He likes to make quintessentially message-oriented films. Lacing drama with humour and song-dance interludes comes naturally to him as it would to any Indian filmmaker. The kind of films he makes often borders on the melodramatic, but they are at least not unrealistic and pretentious.
That is Krish for you. Several years into the filmdom, he is one of the ace directors of the industry. Valued more for the value of his cinema than his commercial standing, he is definitely one of the finest filmmakers we have.
After Gamyam and Vedam, now in 2012 we await his biggest film, Krishnam Vande Jagatgurum. Described by its hero as coming with many interesting combinations, this artistic-action adventure is easily a one-of-its-kind film. If the promo is anything to go by, he is unleashing a brand new savior in his own inimitable style. Only time will tell whether Krish is another Rajamouli in the making. Definitely, KVJ's large canvas and ideology are enticing for the common man.
As he marches forward in his journey, Krish this year also tries to leave his footprint in Tamil cinema. Let us see if, before his next birthday, he will have won some more prestigious awards.
IndiaGlitz wishes Tollywood's one of the few most respected directors a very happy birthday.