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Happy Birthday, Sujoy Ghosh! Must-see films include Kahaani and Badla

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One thing unites the movies Kahaani, Badla, and Jhankaar Beats: Sujoy Ghosh. In 2003, he made his directing debut with the movie Jhankaar Beats. With the popular movie Kahaani, which features Vidya Balan in the lead role, Ghosh demonstrated his mastery of the thriller genre. The movie won several accolades, including three National Film Awards and five Filmfare Awards. The filmmaker is still one of the top options for movies that left audiences wondering what will happen next in the plot.
Let's look at the five Sujoy Ghosh films you may binge-watch this weekend as the filmmaker prepares to celebrate his 57th birthday on May 21:
Kahaani
For the majority of moviegoers, seeing Kahaani is an unforgettable experience. Who could ever forget seeing the big revelation on TV, after all? One of the finest thrillers in Hindi cinema, this film by Sujoy Ghosh had a significant influence. In Kolkata, a pregnant lady hunting for her absent husband was represented by Vidya Balan. She runs the risk of losing her life due to what she meets there.
With Typewriter, Typewriter Ghosh made his debut in the horror subgenre. Two friends visited an ancient mansion in Goa in the Netflix series. But the information they discover there might endanger their lives.
In 2019, Badla Badla was made available. Amitabh Bachchan, Taapsee Pannu, and Amrita Singh appeared in the mystery film. As the title indicates, the narrative of this revenge-themed movie will keep you riveted to your seat as it takes unexpected turns.
Beats by Jhankaar
Jhankaar Beats, a 2003 movie about friendship, love, and music, is still among Ghosh's best-known productions. Jhankaar Beats was a musical extravaganza, despite the director's reputation for directing films with the most surprising turns. The movie also had the well-known Tu Aashiqui Hai song by KK.
Aladin
Aladin, a 2009 fantasy action movie directed by Sujoy Ghosh, was released in theaters. Amitabh Bachchan, Sanjay Dutt, Riteish Deshmukh, and Jacqueline Fernandez all starred in it. The tale was a contemporary retelling of the timeless Arabian Nights tale Aladdin and his genie.

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