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The man who shot Sivaji

Working as a technician

Any technician would love to work in a big film like Sivaji because you get to shoot on a grand scale.

Small budget films are not hero oriented so you get to experiment a lot.

In my career, I have always been alternating between small and big films. I started with Priyadarshan's Thenmavin Kombathu, a small budget film shot in 32 days. My third film Kadal Desam (Tabu, Vineeth and Abbas) was for Kunjumon where he had created a set for one and a half crore and each shot had 200 to 300 junior artistes. It was a very big film.

After that, I didn't accept the big Telugu offers but shot Nerukku Ner, a medium budget film by Vasanth starring Surya. After that I did Josh, a big film with big sets with Shah Rukh and Aishwarya Rai. Next was Susie Ganesan's first film Virumbukiren and then Shankar's Mudalvan.

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