Natarajan Subramaniam is a cinematographer turned actor of the Kollywood. At the beginning, of his career, he even worked as a marriage photographer and a videographer. Natarajan decided to quit his school at the age of 18 and neither did he go to college.

He wanted to pursue his interest in photography. It took a long period for him to make a break in the film industry, but he worked as an assistant cinematographer under Vijayalakshmi. Anyways, he decided to stick with documentaries before doing any bigger projects.

He started to receive the acknowledgment after he made the music video of Euphoria’s first album. He worked with Ram Gopal Varma Ram Gopal Varma is a famed Indian film director an >> Read More... Ram Gopal Varma on a film project but eventually nothing happened. He was then recommended to Anurag Kashyap Born on 10th September 1972, Anurag Kashyap has es >> Read More... Anurag Kashyap by Varma, and the pair worked together for three Hindi film projects which were; “Black Friday” (2004), “Paanch” (2003) and “Last Train to Mahakali” (1999). Simultaneously he was working in some Tamil projects like “Youth” (2002- Romantic Comedy).

He was pretty active in his films and yet he worked as a cinematographer in some successful Hindi films like “ Jab We Met Click to look into! >> Read More... Jab We Met ” (2007- staring Shahid Kapoor Shahid Kapoor also identifies as the name Shahid K >> Read More... Shahid Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor), “ Golmaal Returns Click to look into! >> Read More... Golmaal Returns ” (2008- a Rohit Shetty Rohit Shetty is a famous Director in Bollywood who >> Read More... Rohit Shetty film) and “ Raanjhanaa Click to look into! >> Read More... Raanjhanaa ” (2013). After all the success as a cinematographer in Bollywood, Natarajan tried his luck as an actor in low-budget Tamil films. He initially appeared in “Naalai” (2006) and “Chakkara Viyugam” (2008). However, both of the films did not create any impact on the box office but his part as an actor was well acclaimed. Later he did “Milaga” and “Muthukku Muthaaga” which were again not effective. And t hen, he did a film called “Sathuranga Vettai” produced by Manobala and directed by Vinoth. The film became a success at the box office. He played the role of “Gandhi Babu”, and his body and eye language was commendable.