Bollywood cinematographers work in a number of films at the same time and they are taking Bollywood films to the next level of videography. Earlier the Bollywood film directors chose to hire foreign cinematographers to generate more outcome from their investment. But now technology has opened new ways to use Indian talent in the cinematography. These cinematographers in India work as the head of the video production of the films and make every single opportunity effortless to please the film director. Today in this post we are going to make you aware of some top-class cinematographers who have helped in increasing the demand of Bollywood films in foreign countries as well.
He is an Indian cinematographer, popular for presenting realistic picturization and poetic framing sense in the films. Ravi Varman started his career from Malayalam films and established his name in South Indian film industry. In Bollywood films, he has worked in a number of films as a cinematographer. Few films where he worked are Anniyan (2005), Vakkalathu Narayanankutty (2001), Barfi (2012), Tamasha (2015), Kaatru Veliyidai (2017) and more. Ravi Verman is the first choice of Hindi film directors for making cultural and romantic genre movies. He is one of the highest earners in Bollywood as a cinematographer.
He is another Indian cinematographer who is famous for his Hindi films. He parted from his engineering course and started pursuing cinematography at the Films and Television Institute of India, Pune. Sudeep made his debut in Bollywood as a director in “Road”. Later he became part of many superhit films including Chak De! India (2007), Baby (2015), Bajirao Mastani (2015), Padmaavat (2018) and more. He is also among the highest-paid cinematographer in Bollywood. Read more about video production techniques of the 21st century.
Anil Mehta is not only a professional cinematographer but has also worked as a writer and director in many Bollywood films. Like other Indian cinematographers, Anil Mehta also studied cinematography at the Film and Television Institute of India. He has worked in many blockbuster films such as The Musical (1996), Lagaan (2001), Saathiya (2002) and Veer-Zaara (2004). In 1999, he won the National Film Award for best cinematography for the film Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam (1999).