SearchSearch for Movies, Events, Plays, Sports and Activities
Select your region
Sign in
Hamburger Menu
Don Max
Occupation:Director • Editor
Born:November 16, 1980
About
Don Max is an Indian film editor and director who is primarily known for his work in the South Indian film industry. He made his debut as an independent editor in the 2005 crime thriller The Tiger, and has since worked in over 50 films, mostly in Malayalam. Significant film credits in Mollywood include Chotta Mumbai (2007), Hello (2007), Annan Thambi (2008), Thalappavu (2008), Chaappa Kurishu (2011), ABCD: American-Born Confused Desi (2013) and Viswasapoorvam Mansoor (2017). Besides these, he has also worked in a few Tamil, Kannada and Telugu films, notably Kuruvi (2008), Aadhavan (2009), Chaarulatha (2012), Naa Bangaaru Talli (2013) and Jilla (2014). In 2016, Don Max made his directorial debut with the Malayalam thriller film 10 Kalpanakal.
Peers & More
Thampi Antony
Actor
Alphonse Puthren
Director
Renji Panicker
Actor
Martin Prakkat
Writer
Popular Movies
View All
Badal The Manifesto
Alone (Malayalam)
Viswasapoorvam Mansoor
10 Kalpanakal
Naa Bangaaru Talli
ABCD (American-Born Confused Desi)
Ente
Entry (Malayalam)
Prathyayam
Karmayodha (Malayalam)

Privacy Note

By using www.bookmyshow.com(our website), you are fully accepting the Privacy Policy available at https://bookmyshow.com/privacy governing your access to Bookmyshow and provision of services by Bookmyshow to you. If you do not accept terms mentioned in the Privacy Policy, you must not share any of your personal information and immediately exit Bookmyshow.
hut
List your Show
Got a show, event, activity or a great experience? Partner with us & get listed on BookMyShow
Contact today!
bookmyshow
Copyright 2024 © Bigtree Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
The content and images used on this site are copyright protected and copyrights vests with the respective owners. The usage of the content and images on this website is intended to promote the works and no endorsement of the artist shall be implied. Unauthorized use is prohibited and punishable by law.