Rajesh Yadav who was born on 17th of December in the year 1969 is a cinematographer from India who works in the southern film industry. He is currently 47 years of age. He is a cinematographer and an actor as well. He came in the film industry in the year 2009. His debut film name was
which is a Tamil movie. He became popular for his movies like Pokkisham, Thilagar, Sillunu Oru Sandhippu, etc.
Rajesh Yadav’s hometown is Chennai. As a cinematographer, he has worked in many films, and the films like Pokkisham and Lee became popular for its cinematography. He has done many films like Ee Abbai Chala Manchodu which was released in the year 2003. It was a Telugu movie directed by Agathiyan. The other films were Ramakrishna in the year 2004- a Tamil movie directed by Agathiyan as well, Mazhai in the year 2005 directed by
, Lee in the year 2007 directed by
, and many more.
He has also worked as a cinematographer in the movie named “Chennai 600028 II Innings.” Rajesh was chosen to handle the camera in the movie named “Unnai Charanadaindhen” starring
in the lead role. But later on, Rajesh got replaced by
. The movie named “Chennai 600028 II Innings” was the sequel to its first part and all the actors of the first part were retained in the film with some more additions. An actor named “Vaibhav” who has done his debut in the movie named “Saroja” with Venkat Prabhu was also the part of this sequel. The plot of the film was that most of the characters were settled in their married lives and it dealt with the life of its lead actors in the early thirties. The film was produced under the banner of “Black Ticket Company” and hit the theaters on 8th of December in the year 2016 and was a success.
Rajesh Yadav has won many Awards and got nominated as well. He was honored with Special Jury Award in the category of Best Cinematography from the movie named “Pokkisham” at in 7th Chennai International Film Festival. He has also achieved Kalaignar TV Award in the category of Best Cinematography and was nominated for Vijay Award in the category of Best Cinematography as well.