SRK’s Chennai Express writer & Tamil Film director K Subash is no more

SRK’s Chennai Express writer & Tamil Film director K Subash is no more :- IT’s a big silent in the Bollywood Because of the Tamil movie director and a famous writer for Hindi films “K Subash”, son of R Krishnan passed away today and K Subash breathed his ending on November 23, 2016.



Also, With a splendid involvement in the field of filmmaking, Subash initially began his profession as an assistant director to Mani Ratnam in Naayagan. After the same, he wandered out to direct his own particular movies.

Subash’s first film was Kaliyugam with Prabhu. It was his second film Chatriyan featuring Vijayakanth that picked up him huge prevalence. The cop film was a blockbuster in the cinema world as well as earned him a great deal of gratefulness for coordinating activity arrangements magnificently.

From that point forward, he coordinated a few police dramatization movies, for example, Abhimanyu with Parthiban in the lead part. K Subash’s filmography additionally incorporates, Ayul Kaidhi, Vaakumoolam, and Uthama Purushan, with Pavithra with Ajithkumar, Ninaivirukkum Varai, and Eazhaiyin Sirippil with Prabhu Deva, 123 with Prabhu Deva.

Also, his siblings which were Subash’s last directorial in Tamil. Subsequent to having a fizzled endeavor at wearing the executive’s top in Bollywood, he adhered to composing scripts for the business.

It was Subash, who composed the script for Shah Rukh Khan’s blockbuster, Chennai Express which was coordinated by Rohit Shetty. Akshay Kumar’s late effective group parody, Housefull 3’s script was additionally penned by Subash.

Subhash acted as the chief associate to Bollywood director Raj Kumar Santoshi in various movies and It is considerably depressing to learn that the production both, Tamil and Hindi, has lost such a talented individual and Ideally, his spirit rests in peace.