Anurag Kashyap is known for his unforgettable marks that his films create on the young minds. He is often known for his low-budget movies that leave a mark on our hearts that is worth a movie that a very high budget one. He has changed the face of Bollywood through his many remarkable films. Here are his five best directorial films.

1.    Gulaal

Gulaal is a multi ensemble film. It contains many actors who are very talented like Kay Kay Menon, Piyush Mishra. The movie deals with the theme of hypocrisy and power. This movie released in 2007 and received positive applause from both critics as well as the audience.

2.    DevD

DevD was Anurag Kashyap’s take on the 1917 Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay's love story, Devdas. The movie also got applaud from both critics and audience. Amit Trivedi received the award for the best music direction for DevD that year.

3.    Gangs of Wasseypur

Gangs of Wasseypur a kind of movie that people cannot evolve even now. The movie revolves around the issues of coal mafias in Jharkhand. The movie showcases three families who are rivals and try to win a rat race.

4.    Black Friday

Black Friday is a movie that completed shooting in the year2004, but due to its scripting process, it got released in 2007. Black Friday movie won the Grand Jury Award at the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles and was nominated for the Best Film prize at the Locarno International FilmFestival.

5.    That Girl in Yellow Boots

Kalki Koechlin in this movie playing the role of a girl living abroad who comes to India in pursuit of her father. The movie is also equally loved by the audience as well as the critics. In fact, Kalki Koechlin got married to Anurag Kashyap, and they were together for four years.

Anurag Kashyap clearly is one of the most daring and creative filmmakers of India. His journey was not an easy one. He did not reach this position in his life easily. He did many odd jobs and even wrote scripts for free. This maverick filmmaker is a jewel in the crown of Indian cinema, and he is influenced by some popular Hollywood directors. Here’s to the man who says that “Cinema is the only religion I believe in”.


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