G. Ramesh

G. Ramesh
Born Ramesh Gandhi
Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Occupation Director of photography

G. Ramesh is an Indian cinematographer and director, who has worked in the Hindi and Tamil film industries.[1]


Ramesh made his debut as a cinematographer with the romantic drama En Uyir Nee Thaane (1998), before working on Prabhu Solomon's Kannodu Kanbathellam (1999) and King (2002) with Vikram. Ramesh has often collaborated with cinematographer Natarajan Subramaniam and has been a part of his Hindi films, canning scenes in Paanch (2005) and Black Friday (2007), as well as in his acting debut Naalai (2006).[2] Other notable films, Ramesh has worked on include the Dhanush-starrers Thiruda Thirudi (2003) and Pudhukottaiyilirundhu Saravanan (2004), as well as the Ajith-starrer Aalwar (2007).[3]

In the 2010s, he moved into film direction and first made Iruvar Ullam starring Vinay, though the film remains unreleased. He then moved on to make the police thriller Kallattam (2016) featuring Nandha and Richard.[4]




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