S. Prabhakaran is a cinematographer and director working in the Tamil film industry. His most known work is his debut film "Sundrapandian". He’s a former associate of M.Sasikumar. He is married to Dhivya. Since his debut in the south, his works have been recognized all over India. The movie, "Sundrapandian" was released in the year 2012 and was critically acclaimed and widely appreciated. He also took over the command of many movies as their director like – "Idhu Kathirvelankadhal" in the year 2014. It was a Telugu film starring Udhayanidhi Stalin and Nayanthara.

The film got negative remarks mainly for its weak storyline and improperly etched out characters. The movie is barely relatable and failed to touch the audience with its emotion. Every scene was so complicated and overly manipulated that eventually, one loses interest . The other movie he worked on was " Seenugadi Love Story" in 2015. He has also worked on " Speedunnodu" which was released on 5th of February 2016. The movie was a well-received action, drama and romance genre film with some comedy.

It stars Bellamkonda Sreenivas and Sonarika Bhadoria in the lead roles and Tamannaah is seen in a cameo. The movie had a good storyline and was accepted by the audience. S.R Prabhakaran is an alumnus of the Film and Television institute of Tamil Nadu. During the year 1996, he has been D.P. for several south Indian films. He specializes in lighting for shows and events throughout India, some which include the extremely popular reality shows like– " Indian Idol", "Jhalak Dikhla Ja", "Filmfare Awards", " Bigg Boss" and so on.

Susheendar Samuel Tamil Actor

Susheendar Samuel

Susheender Samuel is an Indian movie director, who works in the Tamil Film Industry, popularly known as Kollywood. Having completed his Master's in visual communication, Samuel is well versed with the intricacies of direction as well as the technicalities involved while shooting for specific scenes. He started his career by working as an Assistant Director in a few Tamil movies, thereby acquiring the required skills to execute his projects on his own. Susheender rose to fame with his first Tamil movie, NaanagaNaanIlaai (I am what I am not), which was actually a short film, released in 2014. The film was a psycho thriller and was greatly appreciated by critics all over the world. The film was also screened at World Tamil Short Film Festival, and not surprisingly, bagged two awards, including the award for Best Actor (Raaghav), and Best cinematography (Raja Bhattacharjee). Not afraid of experimenting with resources, Samuel used the "black magic cinema camera" to shoot this film, which eventually yielded positive results. He now uses Naanaga NaanIllaias a work sample to exhibit his talents in front of the producers he approaches. His first full-fledged commercial movie MadhiyaalVellis set to release very soon. The film focuses on crimes against women and is based on a true story. Samuel picks up the sensitive subject of hormonal interference to speed up puberty in young girls, a heinous incident that took place in Rajasthan. Starring AjaiPrasath as the hero and Shreya Gupta as the heroine, this bold film is expected to hit the theaters in September 2017. The Women Anthem, a track in the movie, is already creating a buzz in the audiences. The song, as Susheender puts it, is dedicated to the women of India. The cinematography of the film is again taken care of by Raja Bhattacharjee, who also handled it in NaanagaNaanIllai. Samuel, in an interview, reveals that he wishes to work on content-based films, rather than follow the same beaten up track of commercial cinema. Being knowledgeable and creative, he is not afraid to experiment and bring forth fresh content to the audiences. Not afraid of hard work, Samuel gives his hundred percent to all the projects taken up by him. While working onMadhiyaalVell, he injured his knees, but in spite of all problems he faced, he finished the shoot in thirty-seven days.

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P. G. Muthiah

P.G. Muthiah was born in Muthiah Goparatnam Alathudaiyanpatti, Tiruchirapalli, Tamil Nadu in India. He finished his schooling in the year of 1999 and graduated from Sengunthar Higher Secondary School, which was present in the small town of Thuraiyur, Tamil Nadu. This change marked Muthiah’sascension from his small town to the port city of Chennai (Madras), Tamil Nadu, for his pursuit of a Bachelor’s Degree in Visual Communication from the country-famous, acclaimed university, SRM Arts and Science College. Here, the young man attained his degree and graduated in the year 2002. After Muthiah’s college life came to a close, vocational accessibility was a scarcity as there is not much speculation on the different projects that he worked on in that period of time. Soon, however, his entrance into the film industry created a huge exposure for his talent. His earliest documented work to date is his considerable efforts in the making of the 2008 Tamil movie, Poo. This film was a romantic drama wherein Muthiah got the chance to work as a cinematographer beside prestigious personalities like Sasi, who directed the film. Muthiah also worked on several occasions with director R. Kannan, who was acclaimed for his sensational hit, Jayamkondaan. His most credited project with Kanna was in the movie KandenKadhalai, which is a 2009 romantic comedy and a remake of the blockbuster Hindi hit, Jab We Met. Muthiah was married to his maternal cousin in late April of 2010, after which his work took a turn for the better. Realizing that he had many talents, the young cinematographer decided to branch out into other streams of the film industry. In the year 2015, he took up the role of a producer and financed three different Tamil films, all low budget works that were his start-up in the world of movie production. The first was Raja Manthiriwhich is a comedy and romance, released in early 2016, and was directed by Usha Krishnan. Muthiah was impressed by Krishnan’s commitment to the movie and this is the epitome of what spurred him to produce the movie. His other works include another 2016 release titled Marainthirunthu Paarkkum Marmam Enna and a 2017 budget release called Peechankai, and all three films were produced through Muthiah’s own studio, PG Media Works. His career in the film industry did not end there – most recently, Muthiah has entered the role of directing as well and has both directed and produced the 2018 Tamil language based movie titled Madura Veeran. This young man is thus a director, producer, as well as a cinematographer. He has come a long way from the small town boy he grew up as and will continue to surprise audiences with his brilliance and talent.

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