- "The trailer of Khauff". Rediff Team. Rediff. 2000. Retrieved 24 December 2015.
- "Movies: An interview with Sanjay Gupta". Rediff. 27 July 2002. Retrieved 16 November 2014.
- 표절의혹 '올드보이', 제작사 법적대응 고려 [Plagiarism Doubts, 'OldBoy' Production Company Considers Legal Confrontation] (in Korean). STAR News. 16 November 2005. Retrieved 26 August 2009.
- Rajinder, Dudrah,; Jigna, Desai, (1 October 2008). The Bollywood Reader. McGraw-Hill International. ISBN 9780335222124. Retrieved 16 November 2014.
- Dudrah, Rajinder and Desai, Jigna. 2008. The Bollywood Reader: The Essential Bollywood. Oxford University Press. pp. 6.
- Chaudhuri, Diptakirti (2015). Written by Salim-Javed: The Story of Hindi Cinema’s Greatest Screenwriters. Penguin Books. p. 245. ISBN 9789352140084.
- Peirse, Alison (2013). Korean Horror Cinema. Edinburgh University Press. p. 190. ISBN 9780748677658.
- "Who is the surprise package of Kaante?". Rediff team. Rediff. 27 July 2002. Retrieved 21 December 2015.
- Kanika, Gahlaut. "Reddy to show". India Today News Network. India Today. Archived from the original on 21 December 2015. Retrieved 2 June 2017.
- "Zinda review - Timeout". The Timeout team. Time Out. 2006. Retrieved 21 December 2015.
- "'Shootout at Wadala' my most challenging film: Sanjay Gupta". IANS. Mid Day. 5 May 2012. Retrieved 21 December 2015.
- "Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's 'Jazbaa' a remake of South Korean film Seven Days". The Indian Express. 17 December 2014.
- "Hrithik Roshan pairs with Yami Gautam in 'Kaabil'". TOI. 8 February 2016. Retrieved 8 February 2016.
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