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Govind Nihalani is an Indian film director, cinematographer, screenwriter and producer, known for his works in Hindi cinema. He has been the recipient of six National Film Awards, and five Bollywood Filmfare Awards. In 1996, his script for Drohkaal was adapted by Kamal Hassan for its Tamil remake, Kuruthipunal, which subsequently became India's official entry for the 68th Academy Awards Best Foreign Language Film category.
December 19, 1940, Karachi, British India
1971 Silence! The Court Is in SessionAssistant Director and Producer 1973 KaaduCinematography 1974 AnkurCinematography 1976 ManthanCinematography 1980 Cry of the WoundedDirector and Cinematography 1982 The VictorWriter, Director, and Director of Photography 1983 Half TruthDirector 1984 PartyDirector of Photography and Director 1985 HarmDirector 1990 VisionDirector 1994 Times Of TreasonCinematography, Writer, and Director 1996 KuruthipunalWriter 1996 The AmendmentDirector 1998 Mother Of 1084Producer, Screenplay, Cinematography, and Director 2004 DevWriter, Director, Cinematography, and ProducerLimited to the 15 most popular items