Anurag Kashyap is an Indian movie director, who has been making and producing a tremendous amount of Indian quality movies. Some of them are really, really, rough to see, like the movies Gangs of Wasseypur I and II, which still lie on my shelf unwatched.
Many other Anurag Kashyap -movies have been reviewed in Indivue during the past, like Gulaal, That Girl in Yellow Boots and Dev.D., the latter of which belongs to the category of the Best Bollywood movies of this millennium. Find the reviews in the links!
Black Friday and Bombay Talkies were the less violent type of Anurag’s movies. Black Friday, an artistic type of a movie, and Bombay Talkies, a nice collection of short movies by 4 different Indian movie directors, all of them movies shot in Mumbai.
Recently Anurag Kashyap made another short movie collection with three other directors. The movie was called Lust Stories, and it was made for Netflix only. It did not impress me, but I don’t regret seeing it either.
At this moment, in the Love & Anarchy – Helsinki International Film Festival 2018, runs his movie Mukkabaaz (The Brawler, in English).
His latest movie Manmarziyaan, “Husband material” in English, is running in Indian theatres at the moment. You can hear the soundtrack in the end of this article.
Though most of the movies directed by Anurag Kashyap are not for the sensitive people, you can try some for yourself and find the movies in the links below.
Movies directed by Anurag Kashyap
- Black Friday (2007)
- No Smoking (2007)
- Return of Hanuman (2007)
- Dev.D (2009)
- Gulaal (2009)
- Mumbai Cutting (2010)
- That Girl in Yellow Boots – Anurag Kashyap (2011)
- Gangs of Wasseypur – Anurag Kashyap (2012)
- Gangs of Wasseypur II – Anurag Kashyap
- Bombay Talkies – Zoya Akhtar, Dibakar Banerjee, Karan Johar & Anurag Kashyap (2013)
- Ugly (2014)
- Bombay Velvet (2015)
- Raman Raghav 2.0 (2016)
- Mukkabaaz – The Brawler (2018)
- Lust Stories (2018)
- Sacred Games (2018)
- Manmarziyaan (2018)
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This article is part of INDIVUE – Trip to Bollywood