Gautham Raju is a senior editor in the Telugu film industry. He was born on 15 January 1954 at Madras. His career in film editing started with Dekh Khabar Rakh Nazar in 1982 and since then he has reigned as the finest editor in the industry. He has had almost 110 films in his kitty and has a shining career of more than 28 years. Gautham’s earliest films include Karu Diddina Kapuram, Prem Samrat, Kartavyam. Spanning from 1982 to recent times, he has worked with almost all reputed directors and cinematographers in the industry.

His work in the films Tagore, Political Rowdy, Annavaram, Ashok, Ek Niranjan Click to look into! >> Read More... Ek Niranjan has earned him praises. In 2002, Gautham won the Nandi award for his editing in the film Aadi Actor Aadi is an Indian film actor worked in Telug >> Read More... Aadi . The film features Jr.Ntr in the main role and is directed by Vinayaka.

Owing to its popularity, the film was later remade in Tamil and Bengali. It made a huge profit and was therefore dubbed in Hindi as well and presented to the audience. The recent movies of Gautham are Kick 2, Gopala Gopala Click to look into! >> Read More... Gopala Gopala , Ramayya Vastavayya, which were all later remade into other linguistic films. The films which earned him critical acclaim are Thalapathi, Gabbar Singh Click to look into! >> Read More... Gabbar Singh and Race Gurram Click to look into! >> Read More... Race Gurram among many others. In the words of the industry folk, he provides that perfect cut to wow the audience.

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Gautham Raju is a versatile personality. He was born on the 15th Day of January 1954 in Chennai, India. He is a Film Editor. He has contributed over four decades to the Indian Cinema. With his first film editing project in the year 1982 titled “Dekh Khabar Rakh Nazar,” he has come a long way. His latest film is “ Dictator Click to look into! >> Read More... Dictator ”, which got released in the year 2016. Along the way, he has won the Nandi Award for the Best Editor for the flick “Aadi” in 2002.

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