Anurag Kashyap filmography

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Anurag Kashyap is looking away from the camera.
Kashyap attending the Rome Film Festival in 2007.

Anurag Kashyap is an Indian filmmaker and actor, known for his work in Hindi cinema. After writing a television series Kabhie Kabhie (1997), Kashyap co-wrote Ram Gopal Varma's crime drama Satya (1998).[1][2] He later wrote and directed a short television film, Last Train to Mahakali (1999), and made his feature film debut with the yet-unreleased film Paanch.[3][4] He next directed Black Friday (2007), a film on the 1993 Bombay bombings.[5] Its release was barred by India's Censor Board for two years,[6] but was eventually released in 2007 to positive reviews.[7] The same year, he directed the critical and commercial failure No Smoking.[7][8] Return of Hanuman (2007), an animated film, was Kashyap's next directorial venture.[9] In 2009, he directed Dev.D, a modern-day take on Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay's Bengali novel Devdas,[10] along with the political drama Gulaal.[11] Despite positive reviews, the latter was a box-office failure.[12]

Kashyap's production company Anurag Kashyap Films released its first film Udaan (2010)—a critical success that earned him the Filmfare Award for Best Story and Best Screenplay.[13][14][15] He then directed one of the short films in the anthology film Mumbai Cutting.[16] In 2011, he acted in Tigmanshu Dhulia's crime thriller Shagird, portraying the role of the antagonist.[17] After directing the thriller That Girl in Yellow Boots (2011),[18] the two-part crime film Gangs of Wasseypur (2012) was his next release, which garnered him the Filmfare Award for Best Dialogue.[19][20] In 2013, he directed a short film on eve teasing titled That Day After Everyday, and directed one segment of the anthology film Bombay Talkies (2013).[21][22] In 2013, he co-produced The Lunchbox, a film that was nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best Film Not in the English Language,[23] and the biographical drama Shahid.[24] In 2011, Kashyap started another production company Phantom Films,[25] whose first feature was the period drama Lootera (2013).

Kashyap co-produced and co-edited the comedy-drama Queen (2014), which earned him the Filmfare Award for Best Editing; the film also won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Hindi. The following year, he served as the creative director in the mini-series Yudh (2014) starring Amitabh Bachchan;[26] and subsequently presented two documentary film The World Before Her (2012) and Katiyabaaz (2014).[27][28] His next directorial ventures were the thriller Ugly (2014) and the period film Bombay Velvet (2015).[29][30] The latter opened to mixed reviews from critics and failed to recover its 1.2 billion (US$19 million) investment.[31][32][33] In 2015, he co-produced two commercially successful films, Hunterrr, NH10 and the critically acclaimed Masaan.[34][35]

Films

Feature films

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Title Year Director Producer Screenwriter Actor Notes Ref.
...Jayate 1997 Yes Unreleased [36]
Satya 1998 Yes [2]
Shool 1999 Yes[a] [37]
Kaun 1999 Yes [38]
Jung 2000 Yes [39]
Nayak 2001 Yes[a] [40]
Paanch 2003 Yes Yes Unreleased [4]
Paisa Vasool 2004 Yes [41]
Yuva 2004 Yes[a] [42]
Water 2005 Yes[a] [43]
Main Aisa Hi Hoon 2005 Yes[a] [44]
Mixed Doubles 2006 Yes[a] [45]
Shoonya 2006 Yes [46]
Black Friday 2007 Yes Yes Yes [2]
No Smoking 2007 Yes Yes Yes [47]
Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd. 2007 Yes[a] [48]
Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal 2007 Yes[a] [49]
Return of Hanuman 2007 Yes Yes [50]
Fool & Final 2007 Yes[a] [51]
Shakalaka Boom Boom 2007 Yes[a] [52]
Aamir 2008 Yes Creative producer [53]
Kurbaan 2009 Yes[a] [54]
Luck by Chance 2009 Yes Cameo [55]
Dev.D 2009 Yes Yes Yes Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Director [56]
Gulaal 2009 Yes Yes Yes Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Story [57]
Udaan 2010 Yes Yes Filmfare Award for Best Story[b]
Filmfare Award for Best Screenplay[b]
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Film
[58]
I Am 2010 Yes [59]
Mumbai Cutting 2010 Yes Yes Directed the segment "Pramod Bhai 23" [60]
Muskurake Dekh Zara 2010 Yes [61]
That Girl in Yellow Boots 2011 Yes Yes Yes [62]
Soundtrack 2011 Yes Cameo [63]
Shagird 2011 Yes [64]
Tera Kya Hoga Johnny 2011 Yes Cameo [65]
Trishna 2011 Yes Yes [66]
Michael 2011 Yes [67]
Shaitan 2011 Yes [68]
Gangs of Wasseypur – Part 1 2012 Yes Yes Yes Filmfare Award for Best Dialogue[c]
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Film
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Director
[20]
[69]
Gangs of Wasseypur – Part 2 2012 Yes Yes Yes [20]
[69]
Aiyyaa 2012 Yes [70]
Chittagong 2012 Yes [71]
Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana 2012 Yes [72]
Talaash: The Answer Lies Within 2012 Yes[d] [73]
The Last Act 2012 Yes Yes [74]
Tasher Desh 2012 Yes [75]
Shahid 2012 Yes [24]
Peddlers 2012 Yes [76]
The Lunchbox 2013 Yes Critics Week Viewers Choice Award (Cannes Film Festival)
Nominated—BAFTA Award for Best Film Not in the English Language
[77]
[23]
Monsoon Shootout 2013 Yes [78]
Bombay Talkies 2013 Yes Yes Directed the segment "Murabba" [22]
Lootera 2013 Yes Yes[a] [79]
Shorts 2013 Yes [80]
Hasee Toh Phasee 2014 Yes Yes[a] [81]
Bhoothnath Returns 2014 Yes Cameo [82]
Queen 2014 Yes Filmfare Award for Best Editing[e]
National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Hindi
[83]
[84]
[85]
Tigers 2014 Yes [86]
Happy New Year 2014 Yes Cameo [87]
Ugly 2014 Yes Yes Yes Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Director [88]
[89]
NH10 2015 Yes [90]
Hunterrr 2015 Yes [91]
Bombay Velvet 2015 Yes Yes Yes [92]
Masaan 2015 Yes FIPRESCI Award (Cannes Film Festival)
Promising Future award (Cannes Film Festival)
[93]
Meeruthiya Gangster 2015 Co-editor [94]
Vakratunda Mahakaaya 2015 Yes Marathi film [95]
Shaandaar 2015 Yes [96]
Udta Punjab 2016 Yes [97]
Raman Raghav 2.0 2016 Yes Yes Yes [98]
Akira 2016 Yes [99]
Wrong Side Raju 2016 Yes Gujarati film [100]
Haraamkhor 2017 Yes [101]
Trapped 2017 Yes [102]
Mukkabaaz 2016 Yes Yes Yes [103]
Imaikkaa Nodigal Film has yet to be released 2017 Yes Tamil Film [104]
Moothon Film has yet to be released TBA Yes[a] Malayalam film [105]
Madly Film has yet to be released TBA Yes Yes Yes Directed the segment "clean shaven" [106]
Ghoomketu Film has yet to be released TBA Yes Yes Post-production [107]
Bhavesh Joshi Shooting started TBA Yes Filming [108]

Short films

Title Year Director Producer Screenwriter Actor Ref.
Last Train to Mahakali 1999 Yes Yes Yes [3]
Tubelight ka Chaand 2010 Yes [109]
The Joy of Giving 2010 Yes [110]
Encounter 2010 Yes Yes [111]
Moi Marjaani 2013 Yes [112]
Geek Out 2013 Yes [113]
The Epiphany 2013 Yes [112]
Chai 2013 Yes [113]
Hidden Cricket 2013 Yes [112]
That Day After Everyday 2013 Yes Yes [21]
Kali-Katha 2014 Yes Yes Yes [114]

Documentary films

Title Year Role Ref.
The World Before Her 2012 Presenter [115]
Katiyabaaz 2014 Presenter [28]
India In A Day 2016 Executive producer [116]

Television

Title Year Role Channel Ref.
Kabhie Kabhie 1997 Writer Star Plus [1]
Yudh 2014 Creative director Sony Entertainment Television [117]

Music videos

Title Year Role Artists Ref.
"Satan" 2012 Producer Yo Yo Honey Singh, Neha Kakkar [118]

Footnotes

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Only wrote dialogues.
  2. ^ a b Shared the award with Vikramaditya Motwane.
  3. ^ Shared the award with Zeishan Quadri, Akhilesh Jaiswal, and Sachin K Ladia.
  4. ^ Wrote additional dialogues.
  5. ^ Shared the award with Abhijit Kokate.

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