Arthur A Wilson is a professional and established cinematographer in the south Indian industry. He is well known for his works in the movies Anbe Sivam, Naan Kadavul, and many more projects. Arthur A Wilson has been part of many films in the Tamil movie industry. Arthur A Wilson was born on 7th of July in the year 1983. He was born in the United Kingdom, and then he moved to Chennai where he started his career as a cinematographer. Arthur A Wilson has worked in many film industries including, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and even Hindi. He first started his career as a cinematographer with the movie V. I. P. which was directed by film director D. Sabhapathi and has actors Abbas, Fathima Babu and S. S. Chandran in lead roles.

This Tamil film was released in the year 1997 and it was produced by Kalaippuli International. Arthur A Wilson has been active in his field since he started and has been part of movies almost every year. He was the cinematographer and the director of photography of more than twenty films within a span of twenty-one years. The skills and uniqueness of Arthur A Wilson have qualified him to enter the list of top 20 cinematographers in the Tamil industry published by the movie review website Behindwoods. One of the earlier movies that made people talk about Arthur A Wilson and recognize him is Anbe Sivam which hit the theatres in the year 2003 with Kamal Hassan and Madhavan in the lead roles.

Other projects are Naan Kadavul which was released in the big screens in the year 2009 starring actor Arya and actress Pooja., Imsai Arasan 23 M Pulikesi which came in cinemas in the year 2006 starring comedy actor Vadivel and some more. Some of the Telugu movies in which Arthur A Wilson was the director of photography are Untitled RC 12 which got released in the year 2018, Sardaar Gabbar Singh in the year 2016, Power which came in the year 2014, Tadakha which hit the theatres in the year 2013, Dhammu in the year 2012 and many such films. Arthur A Wilson is said to be the strength of every actor he films as most of them say that he is the one who enhances the portrayal of the visuals. He is well appreciated for his style of filming that can to compared to Bollywood and Hollywood projects but within the south Indian budget.

Bharani K Dharan Telugu Actor

Bharani K Dharan

Bharani K. Dharan is a cinematographer in the South Indian movie industry. He is known for his work in Telugu movie industry and Malayalam movie industry. He also did a Kannada film ‘Ramleela’ which released in 2015. He is a relatively famous cinematographer and has earned himself a name within the industry circles. Beginning his career with ‘Pranam’, a 2003 romantic movie dealing with incarnations, there was no looking back. Though the story of incarnations has been done to death in almost all of Indian film industry, the movie was applauded for the fresh way the story and movie looked. He is known for films like ‘Dubai Seenu’, ‘Pranam’, ‘Devadasu’, ‘D-Company’. This ace cinematographer has worked with industry giants like Mammootty and Suresh Gopi in ‘The King & the Commissioner’ , Fahadh Faasil in ‘D- Company’, Ileana De Cruz in ‘Devadasu’, Allari Naresh in ‘Yamaho Yama’, Ravi Teja in ‘Dubai Seenu’, Jagapathi Babu in ‘Homam’, ‘Siddham’ and ‘Hitudu’, etc. The list of projects he has worked on in Tollywood includes ‘Pranam’, ‘Dubai Seenu’, ‘Devadasu’, ‘Yamaho Yama’, ‘Money, money, more money’, ‘Maa Nanna Chiranjeevi’(remake of ‘The Pursuit of Happiness’), Homam(influenced by ‘The Departed’), ‘Manasu Palike Mouna Raagam’, ‘Siddham’, ‘Hello Premistara’, ‘Bham Bolenath’, ‘Yogam’, ‘Bhadadri’, ‘Police Police’, ‘Veedhi: The Street’, ‘Hitudu’. His work in Mollywood includes ‘Puthiya Mugham’, ‘D- Company’, ‘Hero’, ‘Lucky Jokers’, ‘SIM: Sorry I’m Mad’, ‘Chaverpada’, ‘The Thriller’, ‘Sathya’, ‘Dolphins’, ‘London Dreams’, ‘The King & the Commissioner’. Bharani K. Dharan grew up in Chennai and frequents between Chennai, Hyderabad and Kerala for work. He can read Tamil but his work isn’t much known in the Tamil movie industry- Kollywood. He is a part of the ‘South-Indian Cinematographers Association’ (SICA). He has utilized his skills and genius and has done versatile movies spanning genres like romance, political thrillers, fantasy, thrillers and gangster movies. The same camera that captured the innocence of actresses has covered a host of gangster movies and crime movies. Like this one scene in ‘Manasu Palike Mouna Raagam’ wherein, Sneha’s face is tilted slightly to the left, holding a white calf, with patches of black, with the backdrop of a field. You could feel the gentle breeze hitting you while you get lost in the swirls of the heroine’s eyes. Now, contrast this to his gory movie ‘Veedhi: The Street’ where he doesn’t try to shy away from violence- he openly embraces it. The gory action sequences with blood splashing everywhere and severed heads tell you he doesn’t care to appeal to the audience but to shock them out of their seats. The surge of energy as he focuses his camera on the hero doesn’t even need mentioning. He is a unique blend of talent and expertise. Whether you like the film or not, you just can’t point fingers at the cinematography. That man knows what he does.