Sunday, January 3, 2010

The Reel Man Behind SF

Murthy Garu, undoubtedly, is the one of the most-hard working persons I have met in my life. Hats-off to his unrelenting support and continous guidance throughout the shooting of the film. He never compromised over the duration of shooting, number of takes – he gave us freedom to do as much shooting we need but get the best take.

Here are some of the pics which testify his hard-work, agreement for mutual understanding in the team, and commitment towards work.

He used to listen to each and every bit of description given by me, and plan for the shoot. It greatly helped us in getting the right shots.

It was always a pleasure to work with an experienced professional like Murthy. I just found it smooth to explain him what I want and he used to just do that!

He used to struggle, despite not having enough equipment, but capture the moments from the right angle.

It was discussions like these which helped me improve as a director to capture the emotions from a different perspective.

Unarguably, this pic bears evidence that our piece of work was done with real interest and real commitment. Kudos to Murthy garu.
And you can see him for a few moments in the movie.