I E Babu Kumar is a cinematographer in the Tamil film industry. He did his schooling at St. Joseph’s School in his hometown in Cuddalore in 1994. He took Master of Science in Physics at the Loyola College in Chennai in the year 2000. He is the director of photography in Shiv Mohaa’s 2016 fantasy horror film, Zero. Babu also worked as an assistant cameraman in films like Vishwa Thulasi (2004), Naalai (2006), Pachaikili Muthucharam (2007), Aalwar (2007), Kulir 100° (2009), etc. Besides working as a cinematographer, Babu Kumar is also a film actor and assistant director of the 1993 Bollywood film, Sahibaan.

Previously, he has worked as the assistant director of Baseraa (1981), Sawaal (1982), Duniya (1984), Zamana (1985), Sahibaan (1993), Hum Dono Hum Dono is a story that revolves around the lives >> Read More... (1995), and Laawaris (1999). He bagged a role in Rajiv Rai’s 1989 action thriller film, Tridev. Babu also acted as the son of Satyendra Kapoor in Yash Chopra Film maker Yash Chopra is recognized as the ‘king >> Read More... ’s 1979 disaster drama film, Kaala Patthar. He made performances in Manmohan Krishna’s Noorie (1979) and Ramesh Talwar’s Doosra Aadmi (1977). Yash Chopra produced both films. In 1980, Babu also worked as an assistant editor for Saeed Akhtar Mirza’s 1980 Bollywood film, Albert Pinto Ko Gussa Kyoon Aata Hai.

Bharani Kannan Tamil Actor

Bharani Kannan

Bharani Kannan is a cinematographer in Indian cinema, and he currently works for Hindi, Marathi, and Punjabi cinema. He was associated with a Marathi movie ‘Miss Match’ (2014) which was a romantic comedy drama directed by Girish Vasaikar. This film made a clean sweep at the box office, and even the audience claimed this movie to be a perfect 'Marathi Karan Johar' movie. The movie was released both In Karnataka and Maharashtra and received a better response from the critics. The film is aimed at youngsters, with their unusual vision towards marriage. The cinematography of the movie was marvelous. As a chief over the camera crews when Bharani Kannan was working on this project he made some artistic and technical decisions related to framing, lighting and as well make up of the artist. Even he had to take the film forward which was dependent on lighting, camera, sound, and set. The cinematographer brought a new freshness in the movie and conceptualized the whole set of the movie under his lens to attract the sense of the younger generation. Bharani Kannan has a passion towards cinematography and can understand the theme well which he had shown with the successful movie ‘Miss Match.' His efforts were truly acknowledged as the flick managed well at the box office. Earlier in the year 2013, he was associated with a low-budget movie ‘The Unsound’ which was directed by Alok Shrivastav. The film was a failure in all departments and hence one could not acknowledge even the cinematography aspect of the movie with right sense. In the year 2015, Bharani was associated as a cinematographer for a Punjabi movie ‘What The Jatt!!’ the film tells the story of a Punjabi lad who dreams to become an actor. This was also a low budget movie and the cinematographer Bharani Kannan contribution was noteworthy as he showed village and even city atmosphere under his camera lens. Bharani knows about the lighting techniques and has the ability to tell stories through visual images which he proved in movie ‘Miss Match’ and ‘What The Jatt!!’.


S Lokanathan

S Lokanathan also known as Loganathan Srinivasan is an Indian cinematographer. He has worked as a cinematographer, for a various movies in the Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, and Tamil film industry. He is famous for his work in movies like Ustad Hotel, Thirumanam Ennum Nikkah, Bhagavan, Annan Thambi and much more. He started his career first working in Telugu films, Loganathan shot for two movies featuring Allari Naresh, before getting more work in the Malayalam cinema industries. He first gave his contribution for the Telugu movie Allari. The film was directed and produced by Ravi Babu under the banner of Flying Frogs. The movie featured Naresh and Swetha Agrawal in the leading roles. The movie became a huge sensation on its release and initiated the trend for new age romantic and comedy love stories. The movie was further remade in the Tamil language as Kurumbu. In 2006 he worked as a cinematographer in a Malayalam movie named Moonnamathoral. The movie was a suspense thriller, shot originally at Peerumedu in Kerala starring Jayaram and Jyothirmayi in the leading roles. The plot of the picture was based on two growing girls Anupama and Rahel both serving as nurses in a hospital and living at a Krishnapuram soon unusual stuff start appearing with the two of them. The second half of the film follows when a police and his wife who is a story writer start living in the ancient palace. Soon the wife gets owned by the spirits staying there and an inquiry is done by (Jayaram) the man leading him into the strange shady past of the cottage, releasing a neglected history, thus leading to a shocking  understanding of who the "third someone" is. The film was noted for being the original high-definition (HD) movie to be digitally given to theatres through satellite. In 2008 he worked for the movie Annan Thambi directed by Anwar Rasheed. The movie featured Gopika, Mammootty, and Lakshmi Rai. His one of the best work till date is considered for the 2012 Malayalam movie Ustad Hotel. The film was directed by Anwar Rasheed, penned by Anjali Menon and presented by Listin Stephen under Magic Frames and was given by Central Pictures. The film stars Dulquer Salmaan, Siddique, Thilakan, Nithya Menen, Mamukkoya, and Lena Abhilash, with Jishnu and Asif Ali in a special appearance. In 2014 he worked with the Yash Raj Films banner for the Tamil movie Aaha Kalyanam, in the same year he shot for the film Thirumanam Ennum Nikkah and later for Vaaliba Raja in 2016. His other filmography includes Kurukshetra by Major Ravi which was based on war, Thotti Gang, Spanish Masala, Aha Naa Pellanta and much more.

S Lokanathan Tamil Actor