Shyju Khalid

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Shyju Khalid
Born
Shyju Khalid

OccupationCinematographer, director, producer
Years active2011–present

Shyju Khalid is an Indian cinematographer, film director, and producer who works in Malayalam films.[1][2][3] Shyju Khalid made his debut as cinematographer with Traffic (2011). His notable works are 22 Female Kottayam (2012), Idukki Gold (2013), Maheshinte Prathikaaram (2016), Traffic (2011), 5 Sundarikal (2013), Sudani From Nigeria (2018), Ee.Ma.Yau (2018) and Kumbalangi Nights (2019).

Career[edit]

In 2011, director Aashiq Abu suggested him as a cinematographer to Rajesh Pillai directed Traffic. His work received recognition through the film. His second film, Salt N' Pepper (2011) was directed by Aashiq Abu. In 2012 he again worked with Abu in 22 Female Kottayam. Khalid directed a segment in the anthology film 5 Sundarikal in 2013. He has also co-produced the films Chandrettan Evideya Kali and Sudani from Nigeria under the banners Handmade Films and Happy Hours Entertainment.

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Credits Language Notes
2011 Traffic Cinematographer Malayalam Directed By Rajesh Pillai
2011 Salt N' Pepper Cinematographer Malayalam Directed by Ashiq abu
2011 Karma Code Cinematographer Malayalam
2012 22 Female Kottayam Cinematographer Malayalam Directed by Ashiq abu
2012 Da Thadiya Cinematographer Malayalam Directed by Ashiq abu
2013 5 Sundarikal Director Malayalam Segment - Sethulakshmi;
Debut work as Director
2013 Idukki Gold Cinematographer Malayalam Directed by Ashiq abu
2015 Chandrettan Evideya Cinematographer and Producer Malayalam Directed by Sidharth Bharathan
2016 Maheshinte Prathikaaram Cinematographer Malayalam Directed by Dileesh Pothan
2016 Kali producer Malayalam Directed by Sameer Thahir
2018 Ee.Ma.Yau Cinematographer Malayalam Directed by Lijo
2018 Sudani From Nigeria Cinematographer, Producer Malayalam Directed by Zakariya Mohammed
2019 Kumbalangi Nights Cinematographer Malayalam Directed by Madhu C Narayanan
2019 Virus Additional Cinematographer[4] Malayalam Directed by Aashiq Abu
2019 Thamaasha Producer Malayalam Directed by Ashraf Hamza
2020 Anjaam Pathiraa Cinematographer Malayalam Directed by Midhun Manuel Thomas

References[edit]

  1. ^ "'Shot at direction". The Hindu.
  2. ^ "A matter of perception: Interview with Shyju Khalid". fullpicture.in. Retrieved 22 June 2018.
  3. ^ "When the hero sank in 'Sudani from Nigeria'". The New Indian Express. Retrieved 22 June 2018.
  4. ^ https://www.cinemaexpress.com/stories/interviews/2019/jun/11/doing-virus-felt-like-doing-a-medical-crash-course-aashiq-abu-12216.html

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