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  Saadhika Randhawa
Saadhika Randhawa or Saadhika is a model and an actress. She hails from a Sikh family. She has an army background. Her father wanted her to become an engineer, but when she finished studying, she started getting offers from Bollywood. Jesse Randhawa, the model is her sister.

Saadhika Randhawa is a winner of Jaipur Queen's crown. She won that competition in 1993. In that competition, filmmaker Sawan Kumar noticed her and offered her a role in the film 'Salma Pe Dil Aa Gaya'. Then she was seen in the film 'Shikaar'. She was seen shaking her leg on an item number in the film 'Satta'.

Saadhika Randhawa tried her luck in the south Indian films too but could not make it. So she returned to Bollywood and appeared in the films like 'Ananth' ,'Khujali' and 'Aye Watan' . These films could not do much at the box office. Apart from hindi fi...  See full bio

Saadhika Randhawa or Saadhika is a model and an actress. She hails from a Sikh family. She has an army background. Her father wanted her to become an engineer, but when she finished studying, she started getting offers from Bollywood. Jesse Randhawa, the model is her sister.

Saadhika Randhawa is a winner of Jaipur Queen's crown. She won that competition in 1993. In that competition, filmmaker Sawan Kumar noticed her and offered her a role in the film 'Salma Pe Dil Aa Gaya'. Then she was seen in the film 'Shikaar'. She was seen shaking her leg on an item number in the film 'Satta'.

Saadhika Randhawa tried her luck in the south Indian films too but could not make it. So she returned to Bollywood and appeared in the films like 'Ananth' ,'Khujali' and 'Aye Watan' . These films could not do much at the box office. Apart from hindi films, Saadhika Randhawa had featured in Daler Mehandi's album 'Nabi Buba Nabi'.

Though Saadhika Randhawa could not become successful in the Hindi film industry, she has established herself in Bhojpuri cinema well. Her films with Ravi Kishan and Manoj Tiwari like 'Purab' and 'Pyar Ke Bandhan' were hits. Her next Bhojpuri releases will be 'Pandav' and 'Janam Janam Ka Saath' with Ravi Kishan and Manoj Tiwari respectively.

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  Sathiyamoorthy
Sathiyamoorthy is an upcoming Southindian director. He directing his first Movie titled CSK - Charles Shafiq Karthika.

Sathiyamoorthy is an upcoming Southindian director. He directing his first Movie titled CSK - Charles Shafiq Karthika.

 
  Deekay
Deekay the director of horror comedy Yaamirukka Bayamey has become a Super Hit movie and actors Krishna, Karuna, Rupa Manjari, Oviya, Anaswara and Aadhav are receiving rave reviews for their performance. Now he is started to direct his next movie Jiiva starrer "Kavalai Vendam".

Deekay the director of horror comedy Yaamirukka Bayamey has become a Super Hit movie and actors Krishna, Karuna, Rupa Manjari, Oviya, Anaswara and Aadhav are receiving rave reviews for their performance. Now he is started to direct his next movie Jiiva starrer "Kavalai Vendam".

Known For: Kavalai Vendam
 
  Babu Yogeswaran
Babu Yogeswaran is an Southindian Film Director.

Babu Yogeswaran is an Southindian Film Director.

Known For: TamilarasanDassDaas
 
  Syed Ibrahim
Syed Ibrahim is an upcoming Southindian film director. He directing his first movie titled Puriyatha Anantham Puthithaga Aarambam. Noted he is an brother of leading producer Rowther Ibhrahim.

Syed Ibrahim is an upcoming Southindian film director. He directing his first movie titled Puriyatha Anantham Puthithaga Aarambam. Noted he is an brother of leading producer Rowther Ibhrahim.

 
  Gandhi Krishna
Gandhi Krishna is an Indian film director who has worked on Tamil films. After beginning his career as an assistant to Shankar, he has made commercially and critically successful films.

After apprenticing under Shankar in Indian (1996), Gandhi Krishna approached writer Sujatha to allow him to adapt his novel Pirivom Sandhipom into a screenplay. Sujatha refused the offer citing that film makers had often misinterpreted his novels' characters, so the plan was consequently dropped. Gandhi Krishna then began work on his first venture, a social drama film titled Engineer in late 1997. Touted as a big-budget project, the film starred Arvind Swamy and Madhuri Dixit in the lead roles and was based on a story regarding the building of a dam project in South India. The film ran in to financial trouble after eighty percent of the film's shoot had been completed a...  See full bio

Gandhi Krishna is an Indian film director who has worked on Tamil films. After beginning his career as an assistant to Shankar, he has made commercially and critically successful films.

After apprenticing under Shankar in Indian (1996), Gandhi Krishna approached writer Sujatha to allow him to adapt his novel Pirivom Sandhipom into a screenplay. Sujatha refused the offer citing that film makers had often misinterpreted his novels' characters, so the plan was consequently dropped. Gandhi Krishna then began work on his first venture, a social drama film titled Engineer in late 1997. Touted as a big-budget project, the film starred Arvind Swamy and Madhuri Dixit in the lead roles and was based on a story regarding the building of a dam project in South India. The film ran in to financial trouble after eighty percent of the film's shoot had been completed and has since remained unreleased. In 1999, director Shankar, the mentor of Gandhi Krishna, attempted to revive the project through his production house but was unsuccessful in doing so. A further attempt was made to restart the project with Suriya in the lead role in 2004, but it also failed to materialize.

Subsequently, Gandhi Krishna made his directorial debut through the art film Nila Kaalam (2001), a coming-of-age television film starring children. Based on Sujatha's novel Andru Un Arugil, the film won a National Film Award and received critical acclaim, with a reviewer from The Hindu stating the film "is a must for one and all" and that Gandhi Krishna tackles the "theme confidently". He next made the romantic thriller, Chellamae (2004), featuring newcomer Vishal in the lead role alongside Reemma Sen and Bharath. The basic premise of the plot was taken from a line from the Ramayana, with Bharath portraying the antagonist. Unlike his first venture, Chellamae was made to entertain audiences and prompted a positive response from critics as well as at the box office.

Gandhi Krishna finally ended up making Pirivom Sandhipom from mid-2007 as Ananda Thandavam (2009), with rookie actors Siddharth Venugopal, Tamannaah Bhatia and Rukmini Vijayakumar in the leading roles. Despite being promoted heavily prior to release, the film garnered negative reviews and performed poorly at the box office. A critic from Rediff.com noted "though its scores in parts for sensitivity, the overall effect is rather lacking in enthusiasm". In 2012, it was reported that Gandhi Krishna had taken over as the director of the fantasy film Karikalan from L. I. Kannan. The film, which starred Vikram, Zarine Khan and Radhika Apte, had been in production since 2010 but has failed to restart even after Gandhi Krishna's appointment.

Known For: Chellamae
 
 
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