Favorite Directors of Kollywood

‘Things keep changing, with accordance to time and it’s more applicable to films’ said one of the versatile filmmakers of Tamil film industry. There were times when films were just off entire songs ranging up to 54 songs and more. Hop-skipping from ancient-to-golden era, songs were bit reduced and more importance were given to dialogues. And take on with the modern day cinema, no more songs and just a film of not more than 100mins.

Yup! Audiences love watching such kind of movies and nothing else. Give them the best story with crisp screenplay; that’s enough and audiences are there raising filmmakers to the peaks of glory.

So who’s leading the race in Kollywood? Who’s the best of audiences and worst too? Kollywood today.com had hosted a city-wise opinion poll of Chennaites on the topic of their Best and Worst Directors…

You believe us or not, there were some shocking responses from the publics…

Here goes the simple statement, yet powerful and shocking to listen…

Director Mani Rathnam has been the best of all times and ahead of ages to come. The versatile personality has been attempting for different shows. However, at certain stages, he has been disappointing us with films like ‘Aayitha Ezhuthu’…

Director Shankar – We liked his films Gentleman, Indian and Mudhalvan… These films were really great in terms of theme. While in rest of the films, he has been using the tactics of leading heroes and big budgets…

Director Gowtham Menon – Perhaps, he seems to have great collections of Hollywood DVDs in his racks… Better, he can stay making comedy films like ‘Minnale’ and not make hilarious flicks like Vettaiyaadu Vilaiyadu.

Director Selvaraghavan – His only film that had his original cut was ‘Kadhal Kondain’. That too, it was a new genre in town… His other films were marketed with the terms of ‘Profanity’ and ‘Vulgarity’.

Director Venkat Prabhu – Chennai 600028 was an innovative shot. His next film ‘Saroja’ was perfect in terms of theme. But he could have just mentioned he had remade Hollywood film ‘Judgment Night’… Anyways we enjoyed killing our times… Watching it…

Director A.R. Murugadoss – Surely, he is the master-blaster of Tamil film industry… From his three films, audiences have got a different feel… Commercial film ‘Dheena’, A message conveying film – ‘Ramana’ and a great stylish film ‘Ghajini’. Don’t say it’s a copycat of Christopher Nolan’s ‘Mementoes’. It was just an inspiration as he had picked the concept of short term memory loss and everything else was different….

On the whole, Kollywood is experiencing a changing phase and tastes too. Gone are those days, where great star-casts, top-charting directors and big-budgeted flicks are no more a fantasy for audiences…

All they’re looking out for is a good movie savoring to their tastes… Anyone who presents them with such kind of best pieces, would be their heroes.

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