An Indian filmmaker, director, and screenwriter. His prominent works include Andhadhun. Badlapur, Agent Vinod and honored with Filmfare and two National Film Awards.
Sriram Raghavan (born 22 June 1963) is an Indian film director and screenwriter who works in Hindi cinema. He is primarily considered an auteur of neo-noir action thrillers. Raghavan made his directorial debut with Ek Hasina Thi (2004). He then went on to direct the critically acclaimed Johnny Gaddaar (2007), an adaptation of the 1963 French movie Symphonie Pour Un Massacre (The Corrupt) by Jacques Deray; followed by the action spy film Agent Vinod (2012) starring Saif Ali Khan; a critical and commercial failure. Raghavan’s followup Badlapur (2015), a film based on Death’s Dark Abyss by Massimo Carlotto met with positive reviews and was a moderate commercial success at the box office.