Cinematographer Rammy aka Ramesh Kumar is in the midst of shooting one of the most stimulating projects in his profession. The movie in question is superb director Ram Gopal Varma’s Killing Veerappan, a documentary and drama page-turner, based on Operation Cocoon that led to the assassination of forest gangster Veerappan. It is being remade in Hindi and Kannada with the Kannada Celebrity Shivaraj Kumar in the key role. It is dissimilar from the film Ramesh’s Vana Yuddham. Unlike Vana Yuddham, which also orbited around his life? It has been attempted to wrap every aspect of the process, including the mass media reports and articles told by the police department. It depicted in 80 percent of the flick, says the cameraman, who was in the city lately for a studio at Dr. GR Damodaran College of Science. Rammy tells that filming for the film was a demanding task and was one of the most thought-provoking experiences.

They had to record under tremendously challenging weather circumstances of Yellapur, Hubli, that too within a projected time.Since it was a thick forest, lights would be inadequate inside the forest even in the day. It would be so shady even at 10.30 A.M. in the dawn. And when it rained there, it just decants. So, if the crew had shot a specific act in the rain at a time, they would have to pause for similar situations to be able to shoot the next shot for steadiness. But the inadequate time didn’t give the filmmakers that lavishness. They had to film fast, that too in a narrow time frame. When interrogated if Rammy was concentrating on Bollywood since he did not sign any Tamil flick after his original scheme, pat comes the answer.

After Yaamirukka Bayamey, he got busy with offers in the horror entertainment genre. But he didn’t want to get stereotyped. Now he is associated with talks for an additional movie in Tamil. But before he makes up his mind on doing a scheme, he wants to end all his unfinished projects. Fascinatingly Rammy had grouped up RGV for one more movie called Secret. It’s a psychosomatic thriller and a multilingual in Telugu (MogaiPuvvu) and Hindi (Secret). The picture leads Sachiin Joshi, Meera Chopra, and Kainaat Arora. The flick is anticipated to hit screens just after two months’ time. When asked how the continued relationship with RGV occurred, Rammy answers, RGVs associate and he had operated together, and it was him who said that the world-class director was searching for a cameraman.

M. Sukumar Tamil Actor

M. Sukumar

M. Sukumar was born in Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India. He is a professional cinematographer in the Indian Cinema. He has worked in movies in languages like Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and much more. M. Sukumar’s brother M. Jeevan was a photographer in the Tamil Film Industry. Sukumar began his career in the Tamil Film Industry by helping his brother. The year when he began working was 1995. He was pursuing a course on agriculture in a college when he started to assist his brother Jeevan. Jeevan was appointed to do a photo session in Minsara Kanavu, which was a film directed by R. Menon in the year 1997. M. Sukumar made his debut in the Industry with this movie. He made his debut not as an actor but as an assistant photographer. He continued with this profession in many films, like Minnai in the year 2001, in 2002 he did Samurai, and then in 2002 he did a movie named King. After King, he became a very special friend of the lead actor of the movie, Vikram. His friendship with Vikram paved the way for Sukumar to become a successful cinematographer in the Tamil Film Industry. The actor Vikram appointed Sukumar as the official photographer in his movie. The movies where he worked were Dhool in the year 2003 and Majaa in the year 2005. When the film Kokki was launched in the year 2006, the director of the film P. Solomon wanted to appoint Sukumar as the cinematographer for his film, but Sukumar refused to accept the opportunity. His refusal leads to the fact that his brother Jeevan would now get the opportunity to be the cinematographer. So Jeevan was appointed. However, at the end of the film, Jeevan was busy with some other work, and so Sukumar got the opportunity to complete the shooting of the rest of the film. After the movie Kokki, Sukumar worked for the same director in other movies like Ladaam in 2009, Maina in 2010 and Kumka in the year 2012. The last two films made him very famous. He won some great awards for his work. These awards paved the way for him to work in bigger films having more budget. He worked in films like Man Karate and Niliman Hills, which meant that he was not able to work for P. Solomon in his film Kayal in the year 2012. Later director A. R. Murgadoss appointed him to shoot a scene in the movie Holiday starring Akshay Kumar in the year 2014.

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