Rajeev Ravi is an Indian cinematographer, film director and film producer. After graduating from the Film and Television Institute of India in 1997, he started his career by assisting in the Malayalam film, Pranayavarnangal (1998). Ravi debuted as an independent cinematographer with the film Chandni Bar (2001) and followed this with Dev.D (2009) which saw him claim the Filmfare Award for Best Cinematography in 2010, That Girl in Yellow Boots (2010) and 2012 APSA Jury Grand Prize winner Gangs of Wasseypur Part 1 and 2 (2012) among others. Ravi has collaborated with director Anurag Kashyap on several feature films in Bollywood.

Accolades

Rajeev Ravi
Best Cinematography, 2013

Rajeev Ravi

Best Cinematography, 2013

Rajeev Ravi

Monsoon Shootout

Rajeev Ravi is an Indian cinematographer, film director and film producer. After graduating from the Film and Television Institute of India in 1997, he started his…

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Films

Dev. D
2009

Dev. D

India
2009

Dev. D

The film is divided into three parts from the view of characters: Dev (Abhay Deol), the son of a rich businessman, is an insecure narcissist.…

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Monsoon Shootout
2013

Monsoon Shootout

India, United Kingdom, Netherlands
2013

Monsoon Shootout

As heavy rains lash Mumbai, a cop on his first assignment faces a life altering decision when he must decide to shoot or not. Each…

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