K. V. Guhan

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K.V. Guhan
Born (1972-04-26) 26 April 1972 (age 47)
Alma materFTII
Occupation

K. V. Guhan (Tamil: கு.வே. குகன்) is an Indian cinematographer from Chennai, India.[1] [2] Guhan is the younger brother of the Tamil film director Saran. He worked twice with the director Radha Mohan for notable films in Tamil cinema, Mozhi and Payanam. He was lauded for his cinematography in Athadu, Mozhi, Dookudu, Baadshah and Aagadu. He directed Inidhu Inidhu for Prakash Raj's Duet Movies. He worked as an assistant under cinematographer P. C. Sreeram. In 2011, he worked on Dookudu.

Filmography[edit]

Film Year Director Cinematographer Notes Ref.
Kushi 2003 No Yes Hindi
Naani 2004 No Yes Telugu
New 2004 No Yes Tamil
Athadu 2005 No Yes Telugu
Aarya 2006 No Yes Tamil
Mozhi 2007 No Yes Tamil
Muni 2007 No Yes Tamil
Jalsa 2008 No Yes Telugu
Velli Thirai 2008 No Yes Tamil
Inidhu Inidhu 2010 Yes Yes Tamil
Payanam/Gaganam 2011 No Yes Tamil
Telugu
Bilingual
Dookudu 2011 No Yes Telugu
Dhoni 2011 No Yes Telugu
Tamil
Bilingual
Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu 2013 No Yes Telugu
Baadshah 2013 No Yes Telugu
Aagadu 2014 No Yes Telugu
Bangalore Naatkal 2016 No Yes Tamil
Thikka 2016 No Yes Telugu
Mister 2017 No Yes Telugu
Jawaan 2017 No Yes Telugu
118 2019 Yes Yes Telugu
Market Raja MBBS 2019 No Yes Tamil

References[edit]

  1. ^ "K.V. Guhan".[better source needed]
  2. ^ http://www.jointscene.com/artists/Kollywood/K.V._Guhan/2787

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