G Srinivasan was 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 was conceived on 23 September 1958 in Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu. He died on 27 May 2007. He was an Indian Film Screen Writer and a director. He has worked dominantly worked in Tamil Film industry and keeps coming up with some gratifying work. He founded the independent production company namely Madras Talkies, with his own elder brother, the director, and screenwriter
He was the father of one of the most famous producers of Tamil and Hindi movies, namely Iruvar (1997), Kannathil Muthamittal (2002), Aayitha Ezhuthu (2004), Yuva (2004), He was an Indian film director and TV professional with more than 17 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. A film of his, namely Guru, which was released in 2007 was nominated for Apsara award and Popular award in 2008. He was a talented creative producer and still has got a lot in him to justify. Being an Indian Tamil Film Director, his specialties are in action 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 has directed more than six films in different languages like Tamil and Malayalam. He was the brother of the film director namely Mani Ratnam and film producer G Venkateswaran. Srinivasan G has worked in all-time favorite movies like Indra Sena, Annadurai. Srinivasan G's last film to hit the theatres was Indra Sena in the year 2017. He is supervised by his daughters - Shreya and twins Divya and Akshaya and his wife, Sandhya.
Apart from mainstream Tamil cinema, Srinivasan has been credited for leading a large number of TV shows. Srinivasan died in an accident while he was trekking on a tourist resort in Manali along with his wife and his elder daughter on a sad Sunday, 27 May 2007. Srinivasan accidentally slipped and fell into a 100-foot-deep gorge. The world was not at ease on his unauspicious, unfateful death ay the age of 73 in the year 2007. This was seen as an event of grief.