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Happy Birthday Mani Ratnam: 5 films every cinema lover should watch

Mani Ratnam is a renowned Indian filmmaker known for his impactful storytelling and unique filmmaking style. While it's subjective to say which movies everyone should watch, here are some notable films directed by Mani Ratnam that are highly acclaimed and worth watching!
Last Updated : 02 June 2023, 14:24 IST

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Nayakan (1987) - A critically acclaimed crime drama loosely based on the life of Mumbai's underworld don, Varadarajan Mudaliar perfectly portrayed by Ulaganayagan Kamal Haasan. Credit: Special Arrangement
Nayakan (1987) - A critically acclaimed crime drama loosely based on the life of Mumbai's underworld don, Varadarajan Mudaliar perfectly portrayed by Ulaganayagan Kamal Haasan. Credit: Special Arrangement
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Thalapathi (1991) - Inspired by the story of Karna from the Mahabharata, this movie narrates the tale of a powerful friendship between two men. Credit: Special Arrangement
Thalapathi (1991) - Inspired by the story of Karna from the Mahabharata, this movie narrates the tale of a powerful friendship between two men. Credit: Special Arrangement
Roja (1992) - A romantic thriller set against the backdrop of terrorism in Kashmir. The movie stars Arvind Swami and Madhoo in the titular role and was a huge success all over India. Credit: Special Arrangement
Roja (1992) - A romantic thriller set against the backdrop of terrorism in Kashmir. The movie stars Arvind Swami and Madhoo in the titular role and was a huge success all over India. Credit: Special Arrangement
Guru (2007) - Based on the life of a successful businessman and his journey, the movie is a classic underdog tale about a man's aspirations. The movie featured Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai in pivotal roles. Credit: Special Arrangement
Guru (2007) - Based on the life of a successful businessman and his journey, the movie is a classic underdog tale about a man's aspirations. The movie featured Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai in pivotal roles. Credit: Special Arrangement
Raavan (2010) - A modern-day adaptation of the Ramayana with a his own twist, Raavan is certainly worth a watch! Credit: Special Arrangement
Raavan (2010) - A modern-day adaptation of the Ramayana with a his own twist, Raavan is certainly worth a watch! Credit: Special Arrangement
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Published 02 June 2023, 11:48 IST

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