Birthday: 24-10-1973
Age: 45
Star sign: Scorpio

Sakthi Saravanan is a talented, hard-working, vibrant Indian Tamil and Malayalam film director. The particular contributions of the talented director and writer came in the Tamil movies. He is born in the year on 20 November 1969 in Madurai, Tamil Nadu of the country India. He is an Indian Film Screen Writer and director. He has worked dominantly in Tamil Film industry and keeps coming up with some gratifying work. He is the father of one of the most famous producers of Tamil and Hindi movies, namely Venkat Prabhu and M. Rajesh Directorials, which were his directorial debut.

He is an Indian film director and actor with more than seven years work experience in film writing, film direction, television fiction writing, event direction, reality show direction, creative management, novel writing, cinematic teaching, film making, and short fiction film making. He is a talented creative producer and still had got a lot in him to justify. Being an Indian Tamil Film Director, his specialties are in action, comedy, and drama. Before doing original movies, he worked in several documentaries and short films. This director and producer were so famous that some major directors worked as an assistant director to him.

He started a career as a cinematographer and worked for several 13 films. He has been the cinematographer for many critically acclaimed films such as Chennai 600028, Saroja, Siva Manasula Sakthi, Goa, and Boss Engira Bhaskaran. He also cranked the camera for Venkat Prabhu's Mankatha. He has directed more than six films in different languages like Tamil and Malayalam. Apart from mainstream Tamil cinema, Srinivasan has been credited for leading for a supporting role as an action director and stunt director in a vast number of movies, with the number more than 26 and counting. He is rumored to be working with great artists.

N K Ekambaram Tamil Actor

N K Ekambaram

N. K. Ekambaram is a famous cinematographer. The well-known cinematographer associates with many Bollywood and Southern films. He is mesmerizing his audience, with his work since 2000. He is born on 30th March 1972, in the city of Thiruthuraipoondi in Thiruvarur. The place is close to Tamil Nadu. He gained all of his experience after reaching Chennai. Even after doing B. Tech in IT stream,  he was not at all interested in undertaking an occupation that needs him to sit for 24-hours in front of an idiot-box and do nothing.  That’s why he finally chose to run after his goals. These dreams took him towards becoming one of the most successful cinematographers the industry has ever produced. Apparently, traveling also happens to be his hobbies (who does not want to travel). He learned cinematography from the Film and Television Institute of Tamil Nadu. Thamizhan is one of his first works with which he started his career; it was released in 2002. After that, he worked with many big names and cooperated with them to make his mark. He collaborated with Priyadarshan initially for, Vettam, a Malayalam movie. The picture is remade in Bollywood by the name of, De Dana Dan, starring the Khiladi (Akshay Kumar) himself and Kat (Katrina Kaif). And, lastly Oppam, one of the blockbusters made by him which were released in the year of 2016. Zila Ghaziabad, Shortcut Romeo, etc. are some of his other works. In Tamil, some of his well-known movies are Kaval and Kanthaswamy. Ekambaram, the man behind the camera, likes filming documentary pictures. His latest movie Oppam is a crime-thriller that showcases Jayaraman Mohanlal as a lift operator and porter in an apartment block. He is the most loyal friend of Justice Krishnamoorthy (Venu). He takes care of his daughter, a schoolgirl Nandini (Meenakshi). When the murderers kill Krishnamoorthy, they frame Jayaram. But, he must protect the innocent child from the murderers and prove his innocence before these men get the daughter. Oppam was a massive hit and grossed a total box office collection of over 650 million ($10 million) and made a worldwide grossing of 70 million ($1.1 million). The film became so popular that it’s remade in two other regional languages. In Telugu, it was dubbed and released by the name of Kanupapa on 3rd February 2017 and in Kannada, it was remade by the name of  Kavacha. Looking forward to seeing many more mesmerizing works from N. K. Ekambaram.

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