Rasool Ellore

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Rasool Ellore
Born (1964-10-08) 8 October 1964 (age 55)
Spouse(s)Jahnavi Ellore

Rasool Ellore Reddy (born 8 October 1964), also known as Rasool, is an Indian cinematographer, screenwriter, and director known for his works in Telugu cinema, and bollywood.[1][2] He is the brother-in-law of noted cinematographer S. Gopal Reddy. He is known for his works in films such as Gaayam, Gulabi, Chitram, and others. He made his debut as a director with the romantic comedy, Okariki Okaru. He has garnered three state Nandi Awards.[3]



Year Title Role Other notes
2018 Ammammagarillu Cinematographer
2015 Vinavayya Ramayya Cinematographer
2015 Shivam Cinematographer
2012 Neeku Naaku Dash Dash Cinematographer
2011 Oosaravelli Cinematographer
2009 Kick Cinematographer
2008 Sangamam Director
2008 Jalsa Cinematographer
2005 Bhageeratha Director, Writer
2003 Okariki Okaru Debut film as Director
2001 Nuvvu Nenu Cinematographer
2001 Family Circus Cinematographer
2000 Chitram Cinematographer
1996 Little Soldiers Cinematographer
1996 Gulabi Cinematographer
1995 Money Money Cinematographer
1993 Gaayam Cinematographer
1989 Shiva Cinematographer and Electrical Department


Year Title Role Other notes
2002 Junoon Cinematographer
1998 Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya Cinematographer
1997 Daud: Fun on the Run Cinematographer
1992 Raat Cinematographer Steadicam Operator
1988 Khatron Ke Khiladi Assistant Cameraman
1986 Aakhree Raasta Assistant Cameraman


Year Title Role Other notes
2002 Crocodile 2: Death Swamp


Nandi Awards


  1. ^ "Rasool Ellore - Telugu Cinema interview - Telugu film cinematographer and director".
  2. ^ Krishnamoorthy, Suresh. "Family-entertainer with dollops of comedy".
  3. ^ hynbu. "The Hindu : Andhra Pradesh / Visakhapatnam News : All the action is for a bridge".

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