Naveen (director)

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Naveen.M
ResidenceChennai, Tamil Nadu
OccupationFilm Director, Producer, Screenwriter, Actor
Years active2013–present
Spouse(s)Sindhu

Naveen. is an Indian screen writer, film director and producer, who works in the Tamil film industry. Naveen made his directorial debut with the critically acclaimed Moodar Koodam in 2013. He produces films under his production company, White Shadows Productions.[1][2]

Beginnings[edit]

Naveen was born in Kavundapadi in Erode District. He is a Periyarist. He began his career as an engineer and worked in EID Parry and Glaxo Smithkline, Delhi. Later, Naveen joined Chimbudevan as an assistant director and worked in films like Imsai Arasan 23-aam Pulikesi. He worked as an associate director for Pandiraj's national award-winning film Pasanga.

Career[edit]

Naveen began his film career as writer, director, and producer with his first movie, Moodar Koodam. When Naveen narrated the script of Moodar Koodam to producers, many rejected, some wanted corrections and many questioned the narrative style. So he decided to produce the film on his own and launched White Shadows Productions. Director Pandiraj (of Pasanga movie fame) distributed the movie through his production house. Moodar Koodam was critically acclaimed and Naveen was appreciated for his screenplay, direction, and dialogues, winning the Best Dialogues award at the 8th Annual Vijay TV Awards. Naveen is currently producing Kolanji. Kolanji has a multi-cast ensemble, including Samuthirakani and Sanghavi.

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Director Producer Writer Notes
2013 Moodar Koodam Yes Yes Yes Best Dialogues award at the 8th Star Vijay TV Awards
TBA Agni Siragugal No Yes Yes filming
TBA Kolanji No Yes Yes Post Production
TBA Alaudhinin Arputha Camera Yes Yes Yes [3]

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Nominations[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Samuthirakani in Naveen's next venture". Times of India. 30 Jan 2015. Retrieved 22 May 2016.
  2. ^ "Rich in content". The Hindu. 19 Nov 2015. Retrieved 22 May 2016.
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