Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Cinematographer

The Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Cinematographer is given by the state government as part of its annual Tamil Nadu State Film Awards for Tamil (Kollywood) films.

The listEdit

List of winners and nominated work
Year Recipient Work(s)
1968 P. N. Sundaram Uyarndha Manithan
1969 Marcus Bartley Shanti Nilayam
1970 Amirtham Sorgam
1971 No Award
1972 No Award
1973 No Award
1974 No Award
1975 No Award
1976 No Award
1977–78 Babu Kaatriniley Varum Geetham
1978–79  • A. Somasundaram
 • Nallusami, Gnanasekar
 • Tiwary
 • Mathura Geetham
 • Aval Appadithan
 • Azhage Unnai Aarathikkiren
1979–80 B. S. Lokanath Ninaithale Inikkum
1980–81 Ashok Kumar Nenjathai Killathe
1981–82 B. Kannan Alaigal Oivathillai
1982–83 Soumendu Roy Kann Sivanthaal Mann Sivakkum
1984 No Award
1985 No Award
1986 No Award
1987 No Award
1988 Ajayan Vincent Paadatha Thenikkal
1989 Ashok Kumar Andru Peytha Mazhaiyil
1990 Abdul Rahman Kizhakku Vaasal
1991 R. Ragunatha Reddy Azhagan
1992 Santosh Sivan[1] Roja
1993 M. C. Shekhar Walter Vetrivel
1994 Jeeva Kaadhalan
1995 Santosh Sivan[2] Indira
1996 Arthur Wilson[3] Sundara Purushan
1997 Thangar Bachan[4] Kaalamellam Kadhal Vaazhga
1998 Annadurai[5] Unnidathil Ennai Koduthen
1999 Ilavarasu[6] Manam Virumbuthe Unnai
2000 Ananda Kuttan[7] Kannukkul Nilavu
2001 R. Rathnavelu[7] Nandha
2002 Arjun Jena[7] Kadhal Virus
2003 N. K. Ekambaram[8] Iyarkai
2004 B. Kannan[9] Kangalal Kaithu Sei
2005 R. D. Rajasekhar[10] Ghajini
2006 Ravi Varman[11] Vettaiyaadu Vilaiyaadu
2007 Nirav Shah[12] Billa
2008 Arthur Wilson[13] Naan Kadavul
2009 Manoj Paramahamsa[14] Eeram
2010 Santhosh Sivan, V. Manikandan[15] Raavanan
2011 Balasubramaniem[16] 180
2012 M. Sukumar[17] Kumki
2013 Siddharth[18] JK Enum Nanbanin Vaazhkai
2014 Nirav Shah[19] Kaaviya Thalaivan

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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