Best directorial debuts of Indian cinema

debutdir1daskino SAYS,

-RGV’s Siva (TE).

Year: 1989     Genre: Gangster

-Venkat Prabhu’s

Chennai 600028(TA).

Year: 2007     Genre: Comedy

-Farhan Akthar’s

Dil Chahtha Hai (H).

Year: 2001     Genre: Comic Drama

-Chandrasekhar Yeleti’s Aithe (TE).

Year: 2003     Genre: Thriller

-Bala’s Sethu (TA).

Year: 1999     Genre: Drama

-Sasi Kumar’s Subramaniapuram (TA).

Year: 2008     Genre: Period, Crime

-Shankar’s Gentleman (TA).

Year: 1993     Genre: Masala

-Nagesh Kukunoor’s Hyderabad Blues (HIN, TE, ENG).

Year: 1998     Genre: Romantic Comedy

-Shyam Benegal’s Ankur (H).

Year: 1972     Genre: Middle Cinema, a genre created by Benegal

himself.

-Rajkumar Hirani’s Munnabhai M.B.B.S (H).

Year: 2003     Genre: Comedy

-Aamir Khan’s Taare Zameen Par (H).

Year: 2007     Genre: Drama

-Gangaraju Gunam’s Little Soldiers (TE).

Year: 2002     Genre: Comedy,Drama

Though there are other good debuts, the list is made out of whatever Daskino had seen. If you feel that any other directional debuts should be included in the list, tell us.

Hope you’ve enjoyed reading through the list.

Poster sketch : RHL

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2 Responses to Best directorial debuts of Indian cinema

  1. Pranav says:

    hey kewl ones bro……post even best actorial debuts !!

  2. cjs says:

    thanx mate…u’ve become one of the blog’s biggest support…keep readin and keep commenting

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