On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the birth of cinema, the world’s most prolific film producer, B.K. Sridharan, has unveiled his most expensive films to date.
Among them is a collection of films by the B.P.I. chief that will make the director the richest man in the world.
The B.S. Bollywood, based in Mumbai, released six films in 2016.
The most popular of them was B.B.P.’s Bambi, which went on to earn Rs1.9 crore in the domestic box office.
The director also released the romantic comedy The Queen, a film that earned a staggering Rs5.8 crore.
The B.A. Biju Baju (Biju is Bollywood’s name for Indian) is a documentary about the Bijus, a sub-caste group of Hindu men who live in the outskirts of Mumbai.
Bijus are a backward and often violent community.
They are considered to be the poorest caste in the Indian society.
The film depicts their lives in a negative light, but the Bajus have long held a place in popular culture.
Sridharin, who has been making films for almost 40 years, had earlier made the Oscar-winning film, Lagaan, which won a best foreign film award.
The movie won the coveted Best Director category at the 2011 Oscars and was nominated for a Bollywood Oscar.
The two other films released in 2016 were The Queen (2017) and The Queen of the Skies (2017).
Sridhharin has also made films for the Indian Institute of Technology in Hyderabad and the Indian Academy of Film and Television.
The last film, Bijuan, a documentary by filmmaker Rajiv Bhandari, won the 2016 Golden Lion Award at the Cannes Film Festival for best foreign documentary.
Svidharin’s films have earned him the admiration of critics.
“They are some of the finest films ever made.
I will be proud to make films like this,” he said.
Svidharan was recently on the verge of releasing another film, but it was cancelled after Bhandaris team came to an agreement.
The project is now slated for a release in 2022.