Nagesh Kukunoor

Nagesh Kukunoor

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Nagesh Kukunoor (born 30 March 1967) is an Indian filmmaker and screenwriter. He is known for movies such as Rockford (1999), Hyderabad Blues (1998), 3 Deewarein (2003) and Iqbal (2005).

Early life

Nagesh Kukunoor was born to Kusuma Sudershan and KS Naidu in Hyderabad. As a kid he loved watching Telugu, Hindi, and English films in the theatres of his neighbourhood, Narayanguda. He was schooled at Montfort Anglo-Indian School in Tamil Nadu, where he became an avid fan of Hollywood films. He then did his intermediate from Little Flower Junior College, Hyderabad and went ahead to do Chemical Engineering at Osmania University in Hyderabad, and graduated with a Bachelor's degree. He moved to Atlanta, Georgia in the United States in 1988, and completed his Master's degree in Chemical Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology.He studied Acting & direction at the Warehouse Actor's Theater in Atlanta.

Movie career

He invested the money he made from his engineering career in USA in producing the movie Hyderabad Blues. It is based on a script that he wrote in Atlanta dealing with Indians returning home from the United States of America. He directed and acted in the movie. It was a budget of Rs. 17 lakhs (1.7 million, roughly equivalent to U.S. $ 40,000/-) and shot in 17 days. It was perceived by Sanjay Arora, an independent film maker, to be realistic and among one of the first movies to use Hyderabadi Urdu...
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