Top 5 new directors of Tamil cinema 2017

Top 5 New Directors Of Tamil Cinema In 2017
Top 5 New Directors Of Tamil Cinema In 2017

Top 5 new directors of Tamil cinema 2017

The year has been the occurrence of many new filmmakers, who have exhibited their best in different genres. They have indeed made the Tamil film industry much prouder with good and unconventional movies bringing attention from everywhere. Here is the list of 5 prominent newcomers in the directorial league of Tamil cinema 2017.

5. Hip Hop Aadhi (Meesaya Murukku):

Hip Hop Aadhi For Meesaya Murukku

He already proved his proficiency as a talented music director. But he emerged as a successful filmmaker with ‘Meesaya Murukku’, which happens to be a story based on his real life. So much of well planned structure and good execution made him deliver a hit.

4. Lokesh Kanagaraj (Maanagaram):

Lokesh Kanagaraj For Maanagaram

He had already been a famous short filmmaker and Potential Studios signed him up for the reason that his making style was top-notch. He delivered a decorous movie based on simple plot, but had crafted them with a racy screenplay and top-notch technical quality.

3. Gopi Nainar (Aramm):

Gopi Nainar For Aramm

He had been on controversial headlines for the claim over ‘Kaththi’ script from AR Murugadoss. But finally, he managed to have a sigh of relief with his much awaited ‘Aramm’ starring Nayantara finally hitting screens. He is now the most celebrated filmmaker of Tamil film industry and will be soon out with his next project.

2. Milind Rao (Aval):

Milind Rao For Aval

He had been an associate director of Maniratnam and close acquaintance to Siddarth for a very long time. Finally after 17 years of hard work, he made his directorial debut with ‘Aval’. He conceptualized a horror script based on true incidents and had managed to get us scared with spine-chilling moment in many places. Thanks to him for avoiding the non-sense elements in the movie.

1. Arun Prabhu Purushothaman (Aruvi):

Arun Prabhu Purushothaman For Aruvi

Being an associate director of KS Ravikumar, the director has chosen a different genre far away from his mentor’s style. A stunning masterpiece that one would say and he arrested our senses with his spectacular storytelling.