Rajeev Ravi is an Indian cinematographer, director, and producer from Kochi, Kerala. He's best known for his Hindi and Malayalam films. After graduating from Film and Television Institute of India, Pune in 1997, he started his career by assisting in the Malayalam film, Pranayavarnangal (1998) shot by Santosh Thundiyil. He debuted as an independent cinematographer with the film Chandni Bar (2001) directed by Madhur Bhandarkar. Ravi is known for his collaboration with director Anurag Kashyap. They have collaborated in several commercial and art films in Hindi cinema. In 2012, he co-produced the Hindi feature film ID. The film premiered in the Busan International Film Festival in South Korea. Ravi won the 2010 Filmfare Award for Best Cinematography for Anurag Kashyap's Dev.D. In 2013, he received the National Film Award for Best Cinematography for Liar's Dice directed by his wife Geetu Mohandas.
|Alma mater||Film and Television Institute of India, Pune|
|Years active||1998 - present|
|Awards||National Film Award for Best Cinematography (2013)|
Rajeev made his debut as a director with the Malayalam film Annayum Rasoolum (2013). Rajeev Ravi's second feature film, Njan Steve Lopez was released in 2014. In March 2016, Ravi completed filming of Kammatipaadam, starring Dulquer Salman, which was released on 20 May 2016.
|2014||National Film Award for Best Cinematography||Liar's Dice|
|2010||Best Cinematography||Dev D|
|2003||The Bypass||Silent||Short film.|
|Dev.D||Hindi||Won Filmfare Award for Best Cinematography|
|2011||That Girl in Yellow Boots||Hindi & English|
|Gangs of Wasseypur - Part 1||Hindi|
|Gangs of Wasseypur - Part 2||Hindi|
|2013||Bombay Talkies||Hindi & English||Segment - Murabba|
|5 Sundarikal||Malayalam||Segment - Gauri|
|2014||Liar's Dice||Hindi||Won National Film Award for Best Cinematography|
|2018||Naa Peru Surya, Naa Illu India||Telugu|
|1||2013||Annayum Rasoolum||Fahadh Faasil , Sunny Wayne||Malayalam||Debut film|
|2||2014||Njan Steve Lopez||Farhaan Faasil, Ahaana Krishna, Alencier Ley Lopez||Malayalam|
|3||2016||Kammatti Paadam||Dulquer Salmaan, Vinayakan, Shaun Romy, Manikandan R. Achari||Malayalam|||
|4||2020||Thuramukham (2020 film)||Nivin Pauly, Indrajith Sukumaran, Nimisha Sajayan, Joju George, Arjun Ashokan||Malayalam||Post-production|
|5||2020||Kuttavum Sikshayum||Asif Ali, Sunny Wayne||Malayalam||Filming |
- ID (2013) - Hindi
- Kismath (2016) - Malayalam
- Eeda (2018) - Malayalam
- Aabhaasam (2018)- Malayalam
- Moothon (2019)- Malayalam/Hindi
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