Bhuvan Srinivasan

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Bhuvan Srinivasan
Born
Alma materLoyola College, Chennai
OccupationFilm editor

Bhuvan Srinivasan is an Indian film editor. Having made his debut with the independent Hindi /English film, Delhi in a Day (2012), Bhuvan has received critical acclaim for his work in films such as Arima Nambi (2014), Demonte Colony (2015) and Imaikkaa Nodigal (2018).

Career[edit]

Bhuvan Srinivasan completed a bachelors in Commerce from Loyola College, Chennai, before doing a diploma in editing and sound design at the LV Prasad Film and Television Academy.[1] Bhuvan Srinivasan worked as an associate editor to Sreekar Prasad for five years and worked on thirty films with the senior editor, including Raavanan (2010), Agent Vinod (2012), Cocktail (2012), Thuppakki (2012) and Kadal (2013) to name a few. He then worked on the independent Hindi film, Delhi in a Day (2012), before being approached by Anand Shankar to edit Arima Nambi (2014).[2] Bhuvan has moved on to work on both critically acclaimed and commercially successful films such as Demonte Colony (2015), Kanithan (2016), Iru Mugan (2016), Kuttram 23 (2016) Imaikkaa Nodigal (2018), Maara (2021), and upcoming Cobra (2021).

Filmography[edit]

dagger Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Title Notes
2012 Delhi in a Day
2014 Arima Nambi
2015 Demonte Colony
2016 Kanithan
Iru Mugan
2017 Kuttram 23
2018 Vidhi Madhi Ultaa
Padaiveeran
Imaikkaa Nodigal
Thuppakki Munai
2019 Kaalidas
Pathinettam Padi Malayalam language
Fingertip Web series on ZEE5 Platform
2020 God Father
Maara Films that have not yet been released Post production
2021 Kaadan Films that have not yet been released Post production
Cobra Films that have not yet been released Filming

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Editors, on the art of editing". The New Indian Express.
  2. ^ "NotFound". Iflicks. Archived from the original on 4 April 2019. Retrieved 24 May 2019.

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