V. Z. Durai
V. Z. Durai (born Peer Moideen) is a Tamil film director.
Durai revealed that he had approached S. S. Chakravarthy to make the film Mugavaree (2000) with Ajith Kumar after failing to get noticed for a long period and getting rejected by four producers for the script. Durai had no prior experience in films as an assistant, with Chakravarthy being supportive and maintaining a close link with the film from shoot until post-production, while also playing a part in roping in Jyothika for the film. Prior to the release of the film, Ajith, who has happy with the final product, gifted a car to the director. The success of the film led to the producer and the director signing another film together, Kadhal Sadugudu, featuring Vikram and Priyanka Trivedi. In 2005, he directed the gangster film Thotti Jaya, starring Silambarasan and Gopika. Durai's fourth film was Nepali, which starred Bharath and Meera Jasmine. He took a five-year hiatus and directed 6, which cast Shaam and Poonam Kaur. He again took a five-year hiatus before directing Yemaali in 2018.
|2000||Mugavaree||Tamil||Ajith Kumar, Jyothika|||
|2003||Kadhal Sadugudu||Tamil||Vikram, Priyanka Trivedi|||
|2005||Thotti Jaya||Tamil||Silambarasan, Gopika|||
|2008||Nepali||Tamil||Bharath, Meera Jasmine|||
|2013||6||Tamil||Shaam, Poonam Kaur|
|2018||Yemaali||Tamil||Samuthirakani, Sam Jones, Athulya Ravi|
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