Soumik Haldar

Soumik Haldar (born 1st june 1975) is an Indian film cinematographer and photographer known for his works in Bengali cinema, and Bollywood. He is known for his works such as Chander Pahar, Nirbaak, Chotoder Chobi.[1][2]

Soumik Haldar
Born (1975-06-01) 1 June 1975 (age 45)
Kolkata, India
NationalityIndian
Alma materFilm and Television Institute of India, Pune
OccupationCinematographer
Years active2003–present

Early lifeEdit

Haldar fell in love with films while still in school. He followed film news and got to know about Film and Television Institute of India through interviews given by Mithun Chakraborty and Shatrughan Sinha. Haldar told in an interview with The Telegraph (Calcutta) that a Zenith camera taught him how to look at things differently and black-and-white photography helped him to understand the tonal separation. In 1995–96, Halder spent a month watching films at Max Mueller Bhavan. They celebrated 100 years of cinema screening films from the silent era to the present. At FTII, he came in touch with photographer Hari Nair. He took Halder as an assistant while shooting Shool; that was when he felt drawn to the mainstream genre.

As a Film DirectorEdit

Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Films Cast Notes
2020 Ke Tui Bol   Yash Dasgupta, Madhumita Sarkar Svf Upcoming Project,Romantic Film

As a CinematographerEdit

As a Director of PhotographyEdit

  • 2013 Aborto
  • 2012 Hemlock Society
  • 2011 Satrangee Parachute
  • 2011 Mumbai Cutting
  • 2008 Lovesongs: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow
  • 2008 Tolly Lights

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "What makes Chander Pahar's DoP a bad husband and a horrible father?". The Times of India. Retrieved 18 January 2014.
  2. ^ "TOLLYWOOD". The Telegraph (Calcutta). Retrieved 24 December 2011.

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