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Vettri

Vettri

Conocido por: Camera · Género: Hombre · Lugar de nacimiento: Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India

13 Películas

También conocido como: Vetri Palanisamy · Vetri Pazhanisamy · Vetri Pazhanisami · Vetri Pazhanisaamy · Vetri Pazhanisaami · Vetri Palanisaami · Vetri

Biografía

Vetri Palanisamy is an Indian cinematographer who primarily works in Tamil and Telugu film industries. He is an alumnus of Film and Television Institute of Tamil Nadu, Chennai. He is known for his work in films such as Souryam, Muni 2: Kanchana, Veeram and Vedalam.

Carrera profesional

After completing the Diploma in film Technology in Cinematography Vetri started assisting with Cinematographer S. Saravanan in the films like Aahaa..!, Auto Driver, Sangamam, Oruvan, Vallarasu, Maayi. Vetri made his debut as a cinematographer in the film Agaram and then he got a break with the action drama film Thenavattu (2008), before working on the comedy Maasilamani (2009) and the successful horror film, Muni 2: Kanchana (2011) with Raghava Lawrence. Vetri has often collaborated with director Siva and has been a part of his Telugu films, souryam(2008) Sankham (2009) and Daruvu (2012), as well as his Tamil films with Ajith Kumar, Veeram(2014), Vedalam(2015) and Vivegam(2017). The pair had earlier studied together at Adyar Film Institute.

Início de Vida

After completing the Diploma in film Technology in Cinematography Vetri started assisting with Cinematographer S. Saravanan in the films like Aahaa..!, Auto Driver, Sangamam, Oruvan, Vallarasu, Maayi. Vetri made his debut as a cinematographer in the film Agaram and then he got a break with the action drama film Thenavattu (2008), before working on the comedy Maasilamani (2009) and the successful horror film, Muni 2: Kanchana (2011) with Raghava Lawrence. Vetri has often collaborated with director Siva and has been a part of his Telugu films, souryam(2008) Sankham (2009) and Daruvu (2012), as well as his Tamil films with Ajith Kumar, Veeram(2014), Vedalam(2015) and Vivegam(2017). The pair had earlier studied together at Adyar Film Institute.

Películas y Series de TV

2020.

1 Película

2019.

3 Películas

2017.

2 Películas

2015.

1 Película

2014.

1 Película

2012.

1 Película

2011.

2 Películas

2009.

1 Película

2008.

1 Película
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